Seagull Yak 54 ARF
Seagull Yak 54 ARF

Seagull Yak 54 ARF

Your Price: $202.99
Retail Price:$303.50
Your Savings:$100.51(33%)
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Part Number:SEA53B

Seagull Yak 54 ARF

• Outstanding 3D and precision aerobatic performance
• Light weight balsa and plywood construction
• CAD designed and CNC laser cut parts
• 2-piece plug-in wing for easy transport
• Strong aluminum wing joiner tube joiner
• Aluminum landing gear
• Fiberglass cowl and wheel pants
• Easy-access top hatch
• Covered in genuine UltraCote®
• Dual rear mounted elevator servos
• Pull-pull rudder control
• Complete hardware pack
• Includes factory-painted and installed pilot figure
• Flies with wide range of gas and glow engines

One of model aviation's hottest planes is now available as a mid-size gas performer from Seagull Models. The Yak 54 ARF features a dazzling trim scheme and delivers outstanding 3D and precision capabilities. Roll rate is extremely fast with true tracking and pinpoint knife-edge. Constructed from lightweight laser-cut balsa and plywood parts, it is covered in UltraCote®, with carbon fiber pushrods, a 2-piece plug-in wing and a fiberglass cowl and wheel pants adding to the quality design. Fly the Yak 54 ARF with a Zenoah® G20 gas engine and marvel at the unlimited vertical performance. Or you can strap in a Saito® FA-125 four-stroke, and enjoy even lighter wing loading, perfect power-to-weight and plenty of pullout from hovers.

*There is an Oversize Shipping Charge of $26.00 on the Seagull Yak 54 ARF.

Wing Span: 63.4 in. 161 cm
Wing Area: 846 sq. in. 54.6 sq. dm
Fuselage Length: 61.4 in. 156 cm
Approx. Flying Weight: 8.4 - 9.9 lbs. 3.8 - 4.5 kg
Rec. Engine Size: 2 or 4-Stroke .91 - 1.25 cu. in. Gas 20 cc
Radio Req.: 6 Channel w/ 6 servos
5 Stars
Builder / Pilot
When the package arrived I noticed things rolling around in the box, however there was no damage. Overall quality was excellent. Material was HQ ply and balsa and was very well constructed and strong. The model was a beauty right out of the box, and took about 20 hours to assemble and setup. I used HS5625's and DLE 20 ra was my choice for power and it is plenty. Also went with low bounce wheels. Maiden flight went well using low rates as recommended, however the CG needed to be adjusted. (see RCU thread) Plane was tail heavy. I moved battery forward and the second flight was much more fun. Looks great in the air. flies very stable and lands smooth as silk. This is my second Seagull Model.
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Reviewed by:  from Sacramento Ca . on 2/12/2015
4 Stars
Great Buy!
I have not finished putting the aircraft together yet, however, this is my second one and I have some observations. My first Yak 54 was modified from a four cycle glow (which worked fine) to an electric configuration with a Rimfire 120 and a 6S 5000mAh lipo. It flew just fine on this setup but a radio problem caused a significant crash. At the price Sig has for this beauty, it is much better to buy than rebuild. This Yak 54 looked to be much better built and covered than my original. Everything fits and it is a breeze to assemble. The instructions are very good and easy to follow. There is one thing to be careful of and that is the control horns on the elevator. The included horns are a bit weak with a thin horizontal stab and I would substitute more robust horns (I did). I don't think you can fine a better model for sport and acrobatics for the money than this one.
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Reviewed by:  from Riverside, CA. on 3/23/2016

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