1 Assembly Manual For Wingspan: 88 in Wingarea: sp in Length: 78.8 in Engine: 50CC
2 INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing our new 50cc Yak-54. we strive to achieve the real Quick Builded and ARF aircraf. It just requires the least amout of assembly of any kit that almost finished in factory.to obtain the perfect performence,both the design and manufacturing have been taken care with the highest quality from any hardware,covering,wood and glue in the construction as well.by optimal weight and reliable construction,you will find this plane is really ideal for 3D - Freestyle and aerobatic. So we hope every effort and service we offer will make you feel easy and have a wonderful time in the pleasure of flying in 3D space. More information on website 1
3 WARRANTY All Pilot-RC products are guaranteed against defects for 30 days of receiving your airplane. This warranty is limited to construction or productions defects in both material and workmanship, doesn't cover any component parts damaged by use or modification. The manufacture can't supervise the assembly,operation and maintenance,and can't ensure your radio system is in good condition. Therefore,we are not responsible for any damage occurring during the use of a radio controlled model. It is impossible to determine for certain wehther crash damage was the result of a radio systerm failure or pilot error even improper installation of our products.model airplane owner is using it on his own responsibility. In no event should Pilot-RC accept the liability exceeds the original cost of the airframe (not include engine and radio system). No matter what reason you wish to return this airplane, all shipping cost will be paid by costumer.if some parts require replacement from us,the original parts return is at costumer' expense. 2
4 ATTENTION You should not regard this plane as toy! To ensure safety,please read the instruction manual thoroughly before assembly. Building and operating model plane require diligent practicing and correct guidance. Any neglect,carelessness and missing experience can cause serious bodily harm and property damage. Seek the assistant of a experienced person or airplane model clubs in assembly,operation and maintenance to ensure quick and successful learning Fly only in proven model airfield that AMA (Academy of Model Areonautics) approved Pilot-RC has the right to change to this plane,instruction and limited warranty without notice. If you have any problems and questions,please contact pilot RC Cellphone: FAX: Address: No.34, Chengnan Er Road, Zhongshan city, , Guangdong Province, China 3
5 INDEX Introduction Warranty Attention Fuselage Unit Rudder Assembly Rudder Control Horns Tail Wheel Installation..... Landing Gear Assembly. Main Landing Gear Installation.... Pants Installation Servo Unit Wing Servo Assembly Servo Arm Installation Aileron Control Horns Servo Installation Rudder Servo Assembly Servo Tray Installation Servo Installation Elevator Servo Assembly Servo Arm Installation Elevator Control Horns Servo Installation Switch Assembly Engine Unit Engine Assembly Throttle Servo Assembly Ignition Module Hatch And Fule Tank Crowl Assembly CG And Control Throws Flight Preperation
6 Fuselage Unit Rudder Assemby Rudder Control Horn 1. Tear off the cover on the horns and locking plates 2. Trace around the locking plate with kinfe and cut off the cover below.then the pre-cut slots appear 5
7 Rudder Assembly 3. Scuff the middle of horns with a piece of sand paper for good glue bond.then clean up the surface 5. Slid the horns into slots slightly, mount the locking plates in place.wipe away excess glue with rubbing alcohol 4. Apply the 30 minutes epoxy inside the pre-cut slot, and coat the horn with epoxy as shown 6. Make sure the horn line up with ground and align the both side before epoxy has cured 6
8 Rudder Assembly Tail Wheel Installation 2. Mount self-tapping screws on the tail wheel mounting block with the bracket taped on place 1. Draw a center line with a pencil as shown 3. Drill hole 1mm bit and mount spring on the buttom of rudder with self-tapping screws as shown.cut away excess wire. Ensure spring have pulled tightly 7
9 Landing Gear Assembly Main Landing Gear Installation NOTE: the correct edge in mounting Taper to rear Straight edge to front of fuse 8
10 Landing Gear Assembly 1. Install the landing gear with the bolts and locking nuts Note:Don t over tighten and crack the carbon fiber 3. Lift the rear of fuse to line it up with ground as shown 2. Install the landing gear axles with lock nut,but do not tighten 4. Make the flat sides of the axle bolt vertical with ground.then tighten the lock nut against the landing gear strut 9
