|08-21-2010, 10:53 AM||#1|
I am: rick machin
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T-28- like plane
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I've got some depron, some fff and some epp and carbon fiber, as well as a bunch of motors, receivers, servos and batteries. My question as- does anyone know of a set of plans to build a low-wing aileron plane that would fly closest to a t-28 trojan? I've built and flown a bunch of ret planes and I think I'm ready for a trojan, but I don't want to spend the money and bury such a beautiful plane if I'm not. Any help and/or advice is greatly appreciated.
|08-21-2010, 01:40 PM||#2|
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I am: Dave
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Re: T-28- like plane
The Parkzone Trojan is a marvelous flying airplane. I assume you like it due to its
warbird looks ?? Its success is a combination of ample wing loading, weight and
durability. With the steerable nosewheel,tipovers aren't much of a problem.
I built mine out of seperate components, with a smaller motor and not too high
on the aileron rates it flew like a trainer but would still loop and roll nicely. A paved
school park lot allowed for beautiful takeoffs and landings...about 20 feet. Hard to
duplicate this one I think.
You could have a look at " The Big Nasty" which is a mid wing foamie but not really
a warbird design.
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