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Durafly T-28 Trojan Naval Aviation Centennial Edition

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  • dominicm
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Jun 2015
    • 168

    Durafly T-28 Trojan Naval Aviation Centennial Edition

    A new version of the T-28 Trojan in, what I think, is the best scheme Durafly have ever applied to a model. Takes a few minutes to assemble, drop in a receiver and setup the transmitter. No decals to apply. It comes out of the box as you see it on the box. In the air the most noticeable characteristic is how slow it will fly. With the air brake out and the flaps extended it will crawl along and keep well within a small flying field like mine. This T-28 is also highly aerobatic and it would make an excellent 2nd RC plane for the relative beginner after they have mastered something like a Bixler 1.1 for learning the basics. The model comes with a frame to help in installing FPV gear under the canopy. I'm looking forward to trying that out myself. Here's my flight test of Durafly's latest offering.

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  • J Boyle
    With malice towards none
    • Oct 2004
    • 9812

    A nice looking model and a great paint scheme, but it's not a correct operational scheme.
    It may have been a "one off" commemorative design, but the T-28s in Navy training service were orange and white.
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