The North American T-28 'Trojan', a piston powered two seater trainer aircraft, was the last piston powered trainer to enter service with the United States Air Force and Navy. Designed in the 1950's, this aircraft played a key role in helping pilots transition from basic trainers to jet aircraft.
The T-28 version we are offering is based on a plane that was restored to airworthy in 1991-1994. It has the distinctive "Just Dreamin'" nose art as shown below. Our version has a separate decal of the nose art so it's up to you whether or not to apply it.
The Arrows T-28 is one of the easiest flying aircraft on the market today. A beginner with basic flight experience could easily fly the T-28 with ease- without the assistance of a gyro system.
Featuring a realistic three bladed propeller, rivets, panel lines, retracts, landing gear doors and functional flaps, the T-28 looks as real as its full sized counterpart.
A powerful 40A ESC and 3536 850kV power system provides more than adequate thrust whenever necessary.
The Arrows Hobby T-28 is a perfect aircraft for pilots transitioning from high winged aircraft and those who are looking for a scale aircraft that is easy to fly.
Have old Parkzone T-28. This new one is perfect addition. Many of the same qualities, but updated. Flown 3x and all is good. Installed Ar637t ....fun!! Arrows seems to make a quality product. Thank you Hobby Zone!
love this plane!!! flew great right out of the box. Needed expo because it flies HOT
I have yet to maiden but I was frustrated with the nose gear, specifically ability to retract properly. After a couple of hours of trying to get the node gear not to bind when retracting and getting the doors to close I discovered the problem, from factory: The nose gear steering rod is to be installed "under" the white nylon bracket roughly in the middle of the pushrod in the wheel bay. Mine from factory was on top and was causing the binding. Also, the spring to hold the doors open and then closed is very weak.
Picked this Up to replace my T28 from another well none company. Arrows product is built so much more solid. Easy to put together.
To all my fellow pilots out there you definitely need to add the Trojan t28 to your collection. Thanks to the great folks at Hobby Zone i maiden it 2weeks ago . My first flight was great easy and stress free .The plane will almost fly itself. So if you are looking for a new plane then cop the Arrows 1100mm Trojan t28 .
So when I first put this together, I had a real problem with the CG. Didn't seem to balance at recommended points with any of my batteries. initially used a lot of nose weight then realized this couldn't be right, got rid of most - but not all of the added weight and kind of accepted a wait and see in regard to CG - well it is flying great now with minimal weight in the nose and I have to say it is a great deal of fun flying this model. However, I'm going on my 4th nose gear assembly. Any rough landing (most recently I didn't even think I hit it roughly) and that gear breaks. 3rd set is now stuck down, won't come up. Ordered my fourth set. If this one breaks in a questionable circumstance, I'll probably give up on the plane and move on.
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