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#1 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 07:30 PM

ParkZone Ultra Micro T-28!!! THE Owners Thread!!!!
 
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Product code: pkzu1580



http://parkzone.com/Products/Gallery...ZU1580&Index=1
http://parkzone.com/ProdInfo/Files/PKZU1500_hi.wmv
Overview
The ParkZone Ultra Micro Series T-28 comes out of the box with the original scale navy trim scheme, 4- Channel control, steerable nose wheel, and removable landing gear. Both the RTF and BNF come complete with Spektrum AR6400 DSM2 receiver so you can fly without the fear of interference and you can be flying in as little time as it takes to charger your included 120 mAh Li-po battery in its DC charger.

Features

Full 4-channel control-Flies just like its larger ParkZone 480 size brother
T-28 Design-Known great flying model with proven popularity
BNF version features Spektrum AR6400-Use with ANY DSM2 transmitter
Everything except TX included-Nothing else to buy. Just use your DSM2 TX and go fly.
Removable landing gear-Can be removed to lighten model and fly like gear are retracted
Steerable nose wheel-Makes taxiing and takeoff from ground possible
DC charger included-Recharges Li-Po battery in approximately 20 minutes
Uses included 120mAh Li-Po battery-Lightweight for great flight performance

Wingspan 16.5 in (419.1mm)
Overall Length 13.6 in (346.1mm)
Flying Weight 1.34 oz (38.0g)
Motor Size 8mm Brushed
CG (center of gravity) 32mm back from LE at root
Prop Size 130mm x 70mm
Recommended Battery 3.7V 120mAh 1S LiPo
Aileron Yes
Elevator Yes
Rudder Yes
Throttle Yes
Flaps No
Retracts No
Approx. Flying Duration 6 minutes
Scale Ultra Micro
Steering Yes
Minimum Age Recommendation 14 years
Experience Level Intermediate
Recommended Environment Indoor/Outdoor
Is Assembly Required No

Replacement Parts: http://parkzone.com/Products/Default...rodID=PKZU1580



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Mods:
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Prop Adapter Mod: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...5#post16502532

#2 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 07:40 PM

Can't wait

#3 Faethor Jul 28, 2010 08:19 PM

This is real? Oh, NICE!

#4 Cheese5 Jul 28, 2010 08:22 PM

Cute little T-28! perfect to match your larger t-28! But I don't have a larger T-28:(. I was expecting a zero or warbird to dogfight the micro p-51:( Oh well next time!:popcorn:

#5 jmdlcar Jul 28, 2010 08:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dkintx (Post 15654844)
here ya go here it is dont drool too much.....
the new UM t-28!!!
get your excuse ready for the misses on why you gotta have this one!!

i shoulda called it in my poll thread but i didnt it still isnt a twin but i love my t-28

Overview
The ParkZone Ultra Micro Series T-28 comes out of the box with the original scale navy trim scheme, 4- Channel control, steerable nose wheel, and removable landing gear. Both the RTF and BNF come complete with Spektrum AR6400 DSM2 receiver so you can fly without the fear of interference and you can be flying in as little time as it takes to charger your included 120 mAh Li-po battery in its DC charger.

Features

Full 4-channel control-Flies just like its larger ParkZone 480 size brother
T-28 Design-Known great flying model with proven popularity
BNF version features Spektrum AR6400-Use with ANY DSM2 transmitter
Everything except TX included-Nothing else to buy. Just use your DSM2 TX and go fly.
Removable landing gear-Can be removed to lighten model and fly like gear are retracted
Steerable nose wheel-Makes taxiing and takeoff from ground possible
DC charger included-Recharges Li-Po battery in approximately 20 minutes
Uses included 120mAh Li-Po battery-Lightweight for great flight performance

I went to Parkzone home page and they don't sell it any more or it is to new cause it not there.

#6 darksiede Jul 28, 2010 08:37 PM

Ok, its cool and all they are coming out with a new plane.. I half expected exactly what they came out with,
its a natural lead-in product to get beginners to go bigger and more expensive...

On a different topic I gotta say this though.. several people on here seem to be in some sort of competition..
Is it really about who started the thread? Or who can post 1500 times in that thread?
How many OFFICIAL or OFFICIAL MODS threads do we need?

