Yakovlev Yak 3 UPW
N43UP s/n 004
Price Reduced to $389,000!
116.5 Hrs TTSNEW
Built New in Romania
Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92, 1200 H.P.
116.5 Hours since IRAN by
Anderson Air Motive
474.3 Hrs SMOH by South
African Air Force
Hamilton Standard 23E50
103.5 Hrs since Overhaul with
New 6477A Blades
AD 81-13-006 due Nov 2015
Pittsburg Paint Epoxy Red and White – Excellent
Interior Paint is Gray- Excellent Condition
Dynon D10A Electronic Flight Display
Argus 5000CE Color Nav Map Display
Garmin 400 GPS
Garmin 330 Transponder/Encoder
King KY-165 Comm (2)
King KN-53 Nav with K1204 ILS
PM4000 Audio Panel/Intercom
Shadin Micro Fuel Flow
Cleveland Wheels and Brakes
3 Axis Electric Trm
Bendix SF14LN-3 Magnetos
Bendix PD12H4 Carburetor
Skytronics Jasco Alternator
Bendix 1416-22G Starter
Airesearch AN4125-11 Oil Cooler
Thompson AN4101-1 Engine Fuel Pump
Motor-Delco A7033A1 Engine Pre-Oil Pump
Motor-Hydro-Aire A1100 Engine Oil Tank Shutoff Valve
AK50 Engine Air Compressor
GE AN5531-1AF Engine Tach Generator
Motor-Delco A7033A1 Electric Fuel Boost Pump
Cornelius 32R-1600-1-0 Electric Air Compressor
HS 4G8-G30M Propeller Governor
3 Normal Air System and 1 Emergency Air Bottles
Gill G6381ES Battery
Oxygen System with Face Mask in Front Cockpit
Condition Inspection Completed February 2013
Spare Package Included:
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Includes Airframe, Engine and Prop Manuals
Wing Span 30'10"
Wing area 159.8 sq feet,
Fuel Capacity 131 gal,
Engine Pratt & Whitney R-1830 replacing a Shvetsov Ash-82,
Max Speed 438 mph at 20,000 ft.
Armament two, 20mm Berezin Cannons.
The Yak-3U was the last model of the piston powered Yakovlev
fighters. The Yak-3 was developed from the Yak-1M (which
flew in 1940) and was the work horse of the Russian Air Force
and first flew in February 1943 and saw combat in June 1943.
The Yak 3 was considered to be the best low altitude (below
13,000 feet) fighter of WWII and could easily out climb, outrun
and out turn its two major adversaries, the BF-190 and FW-190.
With its 20mm cannon it also could destroy any of the German
tanks of that era. The Yak-3U replaced the V-12 engine of
the earlier Yak-3s with many a 1850 HP radial along, with many
other changes. The Yak-3U first flew in May 1945 and with the
end of the war and development of the jet aircraft., was not put
into production. This airplane was built by the Avioane
Factory in Craiova, Romania. It was built as a dual control two
seat airplane including rear seat instruments. Due to the
unavailability of the Shvetsov engine it was fitted with the US
made Pratt & Whitney R-1830.
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