11 Landing Gear Assembly 5. Install the collars and wheel in order with a drop of Blue Loctite on the collar set screw and ensure the wheel is free to rotate. 2. Drill the holes for the mounting bolts and install the blind nuts. Pants Installation 1. Lift the rear of fuse and line the wheel pant up with the ground by slipping them over the axles and supporting them from the rear for the proper clearance 3. Finish the wheel pants mounting with the bolts and use Blue Loctite on the threads 10
12 Servo Arm Installation Minimum Request Servo: 180 in.zo / Metal Gear / Digital Wing Servo Assembly Servo Unit 2. Ensure the servo arm is 90 degrees with servo as shown. Then mark and drill holes with 2mm bit Pre fasten the arm with drops of fast cured gule on edge 1. Turn on your transmitter and plug the servo into receiver. Ensure every channel is neutral 3. Mounting screws and nuts A drop of fast cured gule here 11
13 Wing Servo Assembly Aileron Control Horns 2. Trace around the locking plate with kinfe and cut off the cover below.then the pre-cut slots appear 1. Tear off the cover on the horns and locking plates 3. Scuff the horns with a piece of sand paper for good glue bond.then clean up the surface 12
14 Wing Servo Assembly 4. Apply the 30 minutes epoxy inside the pre-cut slot for horn,and coat the horn with epoxy as shown Servo Installation 5. Slide the horn into slot slightly and Mount the locking plate in place.wipe away excess epoxy with rubbing alcohol 1. Cut out the cover for servo location carefully as shown 13
15 Wing Servo Assembly 2. Lock the connector with the provided safety clip against vibration and loosened tension as shown 4. Then put the extention lead through the root of wing 3. Tape the lead to pull-string tightly. In order to ensure the servo wire can be pulled out without hanging up inside wing 5. Install servo with mounting screws. Face the brand toward the trailing edge of the wing. Use 1mm bit to drill the mounting holes 14
16 Wing Servo Assembly 6. Install the servo arms facing toward the wing tip and adjust pushrod in proper length to keep the aileron panel on the neutral position 7. Repeat all the step above for the other wing The carbon tube and wing bolts use to be mounted in the final assembly 15
17 Rudder Servo Assembly Servo Tray Installation Minimum Request Servo: 180 in.zo / Metal Gear / Digital 2. Drill holes with 2mm bit 1. Turn on your radio device according the Wing Servo Installation.Keep the tray holes on center and the arm aligned with brand as shown. Then tape tightly 3. Mounting screws and nuts A drop of fast cured gule here Or pre fasten the arm with drops of fast cured gule on edge 16
18 Rudder Servo Assembly Servo Installation The rudder cables and couplers have been installed as shown 2. Tape the rudder panel to top of the vertical fin in the neutral position to make it straight 1. Mount servo with mounting screws and face the brand toward the rudder.drill holes with 1mm bit 3. Attach the pre-installed boll link to the rudder horn and not tighten the locking nut 17
19 Rudder Servo Assembly 4. Turn on your radio to keep the servo neutral. Mount the pre-installed boll link to the rudder arm without locking nut. Put two brass tube through the cable and thread through the coupler hole. Ensure the cables are straight 5. Crimp them in place with crimping pliers NOTICE: The coupler is best to thread half way into ball link for further tightening next 6. Cut away excess cable 18
20 Rudder Servo Assembly 7. Thread the coupler in 2 4 mm. Ensure the same length of cables and tension 9. Remove the ball links from rudder horn and install the servo arm ball links with bolts and nuts 2-4mm 8. Shrink the heat shrinking tube on the brass tube 10. Turn off the radio now. Reinstall the ball link (Don t pull strongly to hurt the rudder or back to step 7 for readjustment )you can find a helper and do that at certain deflection with supporting the bottom of the rudder. 19
21 Elevator Servo Assembly Servo Arm Installation Minimum Request Servo: 180 in.zo / Metal Gear / Digital 2. Ensure the servo arm is 90 degrees with servo as shown. Then mark and drill holes with 2mm bit Pre fasten the arm with drops of fast cured gule on edge 1. Turn on your transmitter and plug the servo into receiver. Ensure every channel is neutral 3. Mounting screws and nuts A drop of fast dry gule here 20
22 Elevator Servo Assembly Elevator Control Horns 2. Trace around the locking plate with kinfe and cut off the cover below.then the pre-cut slots appear 1. Tear off the cover on the horns and locking plates 3. Scuff the horns with a piece of sand paper for good glue bond.then clean up the surface 21
