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We Review an exciting new model from ParkZone—The Extra 300 BNF and PNP

07/09/2010 by Jim Booker

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Since the announcement of the ParkZone Extra 300 there has been a lot of interest in this “hot rod” airplane. The Extra 300 is based on a general aviation airplane having extreme aerobatic capability. It introduces park flyers to a truly aerobatic airplane with the capability to perform all the maneuvers commonly associated with larger-sized RC airplanes. Our review takes a closer look at just what Mike McConville and the ParkZone team have designed into this high-performance model. It has lots of power for almost unlimited vertical climbs, larger control surfaces for wild aerobatics and a brilliant color scheme that makes it very easy to see in the sky. It is also extremely easy to assemble, as we will show you in this video. Overall, I am confident you are going to want to put an Extra in your hangar and be ready to fly whenever you have the opportunity.

Take a look at our video review of the Extra 300. This is a new direction for park flyers.