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2001 Nanchang CJ-6 – N600YK// Acrobatic! //

Auction Start: August 2, 2023
Auction End: August 9, 2023 12:00 pm

CJ-6 Details


Nanchang "Yack"





Auction Start Date:
August 2, 2023
Auction Start Date:


Serial No:





Experimental/ Exhibition



Location: Muscle Shoals, Alabama
Description: Imagine an affordable fully acrobatic radial roaring to attack under your command and residing in your hangar. This Nanchang CJ-6 came to the USA. by way of Canada as one of the only three aircraft sold as new for the civilian market. THis one owner and well maintained aircraft is like no other. Powered by a 360 horsepower radial piston engine that can reach speeds of up to 186 MPH with a payload of 500 lbs and a 500 mile range. Be the center attraction at any fly-in or air show.
Airframe Details
  • 2001 Airframe
  • One owner aircraft
  • 12/4/22 condition inspection
  • 1120 hours TTSN
Engine Details
  • M14P Engine S/N KR31008
  • 400 SMOH
  • Russiand engine from Yak 51
  • Gear reduction engine
  • 360 Hp
Propeller Details
  • V530 B530TA-35 S/N 9400023
  • Leading edge nickel prop
  • 356.4 TT hours on prop installed 3/23/13
  • 400 SOH
Avionics Details
  • Garmin 430 WAAS
  • Garmin in/out GTX 345 AADSB Transponder
  • US ADI
  • Gear Warning System
  • Extended Range Fuel Tanks (85 Gal Total)
  • TruTrak A/P
  • 2nd Garmin VHF Radio
  • Shadin fuel flow
Additional Features
  • Darton Clean Kit Equipped
Grey and white camouflage with Mongoose capturing a Cobra in its mouth and Chinese Red Star
Grey and white camouflage with Mongoose capturing a Cobra in its mouth and Chinese Red Star
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
Registration Number: N600YK
Make: Nanchang "Yack"
Model: CJ-6
Required Deposit: $5,000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: August 2, 2023
End Date: August 9, 2023 12:00 pm
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Experience the acrobatic thrill

Immerse yourself in the exhilarating world of aerobatics with the Nanchang CJ-6, a fully aerobatic piston radial aircraft that combines affordability, performance, and historical significance. Buy this piston airplane at auction by requesting bidder access here. With the registration number N600YK, this CJ-6 holds unique features and a remarkable maintenance history.

As one of only three CJ-6 aircraft delivered new for the USA civilian market, this particular aircraft stands out from the rest. Meticulously maintained by a single owner, it is in exceptional condition, with readily available parts and service, ensuring hassle-free ownership. Transition training is also available to familiarize pilots with its capabilities. See it soaring and manuvering here.

2001 Nanchang CJ-6 – N600YK// Acrobatic! //


This CJ-6 is rated for maneuvers up to +6 -3 G, making it suitable for thrilling aerobatic displays. Picture yourself at the controls, commanding a 360 horsepower radial piston engine that propels this aircraft to speeds of up to 186 mph. With a payload capacity of 500 lbs and a range of 500 miles, you can embark on exciting cross-country adventures.

Stand out from the crowd at fly-ins and air shows, as this Nanchang CJ-6 captivates onlookers with its performance and timeless design.


The airframe of this aircraft dates back to 2001 and has remained under the care of a dedicated owner. Its condition was last inspected on December 4, 2022, ensuring its airworthiness. With a total time since new (TTSN) of 1120 hours, this CJ-6 is primed for many more memorable flights.

Powering the aircraft is an M14P engine, serial number KR31008, which has undergone 400 hours since major overhaul (SMOH). Originally from a Yak 52, this Russian engine delivers 360 horsepower and features a gear reduction system, enhancing performance and efficiency.

The propeller, a V530 B530TA-35 with serial number 9400023, boasts a nickel leading edge, ensuring durability and reliability. With a total time of 356.4 hours since installation on March 23, 2013, and 400 hours since overhaul (SOH), the propeller is in excellent condition.


Avionics on this CJ-6 include a Garmin 430 WAAS for navigation, a Garmin GTX 345 ADSB Transponder for enhanced situational awareness, a US ADI for flight information, and a Gear Warning System. Extended range fuel tanks, totaling 85 gallons, provide extended flight endurance. The TruTrak autopilot enhances flight control, while the second Garmin VHF radio ensures effective communication. A Shadin fuel flow system offers precise fuel monitoring capabilities.

Additional features include a Darton Clean Kit for improved aerodynamics and a visually striking exterior. The exterior showcases a grey and white camouflage paint scheme adorned with Mongoose capturing a cobra in its mount and Chinese red star decals, truly making it a standout aircraft. Inside, the grey leather single seat cockpit is designed to resemble a fighter aircraft, featuring a center stick and strategically placed controls and tools for convenient access.

In summary, the Nanchang CJ-6 with the registration number N600YK presents a unique opportunity to own an affordable, fully aerobatic radial aircraft with a rich history. Impeccably maintained and equipped with impressive avionics, this CJ-6 is ready to offer thrilling aerobatic displays, memorable cross-country flights, and an authentic fighter cockpit experience. Win the right to buy this remarkable piston airplane, register to bid today

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