E-flite Carbon-Z T-28 BNF Basic / PNP

E-flite Carbon-Z T-28 BNF Basic / PNP

The E-flite Carbon-Z  T-28 airplane is a big warbird model with all the benefits that make RC flight fun. Exclusive Carbon-Z construction allows a large airplane such as this tbe rigid like a conventional all-wood airframe, yet lightweight sit can have friendly flying characteristics. Plus, the durability of the Z-Foam™ material means that any bumps along the way are simple trepair. Numerous scale details include a cockpit with instruments and pilot figure while the fitted cowl highlights a dummy radial engine. Of course, nwarbird would be complete without functional flaps and operational retracts—both are factory installed. Today, Carbon-Z delivers “Big Foam” with a platform that’s as friendly as the iconic ParkZone T-28, yet maintains all of the above benefits for an experience that’s impressive at the field and in flight.


  • Easy tcomplete final assembly
  • AS3X technology delivers flight performance that’s rock-solid
  • Electric retractable tricycle landing gear (installed)
  • Operational flaps with individual servos (installed)
  • Rigid Carbon-Z construction for a rigid airframe
  • Scale appearance with cockpit and radial engine detail
  • Spektrum™ 6-channel AR636A DSMX® receiver
  • Powerful 60-Size brushless power system (installed)
  • (7) High-quality, metal-gear servos (installed)
  • Large canopy hatch with latch closure
  • Accepts a range of 6S 22.2V Li-Pbatteries from 3500–5000mAh
  • Two-piece, bolt-on wings and stabilizers
  • Vivid trim scheme with U.S. Navy inspired graphics
  • Spinner hub and 2-blade propeller  (included)
  • Flat-style pin hinges on the ailerons, rudder and elevator
  • Scale landing gear strut details and two-piece main gear doors


Wingspan: 78.0 in (198.0 cm)
Length: 63.0 in (162.0 cm)
Wing Area: 1073 sq in (70.0 sq dm)
Flying Weight: 12.0 lb (5.5 kg)
Construction: Carbon-Z® technology
Flaps: Yes
Retracts: Yes
Motor Size: 60-size outrunner
Receiver: Spektrum™ AR636 with AS3X® technology  BNF Only
Speed Control: 60-amp brushless ESC
Radio: 6+ channel with Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DSMX® Technology
Servos: (6) metal gear mini analog, (1) metal gear micranalog
Rec. Battery: 5000mAh 6S 22.2V 30C Li-P(EFLB50006S30)

EFL1350 – Carbon-Z T-28 BNF Basic with AS3X Technology – $569.99
EFL1375 – Carbon-Z T-28 PNP – $519.99


Updated: July 16, 2015 — 9:41 AM


  1. I’m considering to purchase this aircraft, though I’m always a little Leary of being an early adaptor when A product first hits the market. However, in this case I’m a little less patient and want to find out of anybody reading this has already bought this model. If so, how do you feel about your purchase? Can you tell us anything about this bird other than what has been briefly described in the marketing material. Do you feel that it is a good value for the price? Repairability? Etc., etc..

    1. I haven’t bought one yet myself, however I think its to expensive !

  2. The T-28 in this issue you call a Mentor when it is a Torgan. The Mentor was made by Beechcraft

  3. Dan, I now have 3 flights on mine. I have been flying for 30+ so I,ve had flown lots of different planes. I will have to say that I absolutely love mine. It is big and impressive looking and flys superb. It flys light and will really slow down to a crawl with the flaps down, but it will also fly fast when called to. High speed low passes are a blast. Landings are a breeze. The plane has quality components and when you consider that you don’t have to add anything but your own battery, I believe it is a very good value. As far a repairablily goes, it should be easy as any foam plane, and ofcourse since it is an e-flite plane replacement parts will be readily available. Just realize that it is BIG. I have to take the wing off to get it in my Toyota Tachoma, but that only requires taking out the four wing bolts and detaching the leads with is no more difficult than any of my big planes. So if you want a big impressive warbird that won’t break the bank you can’t go wrong here.

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