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Win a Parkzone T-28 Trojan PKZ4400 Radio Controlled Plane

PUBLISHED: 15:59 27 February 2009 | UPDATED: 15:59 07 September 2010

The T-28 Trojan was a piston-powered U.S. military trainer used in the 1950?s through the early 1970?s. The original Trojan had a frameless canopy and an impressive engine that gave it a top speed exceeding 280 mph. Now you can pilot a ready-to-fly, elect

The T-28 Trojan was a piston-powered U.S. military trainer used in the 1950’s through the early 1970’s.

The original Trojan had a frameless canopy and an impressive engine that gave it a top speed exceeding 280 mph. Now you can pilot a ready-to-fly, electric scale replica of this historical warbird. Equipped with an outrunner brushless motor and 3-cell 1800mAh Li-Po battery, ParkZone’s T-28 Trojan is a powerful, high performance aircraft.

The Trojan is perfect for the experienced pilot who would rather spend his time flying a mighty scale replica airplane than building one. Charge-and-Fly convenience, outstanding flight performance and beautiful scale detail with the T-28 Trojan you get it all.

Specifications: Wing Span: 44 in (1118mm) Overall Length: 36 in (914mm) Flying Weight: 30 oz (875 g) Motor Size: PKZ 480 960Kv outrunner brushless motor Radio: 35 MHz 5+ channel FM proportional ZX10 Servos: Four 3-wire servos Trim Scheme Colors: White fuselage and wing with orange, black and blue decals Prop Size: 9.5 x 7.5 Speed Control : E-flite® 25A brushless (EFLA1025) Recommended Battery: 3-cell 1800mAh Li-Po battery (PKZ1031) Aileron: Proportional Elevator: Proportional Rudder: Proportional Throttle: Proportional Approx. Flying Duration: 12-15 minutes on 1800mAh Li-Po Approx. Assembly Time: 20 minutes Charger: 2-3 cell DC Li-Po charger Landing Gear: Wire nose gear and main gear, foam wheels Steering: Steerable nose gear No gluing, no painting, no radio installation, no hassles - JUST FLY !!!

To win simply answer the following question:

Q What was the top speed of the original Trojan

a) Below 190 mph

b) 280+ mph

c) 250 mph

Competition closes on Friday 31st March 2009.


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