“Own one of only 15 Yak 18T's registered in the United States! The Yak 18T was introduced at the.
|“Own one of only 15 Yak 18T's registered in the United States! The Yak 18T was introduced at the 1967 Paris Air Show, designed especially for Aeroflot to train their pilots. This fully aerobatic (+6.2/-3.2G), four seat aircraft is powered by a M14P radial engine. With only 100 hours SMOH on the 360 hp M14P engine and 2,200 hours on the airframe, N7677 is ready for your personal touch of paint, interior and avionics.”|
Aircraft Specifications 2,200 TTAF1,300 TTE, 100 SMOHYendenyev M14P Engine 360 hp (Green case)Fully Aerobatic (+6.2/-3.2G)Retractable GearLength 27.5 ftWingspan 36.7 ftExperimental Exhibition CertificationPerformance SpecificationsVne 161 KnotsCruise 135 KnotsStall 61 KnotsRange 460 SMTakeoff Distance 1,215 feetLanding Distance 1,150 feetService Ceiling 13,000 feetThe YAK 18T is one of two Yakovlev aircraft that Bud Granley Family Air Shows use in their Yak Dual Act.::Description ::Opposing takeoff-rolls. Yak-55 solo: Budouchski tumbles, captop turn, flips, bunt to continuous rolls. Formation: loop and Cuban join up to, synchronized hammerheads, 3 rolls around each other, formation loop, roll, & Cuban (Ross leading), lead change during Cuban, loop and roll to Cuban push (Bud leading) inside outside roll, inside outside loop. Yak-18-solo: vertical roll, vertical 8, 1.5 snap/split S, horizontal 8 tight turn. Yak-55 solo: vertical rolls to torquski, lumps, tumbles or cartwheels to join up for the “Golden Hawk"roll to formation photo pass, quick formation reverse to landing sequence. Yak-18: knife edge, and tail wag to formation landing or crazy pass. Yak-55 tight turn to 180 degree flopping Borscht, slow rolling pass at 50 knots, inverted hover, knife edge and inverted tail wag to land or crazy pass.
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Current date: 2017-06-18