Designed to replace the aging T-6 Texan, the T-28 Trojan was a piston engine military trainer aircraft used by both the US Air Force and the US Navy. The Navy continued to use this as the primary trainer right up to the early 1980's.
- Scale design Fuselage
- Scale Prop and Spinner
- Powerful FMS KV1700 Outrunner Motor
- Sturdy Metal landing gear
- Updated steering arm & screws
- Revised moulds for main model parts
FMS has chosen the most recognizable Navy color scheme for this outstanding flying model. Incorporating many scale features such as nose gear steering, dummy 9 cylinder radial engine, scale three blade prop and spinner make for an interesting model These features plus the power provided by the efficient brushless motor, will look great on the deck as well as screaming down the flying strip of your club.
For this newt batch of 800mm T-28 V2, FMS has made some changes to the steering arms & screws used to secure wings and revised the mould of foaming parts including fuselage, main wing set and horizontal stabilizer. These parts are all compatible with the older version.
|Approximate Assembly Time||Less than 1 Hour|
|Approximate Flight Time||6 minutes|
|CG (Center of Gravity)||1.8 in (45) from leading edge|
|Landing Gear||Prebent wire, tricycle configuration|
|Minimum Required Radio||4 channel|
|Motor Size||2408-KV1700 Outrunner Brushless|
|Product Length||26.3 in (670mm)|
|Propeller Size||7 x 6|
|Servos||4 x 9g servo|
|Wingspan||31.5 in (800mm)|