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Old 11-28-2012, 03:20 PM   #1
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Hi people, there is an older version of the parkzone t28 for sale listed as new. It's rtf now discontinued,old style rx and tx. Would it sill be worth buying and upgrading?

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Noddy,

I guess it would depend on the deal. I remember paying about $200 USD for mine a couple of years ago at my LHS. I don't believe the airframe has changed. You can always toss the tx and rx and use your own anyway.

I can say that it's a great plane and I've since hopped mine up a bit

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Noddy,

I guess it would depend on the deal. I remember paying about $200 USD for mine a couple of years ago at my LHS. I don't believe the airframe has changed. You can always toss the tx and rx and use your own anyway.

I can say that it's a great plane and I've since hopped mine up a bit

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I agree will have to go below 80 can get a new pnp for about 110

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