23 Elevator Servo Assembly 4. Apply the 30 minutes epoxy inside the pre-cut slot for horn,and coat the horn with epoxy as shown Servo Installation 5. Slide the horn into slot slightly and Mount the locking plate in place.wipe away excess epoxy with rubbing alcohol 1. Lock the connector with the provided safety clip against vibration and loosened tension as shown 22
24 Elevator Servo Assembly 2. Then put the extention lead through fuselarge 4. Cut the cover on the pre-drill hole for stab mounting 3. Install servos with mounting screws. Face the brand toward the rear of fuse. Use 1mm bit to drill the mounting holes 5. Install the stab with mounting bolts and washers 23
25 Elevator Servo Assembly 6. Install the servo arms facing toward the ground and adjust pushrod in proper length to keep the aileron panel on the neutral position as shown 7. Repeat all the step above for the other stabilizer NOTICE 24
26 Switch Assembly Switch Installation 1.cut off the cover with a sharp knife Note: The switch mounting holes have been pre-cut for standar size. Otherwise fill it with the same size 1.7mm plywood and a larger one (both not included) as reinforce 2. Finish the mounting with screws and nuts supplied. 25
27 Engine Assembly Engine Installation The firewall has been mounted. Drill according pre-set laser holes for DLE-30. Otherwise measure your engine s mounting location. Remenber: Use Bue Loctite on all engine mounting screws 26
28 Throttle servo Installation Throttle Servo Installation 2. Determine where the throttle servo mounting tray is going to be mounted on the engine box to get the straight and precise throttle linkage connection. Then make a mark and epoxy the tray in place.finally secure with selftapping screws 1. Install the engine throttle arm witn a little Blue Loctite. Measure and cut the extra wire.then bend to a sharp of z as shown. Mount the throttle pushrod to engine 5. Finish the servo installation with mounting screws A drop of gule on nut 27
29 Ignition Module Ignition Module 2. Position the ignition outside the engine box to allow the spark plug leads to connect the engine without excess tension.drill for Nylon tie 1. Tape foam rubber on bottom of ignition and attach to safety cover surplied as shown 3. Lock the connectors with the provided safety clip against vibration and loosened tension as shown 28
30 Hatch And Fule Tank Engine Box Hatch Fule Tank And Dot Fule Fill Line Fule line Epoxy the hatch in place and secure with self-tapping screws Fule tank and fule dot have been installed.just tighten the velcro ties 29
31 Crowl Assembly Crowl Assembly 2. Use a fiber cutting tool to rough cut the cowl and finish with a round sander.trial fit to make sure there is a minimum of 3/8 around the engine cooling. 1. Make or use the supplied pattern of the exit air cooling. But do not cut off the crowl mounting holes position as shown 3. Also cut out for clearance for the exhaust pipes 30
32 Crowl Assembly 4. Ensue all the corner are rounded and not sharp 90 degrees against splitting under vibration. Trial fit till the cowl is right YAK have two that mount from the rear of the firewall on the top of the cowl and two that mount from the front of the cowl opening YAK need an extension tool with a proper size ball driver and handle by cutting standard ball driver in half.some small heat shrink tubing are attached to the ball driver to hold in place.you have to reattach the cowl in the future by this method NOTICE: Maybe more exit air cooling will be needed to allow for depending on your engine s recommended running temperature.always check your engine and Pilot-rc dosen t accept responsibility for any damage from improper engine cooling 31
33 Center Of Gravity The center of gravity is on the rear of the wing tube.for more plane please refer to the CG list Center of Gravity Your balance at the CG will determine batteries final mounting location.mount batteries and secure with Nylon ties 32
34 Center of gravity The CG list of Pilot-RC products PLANE YAK CG location 156 mm/6.1inch This recommendation balance point is for your first flight.the CG can be moved around to fit your personal taste. YAK YAK YAK YAK YAK YAK EXTRA EXTRA mm/7.2inch 225 mm/8.9inch 266 mm/10.5inch 273 mm/10.7inch 314 mm/12.4inch 401 mm/15.8inch 131mm/5.2inch 170mm/6.7inch Edge Edge Edge EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA mm/6.9inch 141mm/5.6inch 166mm/6.5inch 144mm/5.7inch 172mm/6.8inch 209mm/8.2inch 248mm/9.8inch EXTRA mm/8.3inch EXTRA mm/9.6inch Sbach mm/5.7inch Sbach mm/6.8inch Sbach mm/9.2inch Sbach Sbach mm/10.6inch 309mm/12.1inch The location of CG has been marked inside plane as show 33
