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Durafly ™ T-28 Trojan w / flaps / ritrae / luci / portelli del carrello 1100 millimetri (PNF)

Durafly ™ T-28 Trojan w / flaps / ritrae / luci / portelli del carrello 1100 millimetri (PNF)

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Questo superbo guardando T-28 della nostra gamma di alta qualità Durafly® ™ e ha dettaglio scala sufficientemente e caratteristiche tecniche per mantenere tutti gli appassionati di warbird felice. La gamma 1100 millimetri offre al pilota RC un modello formato pratico che può essere facilmente trasportato e utilizza il sempre popolare pacchetto 2200mAh 3s Lipoly, ma allo stesso tempo, il modello è abbastanza grande per avere presenza ed è in grado di affrontare la maggior parte dei campi aviazione, non parlare di un po 'di vento, che lo rende molto pratico.

Così come aspetto fantastico, questo Trojan è plug and fly, cioè è necessario pochissimo lavoro di assemblaggio. Il potente motore outrunner, ESC, luci di navigazione, si ritrae elettrici servoless, portelli del carrello e servi sono tutti pre-installato lasciando a colla sul tailfeathers e qualche scala dettagliare, bullone sulla spina di ali e andare in volo!

Abbiamo volato questo superbo T-28 Trojan ampiamente durante i test e non vi deluderà, vi è abbondanza di potere per quelle davvero scalare acrobazia warbird e la struttura del velivolo è viceless senza alcun accenno di una stalla punta. I servi falda pre-installati hanno una bella, un'operazione lenta per aiutare a prevenire mongolfiera e le alette si permettono la velocità di avvicinamento per arrivare fino a una scansione senza un pizzico di wingrock. Non c'è dubbio, questa è una fantastica warbird guardare e vola facilmente come un allenatore ad ala bassa!

Specifiche:
Apertura alare: 1.100 millimetri
Lunghezza: 910 millimetri
Peso di volo: 1260g
Motore: 850kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
ESC: 35A w / BEC
Ala Area: 20.7dm2
Carico alare: 60.8g / dm2

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manuale di foto completa
tutto l'hardware

Richiede:
La tua 6 canali TX / RX
2200mAh 3s Lipoly Batteria
  • SKU 9142000001
  • Brand Durafly
  • Capacità ( mAh ) -
  • Peso 2620.0000
  • Lunghezza 1040.00
  • Packaging Width 230.00
  • Altezza 310.00
  • Durafly™ T-28 Trojan w/flaps/retracts/lights/gear doors 1100mm
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Fantastic little plane. One of my favorite, and fly it alot.
Retracts work great, and the flaps make it land very slow and precise.
long flight times on a 3S 2200 pack. It flys best on the lighter 2200 packs that I have. The guys at the field are impressed seeing it fly.

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Fantastic little plane. One of my favorite, and fly it alot.
Retracts work great, and the flaps make it land very slow and precise.
long flight times on a 3S 2200 pack. It flys best on the lighter 2200 packs that I have. The guys at the field are impressed seeing it fly.

This is a great flying plane, only weak area is the nose gear. you can use a 4 cell battery in it and it becomes much faster.

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This is a great flying plane, only weak area is the nose gear. you can use a 4 cell battery in it and it becomes much faster.

Dynam T-28 Trojan first flights
10/17/15
I assembled (very little to build) a Dynam T-28 from Hobbyking and flew it yesterday (with Stu's help).
The plane looks nice and flies nice. Short take off with half flaps and nice steep approach and landing with full flaps (according to Stu).
Pros easy to assemble, pretty, nice retracts, flies stable at half throttle.
Cons nose wheel too small 1.75 inch plan to replace with 2 inch wheel, push-rod clevis fragile replaced several, cowling fragile I reinforced with layer of thin fiberglass cloth.
I sprayed my plane with Krylon acrylic crystal clear to protect the finish and give a gloss finish.
Happy Landings,
Vince

