FMS T-28 V2 Red 800mm (31.5") Wingspan - PNP
FMS 800mm (31.5") T-28 Trojan Version 2 in Navy Trainer Red Color Scheme - Receiver Ready - FMS032
This is the new version 2 of the FMS 800mm T-28 Trojan. This plane is a massive improvement over the original version. The level of scale detail is much higher. This is a very good looking plane. Not only is the level of scale detail better, but the plane is much higher quality in addition to having hugely improved flight characteristics. The 800 T-28 V1 has marginal flight characteristics. This FMS 800mm T-28 V2 has much better flight characteristics.
- Many scale features including three blade painted propeller, steerable nose gear, one hand painted pilot figure, and US Navy trainer graphics
- Reinforced main landing gear and steerable nose gear
- Upgraded FMS proprietary servos
- Upgraded brushless motor - better quality
- Improved body design and Center of Gravity (CG) makes this version 2 easier to control
- Durable EPO foam construction
- 4 Channel Radio - Select a minimum 4 channel radio from our Radio Collection
- 4 Channel Receiver - Select a minimum 4 channel receiver from our Receiver Collection
- 2 Cell 7.4V 1300 mAh Lipo Battery with JST connector - EPR13002J
- 2 Cell Compatible Battery Charger - Select a minimum 2 cell (2S) charger from our Charger Collection
800mm / 31.5in
670mmm / 26.3in
2408-KV1700 Brushless Motor
20A Brushless ESC, JST Connector
Propeller / EDF
7x6 Three Blade Propeller
Fixed Main Gear, Steerable Nose Gear
2 Cell 7.4V 1300 mAh Lipo Battery with JST connector (required)
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FMS 800mm Warbirds are a Blast!
Love the way these FMS 800mm warbirds go together and fly. They are easy to modify for 3S power and they are a hoot to fly.
T28 Awesome plane to a
T28 Awesome plane to a real joy in the hands of any pilot
I got this as a park flyer and its a fun little plane to fly. with a 2s it flies scale very well, but if you toss in a 3s 1000mah battery it really screams. I had to cut a hole and glue a scoop for more cooling but on the stock motor and ESC it does great without overheating on both. I bought an extra just to have as a spare and i think i'm going to add flaps to this one just for kicks.
Motion RC is the Amazon of Radio Control
Always fast! Always correct and always superior products....can't beat it anywhere.
Great airplane, flies like the larger models. great glide rate and lands like a dream. A little fast for a beginner but perfect for intermediates.
Flys Beautifully , no need for gyro' stabilization assist ....
I'm sure all that new stabilization 'units' are fantastic for some applications, certainly not needed though with this plane. In a short time I have bought way too many planes from edf to pylon racers, this plane is so much fun and small enough to take anywhere. It's small yet substantial enough you can see it in the air and don't need to send it out into the stratosphere to have fun, 2s is great, 3's is even better, 4's is great but not needed. This plane is hard to destroy, very durable. Easy to assemble , maintain, fix , tends to take more punishment gracefully and in stride than my bigger planes. I would though like to leave a list of some cons though for prospective buyers,,,, just for the record: 1) ,,,,,?? 2) uh.....?? 3)...mmm...?? 4) ,,, check back later, I'm sure there was something.......... Things to make note of : Will hand launch like butter, but practice in tall grass of brush, until you get it right. Gear is fantastic, excellent engineering, snap latches for removal of mains,,/ nose gear ; allen screw (hex). Wheels are small as would be expected, pebbles on runway may tip plane over easily on landing after you have slowed down, taxi slow but steady enough to keep the momentum to be able to roll over most of the smaller pebbles and ruts, if any. Will launch off runway just about as quickly as you want it too, especially on 3s, ( but of course 2s is fine). Motor Removal ; take off cowling with the two side screws, there is a hole on either side in the foam to allow access to motor to mounting base assembly, I think they are allen/hex . Flies well inverted. Very impressively stable in no to mild wind, like any smaller plane , gusts over 7 or 8 mph will rock the wings and jostle the plane up or down a bit, but that should not be too much of a surprise. Always room in the car for this plane.
Blast on 3S!!
I have never flown this plane on 2s so I cannot comment on it. However, I did upgrade the ESC and put in a 1300mah 3s and this plane flies GREAT!!!!!! It truly did exceed my expectations for a plane this size!
Great First Warbird
This is not only my first Warbird, but my first low wing. It is a fun, stable and forgiving flier that I would suggest to anyone entering into Warbirds. Assembly was straight-forward and the CG appears to be accurate per the plans. FMS's foam construction is outstanding and the Motion RC team did a great job ensuring everything was in the box ready to assemble. Thanks Motion RC; you have an awesome team! I'm an intermediate flier and now have over 10 flights on he T-28 without any issues. I fly over a grass field which requires hand-launching and belly landings -- both are quite easy. With a small forward nudge the T-28 flies straight out of my hand and without any roll or yaw issues. With the landing gear removed for belly landings, I find it is is even more stable in the air. I do not use a gyro on this aircraft since it is so stable. Since the aircraft construction is so durable, I am yet to note any post landing structural or prop damage. I am still using the original 3 blade prop that arrived with the kit. I find it is stronger than the 4 blade on the Corsair as noted in other posts. I did place a thin strip of clear packing tape on the wing's leading edge which helps prevents dings. With each progressive flight I am finding this to be an excellent aerobatic trainer as well! I suggest pairing with a dual rate set-up to explore its envelope. I am flying with a Spectrum DX6; set up includes 3 modes (50%, 75% and 100% dual-rate throw at 30% Expo). At 75% or more dual-rate, snap rolls and loops are a breeze. At full throttle, I find this T-28 is fast yet forgiving. I typically fly at 50-75% throttle which provides about 8 min flight time on the suggested 2C, 1300mAh battery. The paint scheme not only looks terrific, but is a huge help minimizing disorientation. It really stands out, even at a distance. I have since progressed to flying the FMS F-4U Corsair. Thanks to the T-28, I am now enjoying many flights on the Corsair as well!
Good service and great products
Thanks Matt for resolving my issue with my esc and shipping a new one. I tested it today and they work perfectly. I felt the motor has lots of power. Can't wait to maiden her this weekend.