FMS T-28D V4 Plug-N-Play Electric Airplane (1400mm)

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  • Wingspan: 55.1 in (1400mm)
  • Overall Length: 46.7 in (1185mm)
  • Wing Area: 33.4 sq dm
  • Flying Weight: Approximately 86.4 oz (2450g)
  • Motor Size: 4258 KV650 motor
  • Radio: 6 Channel
  • Servos: (2) 9g Digital Metal Gear Servos, (5) 17g Digital Metal Gear Servos
  • CG (center of gravity): 3.1-3.3 in (80-85mm) from leading edge
  • Wing Loading: 73.3g/sq dm
  • Prop Size: 13x9, 3-blade propeller
  • Speed Control : 70A Brushless ESC with 5A SBEC
  • Recommended Battery: LiPo 14.8V 2600mAh 25C
  • Aileron: Yes
  • Elevator: Yes
  • Rudder: Yes
  • Flaps: Yes
  • Retracts: Yes
  • Approx. Flying Duration: 6 minutes
  • Experience Level: Intermediate
  • Recommended Environment: Outdoor
  • Assembly Time: 1-3 Hours
  • Is Assembly Required: Yes

This product is expected to become available for purchase on Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Wednesday, Aug 26 2020 (8 months ago)
FMS T-28D V4 Plug-N-Play Electric Airplane (1400mm)
Great plane. Flys good on a 4s, really great on a 5s and insane on a 6s. Critical to set cg at absolute neutral. That allows her to settle correctly when landing and you imput that final flare to bring it down on mains. If you land on the nose gear it will fail or bend. Nose gear is the weak point of this plane.i will always have this plane in my hanger!
Sunday, Mar 7 2021 (2 months ago)
FMS T-28D V4 Plug-N-Play Electric Airplane (1400mm)
The aircraft was easy to assemble. Hooking it up to the transmitter with appropriate adjustments was straight forward using a Spektrum 8.

The maiden flight showed the excellent T-28 flying manners I wanted.

Now for the problem....the landing gear! I have had 5 flights and the nose wheel collapsed on each landing. 4/5 were greasers and one was firm. a close look shows that the plastic parts are fragile as well as the linkage wires. The strut assembly appears robust. I had an expert assist me after the first nose collapse. We have not found a fix yet. This is a relatively expense kit and I am quite frustrated. I have considered locking the gear in a down position...but feel that's cheating myself on the true performance flying wise of this aircraft.