The exceptional scale outline and intricate details ParkZone has designed into the Stinson SR-10 are every bit as good as anything you might build yourself- Molded wing ribbing, a simulated radial engine, accurately modeled struts, cowl, and wheel pants.
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 the Stinson SR-10 flying in the time it takes you to charge the included battery pack and bind its Spektrum™ AR600 receiver to your full-range DSM® aircraft system (sold separately).
DSM2 compatible transmitter
Great Plane - I would not recommend it to anyone who is trying to learn to fly. It flies great but it can get a little tricky sometimes. I would definitely recommend getting the flaps installed it helps a lot during take off and landing. Overall its a great plane!
Very pleased. It's not a 3D plane. It flies very scale, like a Stinson, smooth loops and rolls. Plenty of power for what it is. It's not supposed to do prop hangs. I fly mine off grass in my backyard when I don't have time to go to the field. Beautiful plane, way to go ParkZone.
I have several high wing planes, and this is one of the better ones. It easily takes off from grass fields, has lots of power, and actually flies great at low speeds. It even glides well for a 'non-glider' with power totally turned off. Handles the wind reasonably well and is quite durable, except for the wheel struts which are aluminum and do bend easily if the landing is too hard. I easily bent it back into shape however. This is an excellent buy for someone looking for an easy to fly intermediate plane.
I bought this one when they were closing them out, and I liked it so well, I bought a second one! It is a fantastic flyer, very stable, fast enough, able to easily loop and do most mild aerobatics. I added the flaps to mine for slow grass landings, and they work really well. Without the flaps, the plane would come in, roll for a few feet, and then flip over. No damage, but I wanted a more realistic landing, and the flaps slowed it down enough that it just rolls a few feet now and stops. While not a trainer, this makes a great Sunday flyer when I just want to enjoy a relaxing flight. I wish they hadn't discontinued this plane, but parts are available if and when I need them so I can keep this one in the air for a long time.
Won it at a fly-in. I normally fly aerobatic planes so I didn't care for it at first. Thought it to fly sloppy, but after dialing-in controls and adding flaps it turned into a really fun plane. Does great touch-n gos although the soft metal in the gear has a tendency to bend easily but is easily bent back to shape. I believe it to be realistically powered and not under-powered at all. Really does well in moderate winds when I'm hesitant to fly my aerobats. I'm looking into adding some Super Cub floats and trying it on the water and the snow this winter. Good plane for the money.
This plane looks amazing, but the assembly of the parts and pieces is sub-par. The landing gear is just about trash from the get go. The cowl which looks like a radial engine is very cool looking, but it will shatter to a million pieces quite easily. The flaps are cool, but if you are using them for takeoff you really don't know how much power this thing has, which is quite amazing given that it is battery powered. The motor wires are too short and are near inaccessible with out some slight internal cutting or modification or "shoe string fishing" meaning, that if you want to replace your esc/speed controller and use the motor that hobbyzone supplied, GOOD LUCK! The balancing and CG on this plane is quite difficult to KEEP centered in.
I bought this plane after having 3 or 4 supercubs which i really enjoyed and wanted a step up.
It is way under powered for its weight. I ended up putting a power 25 with a 3 blade 13X8. Now it is a real fun plane.
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