Pilot-1 Waco YKS-6 1/8 Scale ARF
|Type||4-5 seat light transport|
|Country of Orgin||United States|
|Engine||One Jacobs L-4M piston engine of 225 hp.|
|•Span||34 ft 7 in / 10.54 m.|
|•Length||26 ft 6 in / 8.08 m.|
|•Height||8 ft 7.5 in / 2.63 m.|
|•Cruising speed||100 kts / 185 km/hr|
|•Service ceiling||14,000 ft / 4,267 m.|
|•Empty||2,076 lb / 938 kg|
|•Loaded||3,475 lb / 1576 kg|
Much simpler to assemble than many biplanes, the Waco's upper wing attaches to the side on the fuselage and is automatically aligned. Assembly will take 6-8 hours, the illustrated instructions provide clear guidance. Our recommended power system provides plenty of power for quick take-offs and a great climb. The airplane will perform all the standard aerobatic maneuvers but is at its best flying in a scale manner, doing touch-and-go's and shooting landings. Flight times are 10-15 minutes. For 4-channels: Ailerons (2 servos), Elevator, Rudder and Throttle., Dimensions:, Performance:, •Max. speed; 123 kts / 228 kph, Weights:, Technical Specifications:, Length:, 37", Wingspan:, 50", Flying Weight:, 43 oz., Controls:, Ailerons (2 servos), Elevator, Rudder, Throttle, Wing Area:, 624 sq. in.,
Golden Age biplane - great looks, easy to fly
50" wingspan, 37" long, 624 sq. in. wing area, 43 oz. flying weight. There are few things more attractive than a Golden Age biplane and WACO created some of the best. Our Pilot-1 Waco YKS-6 in 1/8 scale captures the overall beauty of this airplane and brings it to you in an easy to assemble ARF. Precision laser cut all wood construction, pre-assembled and pre-covered in genuine Oracover.
Introduction and History
WACO is pronounced "wah-co" It rhymes with taco. The WACO Aircraft Co has no relation to Waco, Texas, which by the way, is pronounced "way-ko."
The WACO Aircraft Company of Troy, Ohio was the leading aircraft manufacturer of civilian aircraft in the U. S. from 1928 - 1935. Beginning in 1921 as the
ompany in Lorain, Ohio, they moved to Troy in 1924 and became the Advance Aircraft Company but kept the WACO logo. In 1929, the name was changed to simply the WACO Aircraft Company.
WACO produced over 80 models during the years 1919 - 1946, including the large troop carrying gliders used in all the major invasions during WWII. The best selling WACO was the Model 10, with over 1100 being produced from 1927 - 1930. During the years 1939 - 1942, WACO also built just over 600 Model UPF-7's for the CAA and the Civilian Pilot Training program. WACOs were also popular around the world, airplanes were sold to 37 different countries with Brazil being the largest buyer. (WACO Air Museum online, Oct. 2008)
Specifications for the Full Scale WACO YQC-6
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