The Yak 11 was a low-wing single-engine training aircraft designed by the OKB 115 directed by Aleksandr Sergeevich Yakovlev and developed in the Soviet Union from the mid-1940s.
It was widely used in the Soviet Union as a trainer, like its US counterpart North American T-6 Texan.
Seagull Model offers an excellent semi-reproduction for 20 -26CC internal combustion engines, made entirely of high quality wood and very carefully coated, replicating the coloring used in Air Race racing in Nevada.
It has mechanical retractable carriages and everything you need such as small hinges and linkages to complete the assembly.
Manufacturer SKU SEA302
Wing span 180 cm
Length 139 cm
Wing area 549 dm²
Weight 5400 g
Assembly level Semi-assembled structure covered or painted
Electric motor 1500
Motorization Electric, Burst
Radiocontrol 6-8 CH (not included)
Servos 8 + 1 Standard (not included)
Motor Scoppio 20-26CC - Electric 1100-2000W (not included)
Comes with Reach Trucks
Illustrated English Manual
Needed to Complete
20 • 26cc or electric petrol engine
6+ channel remote control
8 + 1 servos
various electronic accessories (extensions etc)
What's in the box?
• Wooden fuselage and wings covered in ORACOVER as shown in the photo