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Dynam T-28 Trojan first flights
10/17/15
I assembled (very little to build) a Dynam T-28 from Hobbyking and flew it yesterday (with Stu's help).
The plane looks nice and flies nice. Short take off with half flaps and nice steep approach and landing with full flaps (according to Stu).
Pros easy to assemble, pretty, nice retracts, flies stable at half throttle.
Cons nose wheel too small 1.75 inch plan to replace with 2 inch wheel, push-rod clevis fragile replaced several, cowling fragile I reinforced with layer of thin fiberglass cloth.
I sprayed my plane with Krylon acrylic crystal clear to protect the finish and give a gloss finish.
Happy Landings,
Vince

A really great model to own and fly a real treat, and fly's probably the best in the Durafly range, I have two after the first went for a swim and now my second one has done the same, you may ask why are you crashing into the sea ? well I fly mostly at the beaches when all is quiet its so nice to fly offa hard sand looks fab, but in both cases now the one pitfall of this model is the Canopy itself, after a few flights the latch that clicks into place eventually lets go in flight and blasts away, this produces the battery which is held in with the Velcro strap to also come out and hang over one side of the model and as a consequence this makes the model unstable and will, as good as you are to fly, bank hard and stall and Crash !! you've got little or no hope to recover. I fixed this issue with tape holding the canopy well on during each flight but then the clear section of the canopy de bonded from the foam bottom and again flew off , the battery out again and another crash, its hard when you know that its not your fault that you've lost two models worth over $500 because of this, so just beware, and try to come up with an alternative measure to hold the canopy on well ! Jeffo :-)

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A really great model to own and fly a real treat, and fly's probably the best in the Durafly range, I have two after the first went for a swim and now my second one has done the same, you may ask why are you crashing into the sea ? well I fly mostly at the beaches when all is quiet its so nice to fly offa hard sand looks fab, but in both cases now the one pitfall of this model is the Canopy itself, after a few flights the latch that clicks into place eventually lets go in flight and blasts away, this produces the battery which is held in with the Velcro strap to also come out and hang over one side of the model and as a consequence this makes the model unstable and will, as good as you are to fly, bank hard and stall and Crash !! you've got little or no hope to recover. I fixed this issue with tape holding the canopy well on during each flight but then the clear section of the canopy de bonded from the foam bottom and again flew off , the battery out again and another crash, its hard when you know that its not your fault that you've lost two models worth over $500 because of this, so just beware, and try to come up with an alternative measure to hold the canopy on well ! Jeffo :-)

Great flying, stands a beating!

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Great flying, stands a beating!

This is a very fun plane to fly. The lights are bright in the day time. I now have 3 of these and they hold up good. One thing you need to change is the nose gear to a metal one like the main gear is. It is a very strong plane and looks very good in the air.
Great puy and well built and you can get spare parts which is good back up.

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This is a very fun plane to fly. The lights are bright in the day time. I now have 3 of these and they hold up good. One thing you need to change is the nose gear to a metal one like the main gear is. It is a very strong plane and looks very good in the air.
Great puy and well built and you can get spare parts which is good back up.

Best flying plane I've ever owned. Excellent model, completely viceless in flight, my first model with retracts. Flies exactly where you point it, and good long flights from the cheapest of 2200mah batteries.

Was absolutely gutted when I dumb thumbed it in inverted, after about 2 years of faultless service. Going to get another now they are back in stock at last.

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Best flying plane I've ever owned. Excellent model, completely viceless in flight, my first model with retracts. Flies exactly where you point it, and good long flights from the cheapest of 2200mah batteries.

Was absolutely gutted when I dumb thumbed it in inverted, after about 2 years of faultless service. Going to get another now they are back in stock at last.

Very nice airplane, easy to fly, easy to land. I love it!
For me this was a perfect first plane. And I say ME, so not for everyone.
THIS IS NOT A BIGINNER PLANE!!
I already had one season of flying experience with a Bixler I borrowed from a friend so yea, thats why I went for this plane, and it was a good choise.

