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PARKZONE T28 Trojan Instruction Manual. Ultra micro series (68 pages) Toy PARKZONE S. E. 5a Instruction Manual. Royal aircraft factory (20 pages) FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCT.

could result in injury or damage to the Product or ParkZone T28 Trojan PNP. It is ideal for you to fly at located approximately 212 behind the Mar 03, 2013 The Parkzone Ultra Micro T28 Trojan taking off and landing in 810 mph wind on a beautiful March day in Lynden, WA.

There were a couple of near crashes with the Parkzone Trojan Micro, but somehow The Parkzone T28 Trojan is available as an Ultra Micro version, that is possible to fly in your own backyard! Model Description: This is the exciting Ultra Micro version of Parkzone's very popular T28 On this page you find the ParkZone Ultra Micro T28 Trojan RTF manual. Please read the instructions in this operator manual carefully before using the product.

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The original ParkZone T28 park flyer is practically a legend among the RC electric flight and scale communities. Originally in production for nearly a decade, its friendly flying characteristics revolutionized what warbird flying in the convenient settings of park is all about. This exciting Ultra Micro Series edition of ParkZones wildly popular T28 is a musthave for any intermediate to experienced pilot. Like the original, it has plenty of performance for sport aerobatics but remains a joy to fl y at slower speeds if you want to throttle back and shoot touch and gos.

Nov 05, 2010 Wow jc sounds like the incident posted as a video a few pages back of the birds vs. micro T28 and cub. Got a question for you and anybody else on the micro T28. Got to go get some parts for my currently wrecked Stinson at the LHS.

Oct 11, 2010 The PZ Micro P51 is much livelier, and while this is fun to fly and cool, doesn't gain much for me. It is a nice docile flyer, and more relaxing to fly than the P51, much easier to land. Any on else want to sound off comparing the P51 to the T28 micros?

The T28 is the first ParkZone warbird with landing gear, a brushless motor and full 4channel control that brings increased efficiency and operational flexibility to this very popular product line.

It also comes standard with a 3S LiPo battery for maximum flight duration at minimum weight.