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ParkZone Ultra Micro T-28 Trojan

Manufacturer: ParkZone

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Average Rating
No. of Reviews3
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GrumpyGnome wrote on 10/04/2013:
CUTE - GREAT FUN !
Strengths: Completeness Looks Flight Performance
Weaknesses: Battery retention could be better
Overall: Excellent - highly recommended
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

Frank Skilbeck wrote on 19/09/2011:
SWEET
Strengths: Looks good, flies great, ample power for aerobatics, can fly slowly
Weaknesses: Struggling to think of any
Overall: Like Alan I was looking for a new model for the upcoming indoor season and liked the look of the T-28 and thought that with it's undercamber wing it would fly quite slowly. I've only flown it outdoors so far without the UC (flying over grass), but it's an absolute delight not only having a fair turn of speed but can also be slowed up and turned in a small area (needed for our indoor site). I'm looking forward to fitting the UC and flying it indoors.
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
80%

Alan Randall wrote on 18/09/2011:
WHAT A SWEETY
Strengths: Well made. flies straight from the box with no trimming.
Weaknesses: None except you have to modify the box to put it away with the wheels attached.
Overall: I was looking for a new plane for the start of the indoor season and saw the T28 at a bargain price on Al's stall at the Catton LMA show. I had fancied one for a while so I bought one. Whilst I was walking round I received two positive unsolicited comments as how good they were so I was looking forward to flying it, and I was not disappointed. Apart from a short tail heavy first flight which was my fault for getting the CG wrong, subsequent flights went like a dream. With the steerable nose wheel, ground handling is impeccable, and in the air it goes where you point it. The speed range is excellent and most people should find a flying speed that suits them. I would say that this model would make an excellent low wing follow on to the Hobbyzone Champ or the Parkzone Cub. I must add that I bought a PNP and was flying it on a DX8 and not the Tx supplied in a RTF version.
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
80%

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