View Poll Results: Add Another Option: BMN (Bare Minimum Necessities)
no batteries, no charger, and no tx! $59.99(BMN) 767 86.47%
were just asking for too much 120 13.53%
Voters: 887. You may not vote on this poll

Thread Tools
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:04 PM
RM_Sparks is offline
Find More Posts by RM_Sparks
We Do It With FRQZ
RM_Sparks's Avatar
i put a link at the top of my source
Sign up now
to remove ads between posts
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:16 PM
darksiede is offline
Find More Posts by darksiede
Foaming at the mouth..
darksiede's Avatar
That $159.99 msrp is the Australian price, it will likely fall into the same pricing as the current P-51 & XP for both the RTF & BNF editions..

~Kev
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:18 PM
bbevel is offline
Find More Posts by bbevel
Registered User

Yay


I cannot wait. I'll order two. Come'on corsair, zero, ME-109, etc., etc.

I love these little micros.
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:19 PM
RM_Sparks is offline
Find More Posts by RM_Sparks
We Do It With FRQZ
RM_Sparks's Avatar
do the aussies use the american $ sign cause thats wats on the website but yes i agree itll be either $79 like the p-51 or $99 like the xp at first then drop to the $80 range
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:24 PM
jmdlcar is offline
Find More Posts by jmdlcar
Registered User
When I was in Australian in 1968-1969 there $ was not the same as ours. I think there $ was 2 for 1 of ours.
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:34 PM
Cheese5 is offline
Find More Posts by Cheese5
Registered User
Cheese5's Avatar
Is it just the picture or just me, the prop on the um t-28 looks like it is almost touching the ground. Have any more info on the um t-28.
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:38 PM
bbevel is offline
Find More Posts by bbevel
Registered User
Cheese,

I think partly that is the angle of the photo but I imagine that the prop is close to the ground. With the two-blade prop, I think you need a longer prop than I real scale 3 or 4-blader. But, the nosewheel keeps the blade off the ground (usually), unlike a taildragger that can more easily nose over. Again, just my thoughts. I still cannot wait.

I wish we could get some fairly inexpensive 3 or 4-blade props, if that would even be feasible with these little motors.
Old Jul 28, 2010, 10:47 PM
RM_Sparks is offline
Find More Posts by RM_Sparks
We Do It With FRQZ
RM_Sparks's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by bbevel View Post
Cheese,

I think partly that is the angle of the photo but I imagine that the prop is close to the ground. With the two-blade prop, I think you need a longer prop than I real scale 3 or 4-blader. But, the nosewheel keeps the blade off the ground (usually), unlike a taildragger that can more easily nose over. Again, just my thoughts. I still cannot wait.

I wish we could get some fairly inexpensive 3 or 4-blade props, if that would even be feasible with these little motors.
check the p-51 mod thread people made their own 4 bladed props they were really cool but un effcient with these tiny motors....
Old Jul 28, 2010, 11:17 PM
Cheese5 is offline
Find More Posts by Cheese5
Registered User
Cheese5's Avatar
I think the prop is the same as the mustang but with a smaller motor. I'll just wait till tomorrow.
Old Jul 28, 2010, 11:28 PM
UNGN is offline
Find More Posts by UNGN
Power Wheels Guru
UNGN's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cheese5 View Post
I think the prop is the same as the mustang but with a smaller motor. I'll just wait till tomorrow.
Its not a smaller motor. It has to use the same motor as the 4site/Mustang/XP with the brick location dictating which wire length it uses.

8mm means 8.4mm. The 8.4mm has been called an 8mm motor many times in the past by Kyosho and HH.
Old Jul 28, 2010, 11:28 PM
RM_Sparks is offline
Find More Posts by RM_Sparks
We Do It With FRQZ
RM_Sparks's Avatar
its gonna be the same motor as the p-51 if this is the heaviest bird yet.....
Old Jul 29, 2010, 01:22 AM
Downsouth is offline
Find More Posts by Downsouth
Registered User
Downsouth's Avatar
Well...the wife aint gonna like this...only been in this for a month and have 2 UM p51's, a Playmate and a PZ T-28D. I gotta start selling some more pizza's to keep up with this new "habit"
Old Jul 29, 2010, 03:05 AM
Mcdyvie is offline
Find More Posts by Mcdyvie
Registered User
Mcdyvie's Avatar
OMG the wing is upside down!!!

JK.
Old Jul 29, 2010, 03:06 AM
AvistarAddict is offline
Find More Posts by AvistarAddict
Registered User
AvistarAddict's Avatar
Why did this have to come out on the day I told my girlfriend that I was gonna try to go a couple months without purchasing a new plane? If I just buy all the foam and decals, then put in the brick from my crashed P-51, that still counts as not buying a new plane, right? Right?!
Old Jul 29, 2010, 03:10 AM
RM_Sparks is offline
Find More Posts by RM_Sparks
We Do It With FRQZ
RM_Sparks's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by AvistarAddict View Post
Why did this have to come out on the day I told my girlfriend that I was gonna try to go a couple months without purchasing a new plane? If I just buy all the foam and decals, then put in the brick from my crashed P-51, that still counts as not buying a new plane, right? Right?!
agreed thats what i told my wife.... plus i dont think itll be here til september is what imbetting and thats two months so that counts also!!!


Thread Tools

Similar Threads
Category Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Discussion PZ Radian or PZ T-28????? rclab1 Beginner Training Area (Aircraft-Electric) 10 Jun 06, 2010 01:59 AM
Question Which is better for grass field pz t 28 or pz p51d bl friz Electric Warbirds 25 Mar 25, 2010 11:00 PM
Poll Which is better for grass field pz t 28 or pz p51d bl friz 3D Flying 0 Mar 22, 2010 09:20 PM
Sold TRADE PZ Corsair PNP for PZ T-28 HBPD Aircraft - Electric - Airplanes (FS/W) 4 Oct 14, 2009 01:18 AM
Wanted Will trade for PZ F4U or T-28... WWIIace Aircraft - Electric - Airplanes (FS/W) 0 Jun 12, 2009 12:41 PM