35 The First Flight set up Control Throws Throttle: Adjust idle full Elevator: 40 Degrees on High rate 12 Degrees on Low rate Aileron: 30 Degrees on High rate 12 Degrees on Low rate Rudder: 45 Degrees on High rate 40 Degrees on Low rate Afer you set the given control throws up and have a few flights under you belt, you can change the amounts as well as moving the CG back at 1/4" intervals Learn to use exponential of about 40 percent on your elevator to make great landings and not over control a highly aerobatic airplane.use 70 percent exponential on High Rate! 34
36 Flight Preperation Make sure you have the right model programmed into your transmitter Check the direction of each surface not and also right before you take off. Rememver nothing wrong on the ground ever improves in the air Check the air plane with the engine running and do a range check with your body between you and the plane at 150 feet. Check your battery voltage after each flight in case one servo is draining your battery Recheck all screws,horns and linkages for slop after your maiden fight and check for damage if you made a bad landing you first time Have an experienced pilot fly it for you the first time if you have any doubts in your mind about the maiden flight Take a break after you first flight and let the adrenaline burned off by bragging to your fellow menbers how good it flies Fly low and at a medium speed on your first few flight Listen to your engine run and have an observer with you to remember what you talked about during the flight or if you ger into trouble. Always balance your props, vibration is a killer. Remember nose heavy airplanes fly all the time, tail heavy airplanes fly only once.be on the CG! Fly 3D two mistakes high in the beginning and not close to people, planes or runways. Being a center of the runway hog does not endear you to many modelers. 35
37 Pilot RC Control Horn Installation (50cc and larger have dual control horns & 30cc Aircraft have a single control horn) Rubber/Latex Gloves. Epoxy (30 Minute or Stronger) Epoxy Mixing Cups Epoxy Mixing Sticks (Any mixing stick that will fit into the slot) Denatured Alcohol or Acetone. Paper Towels Sand Paper X-Acto Knife Dremel and Small Drill Bit (Optional and Not Always Needed) Then Prepare your parts..
38 Then you will need to test fit your parts together before gluing in place. Please note that sometimes the slots need to be cleaned out a little bit and can be done with a dremel and a small drill bit or an x-acto knife. Force your epoxy into the slots. Also apply a thin layer of epoxy on the control horn and bottom of the guide plate.
39 Install your horns. Make sure to clean off any epoxy that comes out from under the plate with a paper towel and alcohol.
40 Pilot RC Wing & Elevator Servo Installation You will need: Hobby Iron X-Acto Knife Thin CA Super Glue Drill and Drill Bit First find the servo mounting hole and iron around to assure that the covering is stuck to the surrounding wood. Then cut like this or to your preference.
41 Then press and iron excess covering down into the servo slot. Now you can pre fit the servo. Make sure your grommets are installed and drill the holes for the servo screws.
42 Now apply a small amount of the CA to the already drilled servo screw holes and if needed run your extension wire through. (Don t forget the safety clip!!) Now you can install the servo with your choice of screws and attach the linkage. Final adjustment of turnbuckles and it ready for servo adjustment.
43 Center of gravity The CG list of Pilot-RC products PLANE CG location This recommendation balance point is for your first flight.the CG can be moved around to fit your personal taste. DECATHLON mm/5.2inch DECATHLON mm/5.7inch DECATHLON mm/7.2inch DECATHLON mm/8.5inch Columbia mm/5.35inch Columbia mm/5.6inch YAKM55 73 YAKM55 88 YAKM YAKM YAK YAK YAK YAK YAK YAK YAK YAK mm/6.5inch 216 mm/8.5inch 267 mm/10.5inch 287mm/11.3inch 126mm/5.0 inch 156 mm/6.1inch 183 mm/7.2inch 225 mm/8.9inch 266 mm/10.5inch 273 mm/10.7inch 314 mm/12.4inch 401 mm/15.8inch Edge Edge Edge Edge EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA mm/4.5inch 136mm/5.35inch 141mm/5.6inch 166mm/6.5inch 140mm/ inch 170mm/6.7inch 202mm/7.95inch 248mm/9.8inch EXTRA-300/ EXTRA-300/ EXTRA-300/ EXTRA-300/ Sbach Sbach Sbach Sbach Sbach Sbach mm/6.06inch 170mm/6.7inch 7i 211mm/8.3inch 236mm/9.3inch 132mm/5.2inch 145mm/5.7inch 173mm/6.8inch 234mm/9.2inch 269mm/10.6inch 6inch 305mm/12 inch The location of CG has been marked inside plane as show. Usually it is near the wing tube.
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