ParkZone’s T-28D comes powered with a potent 480 brushless outrunner motor that provides spirited climb and sport aerobatic performance. Its tough Z-Foam™ construction is exceptionally resistant to damage but can be easily repaired with any medium-viscosity CA or epoxy.
Modeled after one of the Cold War’s premier military trainer aircraft, the brushless-powered ParkZone® T-28D Trojan park flyer is a thrilling sport-scale experience that everyone from intermediate to expert pilots will enjoy. Designed for use with full range DSM2™ aircraft transmitters, this Bind-N-Fly™ version comes out of the box with the realistic USAF paint scheme applied and electronics installed. To get it flying, just attach the wing and tail while the battery is charging and then bind its factory-installed DSM2 receiver to your full range transmitter. Bind-N-Fly convenience, outstanding flight performance and beautiful scale detail—with the T-28D Trojan you get it all.
The Trojan is an honest, responsive, and moderately challenging plane. It handles exceptionally well and has no bad habits. I found the nose wheel a little weak, but overall I would highly recommend this wonderful flying airplane.
I love this plane but it's not the plane to start with. I am 12 years old which is weird because wow, I am flying something amazingly well. Also I fly 4 times a week. The only bad thing about it is you get 10 min out of the battery, so get some more batteries with it. It is a great plane, good job ParkZone. :]
First big plane for me. Started with Champ and UM Trojan. I bought the DX5e along with this plane and it works great. I bought 2 1/4 Dubro wheels and the Dubro steering arm with this plane. I've had some rough landings but have not cracked the ParkZone steering arm yet. This plane is smooth and fast. I painted the wing tips yellow and also put some WWII black/white stripes for better visibility and orientation. I wish it came with the Flaps option, if you don't approach correctly, landings can be fast and hairy. Great plane. I wouldn't recommend it for a straight beginner, more an intermediate flyer.
I've been flying for about a year, and this was the recommended "step-up". I bought the DX6I with it. Flies smooth and is very fast. Amazing amount of power...compared to my Cub LP. I had to slow down the reaction time on the transmitter before I could really get it under control. It took two crashes to get it right. Flaps would make it an easier plane to land as it comes in pretty fast. I have a limited runway, which is a dirt road. The stearing arm has broken once, but after much research on the internet, I found an easy way to replace it. Out of the box, the rudder/tail was crooked. Flies ok with enough adjustment to the trim. Overall a great plane!
After doing some training on flight sims, the trainer style aircraft just didn't appeal to me, so I bought a Parkzone Thunderbolt P-47. I was advised that I should start on something a little easier to fly and so I picked up a damaged Trojan. Parts are so cheap it was worth sorting it out. It is the first plane I have flown and have not crashed it after 8 flights. Having the tricycle landing gear also helps for beginners. At least once I become a more proficient flyer, I will still want it in my hangar. It's a fun plane, easy to learn on if you have had some sim practice. It's a great plane. Parkzone quality throughout.
I haven't been flying very long (like 2 weeks). I started with the Super Cub and man is that a great and durable plane. Right out of the box I did not notice that the clevis that attaches the push rod to the elevator was loose and it came off, not allowing me control of the plane. It smashed into the house and to my surprise there was no damage. After mastering the cub quickly because it's so easy to fly I got the Trojan. It's a great second plane, a lot trickier but within three or four flights I had it down and was making perfect landings in my yard. I'M LOVIN IT
This is a fun plane. It glides a long way without power, making dead stick landings very possible in the event you fly it until LVC on accident. I do have a problem with the included AR600 receiver not rebinding after battery changes on warm days unless I let it cool down. I suspect it is either the Rx or the BEC in the ESC, but Horizon wants me to send the receiver in.
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