It flies really nice and easy, basic aerobatics are easy too. Inverted is no problem, dont try inverted loops though. But I personally think those are advanced aerobatic maneuvers, and this plane is not build for those.
It lands really easy, even without flaps. U shouldnt land this plane hard though, cuz the gear will break.
The lights are a nice add to the value too, they really show up at noon or on a cloudy day.

Overall a great plane, and for me with one season of flying experience at the time this was a perfect starter plane.

Tip: Buying some spare props is a must, because if you land and take off in grass you will brake them.

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Very nice airplane, easy to fly, easy to land. I love it!
For me this was a perfect first plane. And I say ME, so not for everyone.
THIS IS NOT A BIGINNER PLANE!!
I already had one season of flying experience with a Bixler I borrowed from a friend so yea, thats why I went for this plane, and it was a good choise.

It flies really nice and easy, basic aerobatics are easy too. Inverted is no problem, dont try inverted loops though. But I personally think those are advanced aerobatic maneuvers, and this plane is not build for those.
It lands really easy, even without flaps. U shouldnt land this plane hard though, cuz the gear will break.
The lights are a nice add to the value too, they really show up at noon or on a cloudy day.

Overall a great plane, and for me with one season of flying experience at the time this was a perfect starter plane.

Tip: Buying some spare props is a must, because if you land and take off in grass you will brake them.

This is my 3rd Durafly model, but it should have been my first. It is a forgiving trainer - just as they advertised, no sign of tip stall that I'd suffered from with the Skyraider. My first few take off rolls were fairly long, but I have found that the smoothest take off is now with good power & flaps (was worried about tip stalling it, but was very stable). I've done 20 circuits now with only 1 heavy landing = yes the front stut is still a metal/plastic combination, but the trunnion is metal & I've had no issues with it. Thoroughly recommend it to anyone who has already got the basics mastered on something like a Bixler - very good next step up. I did have a problem with the wiring harness for CH2 & 4 as these had the lighting leads spliced in, but would not fit securely to the receiver pins. HK CS soon sorted that with a 1 female to 5 male connector! Very tidy, I now have all the lights combined on to CH4 (if anything goes wrong it's the CH you need the least). The manual is unfortunately laughable, I would have sympathy for anyone inexperienced attempting the wiring assembly. The minor short comings are just that, minor! Once you've got it set up right it is very enjoyable - can't wait to have my son flying his own one next!

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This is my 3rd Durafly model, but it should have been my first. It is a forgiving trainer - just as they advertised, no sign of tip stall that I'd suffered from with the Skyraider. My first few take off rolls were fairly long, but I have found that the smoothest take off is now with good power & flaps (was worried about tip stalling it, but was very stable). I've done 20 circuits now with only 1 heavy landing = yes the front stut is still a metal/plastic combination, but the trunnion is metal & I've had no issues with it. Thoroughly recommend it to anyone who has already got the basics mastered on something like a Bixler - very good next step up. I did have a problem with the wiring harness for CH2 & 4 as these had the lighting leads spliced in, but would not fit securely to the receiver pins. HK CS soon sorted that with a 1 female to 5 male connector! Very tidy, I now have all the lights combined on to CH4 (if anything goes wrong it's the CH you need the least). The manual is unfortunately laughable, I would have sympathy for anyone inexperienced attempting the wiring assembly. The minor short comings are just that, minor! Once you've got it set up right it is very enjoyable - can't wait to have my son flying his own one next!

Im extremely happy with the quality of this Trojan, i have owned P***zone ones and enjoyed them, but am I like the added features like retracts, flaps, and navigation lights. I cannot wait to fly this plane in the spring.

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Im extremely happy with the quality of this Trojan, i have owned P***zone ones and enjoyed them, but am I like the added features like retracts, flaps, and navigation lights. I cannot wait to fly this plane in the spring.

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