If you love the thrill of aerobatic flying, you are going to love the new E-Flite Carbon-Z Yak 3X 54. Following their popular Carbon-Z Yak 54, E-Flite have announced the Yak 54 3X RC plane. This version of the Yak comes with Artificial Stabilisation - 3aXis (AS3X) technology built-in to the included AR635 receiver, giving you a wide flight envelope and excellent stability. Because the AS3X minimises the effect of wind and turbulence, you can perform a range of aerobatic maneuvers with great precision. You will find that the effect of this stabilising technology feels quite natural when flying, but you can adjust the amount of assistance you receive (or turn it off altogether), depending on your flying style.
This remote control plane is constructed from Z-Foam that has been expertly fused with carbon and composites. This gives the Yak the ability to absorb hard impacts while maintaining precise control. E-Flite have added strength enhancements to this airframe, so it can withstand aggressive 3D performance. It's power-to-weight ratio is 2:1, but the Yak features an upgraded speed control with a more robust BEC; working in conjunction with the updated digital servos to give you peak performance.
If you are pilot looking to take the next step up to a higher-performance model plane, or you are a 3D professional looking for an exciting performer, the new Yak delivers. It comes as a Bind-N-Fly (BNF) Basic, so all you need to do is provide your own transmitter and battery charger and you will be ready to go. With the included AS3X technology, aerobatic flying has never been this sharp and thrilling.
This new RC plane is coming soon to Modelflight, so if you are keen to find out more, check out our page on the E-Flite Carbon-Z Yak 3X 54.