ParkZone T-28 Trojan Bind-N-Fly Electric Airplane

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This is the ParkZone T-28 Trojan Bind-N-Fly Electric Airplane. The T-28 Trojan was a piston-powered U.S. military trainer used in the 1950s through the early 1970s. The original Trojan had a frameless canopy and an impressive engine that gave it a top speed exceeding 280 mph. Now you can pilot an electric scale replica of this historical warbird.

ParkZone’s T-28 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.

The ParkZone T-28 Trojan boasts a winning combination of smooth flight characteristics and scale good looks that everyone from intermediate to expert pilots will love. Its great-looking U.S. Navy paint scheme is already applied and the electronics are installed. All you have to do is attach the wing and tail while the battery is charging and then bind its receiver to a full-range DSM2™/DSMX® transmitter.

  • Excellent flight times and good performance with a 3S 1800mAh Li-Po battery and balancing charger included
  • Powerful 480-size 960Kv brushless outrunner motor installed
  • Spektrum AR600 DSMX 6-channel sport receiver installed
  • Tricycle landing gear allows for smooth taxis, takeoffs, and landings
  • Realistic U.S. Navy paint scheme and decals
  • Strong, durable, lightweight and easy to repair Z-Foam™ construction
  • Requires a full range DSM2 or DSMX aircraft transmitter (sold separately)
Wingspan: 44 in (1118mm)
Overall Length: 36 in (914mm)
Flying Weight: 30 oz (875 g)
Motor Size: 480-size 960Kv brushless outrunner
Radio: Minimum 4-channel transmitter (not included)
Servos: 3-wire servos (included)
Trim Scheme Colors: White with black, red, and blue
Prop Size: 9.5 x 7.5
Speed Control: E-flite 30A Pro Brushless ESC with Switch Mode BEC
Recommended Battery: 11.1V 3S 1800mAh Li-Po battery (included)
X-Port: No
Charger: 2-3 Cell DC Li-Po Balancing Charger (included)
Landing Gear: Wire nose gear and main gear, foam wheels
Steering: Steerable nose gear
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
Experience Level: Intermediate
Recommended Environment: Outdoor
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour
Is Assembly Required: Yes

Needed to Complete:
  • Full range DSM2 or DSMX compatible aircraft transmitter (4-channel minimum)
  • AA Batteries for transmitter

This product was added to our catalog on August 5, 2016.

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jul 24 2012 (about 5 years ago)
ParkZone T-28 Trojan Bind-N-Fly Electric Airplane
A couple weeks back, I bought an E-flite Apprentice as my first plane, and loved it. So a few days after that, I ordered this T-28 from A Main, and bound my Apprentice TX to it. The plane flies so wonderfully, I have not re-bound the DX5E transmitter back to the Apprentice.

It's quick, smooth, takes off with very little roll, lands at a reasonably slow speed, has a decent power to weight ratio, and most importantly - it doesn't get tossed about like a feather when there's a slight breeze.

If you are a coordinated person with experience in RC cars - this could be a very nice first plane. It's that good.

Oh yeah, it's also taken a few tumbles with virtually no damage. BUY ONE!)
Monday, Mar 17 2014 (about 3 years ago)
ParkZone T-28 Trojan Bind-N-Fly Electric Airplane
My first plane was the new apprentice s 15e with the safe system. I learned to fly very quickly with it, also with the help of the Phoenix 5 simulator. My second plane was the t-28 Trojan. I was real nervous on my first flight. I was so use to flying my apprentice that has the panic switch if you get in trouble, but on my t-28 I used a spektrum ar600 receiver with my trusty dx8 transmitter. After I got it in the air my nerves settled and all the practicing on the simulator took over and I was doing loops, rolls, and flying up side down on the first flight. The t-28 makes me look like a pro, but I have only been flying for less than three months. This will be one plane that will always be in my hangar.)
Paul Miruzzi
Friday, Jan 31 2014 (about 3 years ago)
ParkZone T-28 Trojan Bind-N-Fly Electric Airplane
I have two T-28 Trojan RC Models. I commenced with this one, i.e. the Park Zone one. I passed very confidently from a high winger to a low winger. This plane can handle anything and if you experience one of those nasty landings, it will be very easy to repair. I have flown this in winds greater than 10 m.p.h. Unbelievable. Other members leave their models in their cars and mine is in the air.
Later I bought a larger scale model with a 1400mm wingspan, electric retracts, navigation lights, flaps and air brakes. Wow. This is a model which has to be given five stars all round. Value for money boys, get it and fly it. Another very positive aspect is that you find spare parts, if the need arises.
Happy flying boys.)
Wednesday, Jul 25 2012 (about 5 years ago)
ParkZone T-28 Trojan Bind-N-Fly Electric Airplane
I am going to have to strongly agree. This is a great plane. If you are a coordinated person this is a great first plane. I would recommend getting something like the Champ first to get your orientation down, but wow this Trojan is amazing. It is very stable and is a breeze to land or do touch and go's. Parkzone hit a home run with this baby!)