|Jul 21, 2010, 09:10 PM|
Parkzone Stinson Reliant SR-10
well the cats out of the bag, in Australia heres the new offering
ParkZone's first civilian scale Z-foam parkflyer. A classic scale civilian parkflyer that will be unique in this class and construction
HH Site info
* NEW RELEASE
There is currently NO PRICING INFORMATION available for this - we will update pricing and availability as soon as possible
* Optional Flaps installation via single servo
* 480 BL motor-Lots of power and performance
* 5-channel control-Control and flight performance the modeler wants
* Classic looks and performance-Vintage appeal with modern day flight performance
* Z-foam construction-Very durable, lightweight and repairable
* Fixed tail dragger landing gear-Allows for scale takeoffs and landings
Built in 1938, the Stinson Reliant is as much a work of art as a work of engineering. The combination of its gracefull lines and unique wing shape give you the sense it's reaching for the sky even when it's parked on the ramp.
It comes out of the box loaded with scale details like an authentic paint scheme and markings, simulated ribbing in the wings, a simulated radial engine, accurately modeled landing gear and much more. A robust Parkzone 480 brushless motor power system provides plenty of power for everything from half throttle cruising to full throttle sport aerobatics. And it will do it all with the same smooth sport flying manners you've come to expect from a Parkzone plane.
Specs list for PKZ5280
Wingspan 49.6 inch (1260 mm)
Length 33.5 inch (850 mm)
Weight 37.1 oz (1050g)
Motor 480 Brushless
ESC E-Flite 30 AMP
Battery 11.1v 1800mAh Li-Po
Radio 5 Channel required
this looks like a very nice plane and one i think i will be adding to my collection
|Jul 21, 2010, 09:22 PM|
Do I want the instant gratification that comes from buying a foamy that several other guys will also have - or do I want to enjoy the satisfaction of building my very own Reliant from a Tritle short kit and ending up with a model that is uniquely my own?
It's not a difficult question - I'll do both.
|Jul 21, 2010, 09:44 PM|
I thought the Super Cub was the first civilian plane done in Z-Foam by Parkzone. Not nearly and nice and this one but first none the less. I do like this one. WOuld be nice to see a set of floats on it.
|Jul 21, 2010, 09:48 PM|
Joined Aug 2007
|Jul 21, 2010, 10:07 PM|
I have a Super Cub right in front of me and it still didn't register. LOL! When I think Hobbyzone I think Firebird Phantom.
|Jul 21, 2010, 11:05 PM|
First thing I thought after seeing that is...wonder if a turnigy 35-42 will fit...
Still...will probably get the bf109. Lovely plane though. Love the wing shape.
|Jul 21, 2010, 11:28 PM|
The gull-winged Reliant is being modeled to death. It's about time. Wait until you see my Peps-Cola SR-7 executive aircraft version.
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