~Kev

#7 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 08:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jmdlcar (Post 15655290)
I went to Parkzone home page and they don't sell it any more or it is to new cause it not there.

theyll post it tomorrow morning everything always shows in australia first because theyre a day ahead so i snuck over to that side of the web to find it;)

#8 darksiede Jul 28, 2010 08:40 PM

Wingspan 16.5 in (419.1mm)
Overall Length 13.6 in (346.1mm)
Flying Weight 1.34 oz (38.0g)
Motor Size 8mm Brushed
CG (center of gravity) 32mm back from LE at root
Prop Size 130mm x 70mm
Recommended Battery 3.7V 120mAh 1S LiPo
Aileron Yes
Elevator Yes
Rudder Yes
Throttle Yes
Flaps No
Retracts No
Approx. Flying Duration 6 minutes
Scale Ultra Micro
Steering Yes
Minimum Age Recommendation 14 years
Experience Level Intermediate
Recommended Environment Indoor/Outdoor
Is Assembly Required No



Appears to be the heaviest UM yet.. with the same 8mm coreless motor, and one of the shortest flight durations..

~Kev

#9 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 08:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by darksiede (Post 15655302)
Ok, its cool and all they are coming out with a new plane.. I half expected exactly what they came out with,
its a natural lead-in product to get beginners to go bigger and more expensive...

On a different topic I gotta say this though.. several people on here seem to be in some sort of competition..
Is it really about who started the thread? Or who can post 1500 times in that thread?
How many OFFICIAL or OFFICIAL MODS threads do we need?

~Kev

i was just trying to show the product sir im not in any kind of competion to get the most views.... this isnt youtube sir its rcgroups, and saying that i just labled everything at first so we dont get 500 different threads on this plane that why its the FIRST and THE OFFICIAL THREAD..... i saw the product on and australian site and pulled it over here so americans could see it first dave let me know that they were telling everyone tomrrow so i say this over there and here you go here it is even before they annouced it just trying to show you what it is because i saw everyone was excited sorry to post another thread on the plane..... enjoy:popcorn:

#10 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by darksiede (Post 15655327)
Wingspan 16.5 in (419.1mm)
Overall Length 13.6 in (346.1mm)
Flying Weight 1.34 oz (38.0g)
Motor Size 8mm Brushed
CG (center of gravity) 32mm back from LE at root
Prop Size 130mm x 70mm
Recommended Battery 3.7V 120mAh 1S LiPo
Aileron Yes
Elevator Yes
Rudder Yes
Throttle Yes
Flaps No
Retracts No
Approx. Flying Duration 6 minutes
Scale Ultra Micro
Steering Yes
Minimum Age Recommendation 14 years
Experience Level Intermediate
Recommended Environment Indoor/Outdoor
Is Assembly Required No



Appears to be the heaviest UM yet.. with the same 8mm coreless motor, and one of the shortest flight durations..

~Kev

heavy yes but most of everyone who bought the mustang bought the hyperion batteries which allowed longer and more flight so batteries solves that problem and maybe its due to a better high output motor system???

#11 darksiede Jul 28, 2010 08:48 PM

I just stated it because there was already another thread on this topic started 12 minutes before this one.. I understand people are excitable ;)

And yes, Dave blew the lid off and made people go looking for leaked info just by announcing there would be an announcement tomorrow lol..

It is a shame however they just molded a new body with the SOS in it (Same old stuff) instead of taking any steps towards innovation.. IE: Brushless..

~Kev

PS: here is the leaked link site:
http://www.modelflight.com.au/produc...1-6387-11.html

#12 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 08:51 PM

ah i see why i didnt see it..... im sorry didnt mean to do that oh well its up and running now lol i was too busy copying and pasting lol didnt even look i saw dave on my pole and jetted to austrailian sites!! and UNGN said it would be a plane they had in their cad files and man was he right i bet they do and upgrade like the sukhois and use the airforce scheme and sell a whole crap load more after that

#13 DMRaver Jul 28, 2010 08:55 PM

That'd be awsome if this is real! How did you hear about it dkintx? When is it scheduled to be released?

#14 RM_Sparks Jul 28, 2010 08:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DMRaver (Post 15655447)
That'd be awsome if this is real! How did you hear about it dkintx? When is it scheduled to be released?

theyll tell us the release date tomorrow morning which we all know means mid night.... and i believe it is because it was posted on a reliable rc site based in australia ill look again and see if i cant get a bigger scoop on this i just quickly threw all of this together with pictures and all:rolleyes:

#15 Cheese5 Jul 28, 2010 09:00 PM

Hey dkintx, you know what would be cool? modifying your larger T-28 to carry your smaller t-28!:D The new micro t-28 has an interesting setup, heavier that the current mustang and has a smaller motor(8mm instead of 8.5mm) Hmm, can't wait to see the full specs and maybe a video tomorrow!:popcorn:


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