First introduced in 1938, the Stinson SR-10 is as much a work of art as a work of engineering. The combination of its graceful lines and unique wing shape give you the sense it’s reaching for the sky even when it’s parked on the ramp.
ParkZone has expertly modeled this aviation classic to give you a civilian scale experience unlike anything else. It comes out of the box loaded with scale details like an authentic paint scheme and markings, molded ribbing in the wings, a simulated radial engine, accurately modeled landing gear and much more. A robust ParkZone® 480 brushless motor power system provides plenty of power for everything from half-throttle cruising to full-throttle sport aerobatics. You also have the option of adding flaps. And it will do it all with the same smooth sport flying manners you’ve come to expect from a ParkZone plane.
Best of all, you can have this Plug-N-Play® version ready to fly in minutes. All you need is a 4-channel full range or park flyer transmitter and receiver, a 3S 11.1V 1800mAh Li-Po battery, and a 3S Li-Po charger.
I have flown it 10 times and I have found it to be very easy to fly. I have the T-28 also
and I would rather fly the Stinson. I find it easy to fly, and it looks very nice in the air. I have a few flying buddies and they said that they are going to get one also. It handles very well right out of the box. I have been flying model aircraft for 25+ years.
I like your product very much, and I am teaching others to fly it.
Stinson SR-10 is the best RC airplane but I use a lot of parts because I use this airplane, as well as my son and my daughter. Sometimes my daughter makes a mistake and for this reason, I then need some parts. Thanks a lot !
I went through 3 main wings and 2 bodies on this plane. During take off the plane has a bad habit of left wing stalling. It would get about 4 feet off the ground and take a hard left and crash. The wing would brake or crack and the fuselage would be in two. I have other foam planes that can take much more beating. The Z-foam is not as durable as others on the market. I would stay away.
The plane did fly well when I could get it in the air and looked great, but it was hit or miss if it would get past take off.
The flaps were a nice option.
I've been a ParkZone fan and own the T-28, Corsair, Thunderbolt, and Extra 300. The Stinson Reliant was a disappointment. Right from the box I immediately noticed that because of the design and the components of the Stinson, this was going to be a fragile flyer and not as durable as the others that I own. I immediately noticed that the left and right ailerons didn't have equal travel and I could see that both aileron servos were adjusted differently from the other. To later learn, one aileron has a defective servo. Rather than replace the defective servo, PZ tried to adjust the servo linkage to compensate. Bad idea! I notified PZ of the issue but still haven't received a reply. As I read on a blog, the screws do vibrate and fall out of the landing wheels. The biggest fault of the Stinson, it's way under powered and to avoid a stall on takeoff, the settings are crucial. Don't use the flaps on take-off, or you will stall. The up-side, it's a "looker."
I am a new flier, and this was my first plane. Upon lifting off the ground, this thing immediately cartwheels clockwise into the ground. It won't get more than two feet off the ground before it screws itself into the earth. I think my longest flight so far has been 1 second.
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