The American fighter F4U Corsair was an American navy fighter aircraft that
entered service with Allied air forces in World War II and the Korean War.
During World War II, it was the fighter the Japanese feared the most. The U.S.
Navy counted an 11:1 kill ratio for every F4U shot down.
This beautiful 2.4Ghz F4U Corsair is designed for the hobby enthusiast and offers
the characteristics of crash resistance, unique scale appearance and first-class
flight performance. Based on its full-scale counterpart, this American fighter
aircraft model has a high roll rate and even can do the loops, inverted flights,
and other aerobatic moves. Even a beginner can easily setup and stably fly this
model. It is also made as a highly maneuverable model for intermediate to expert
pilot. This model includes a 4 channel radio transmitter, a speed controller,
electric out runner brushless motor, and 4 micro electric servos. Also, The
airplane comes completely pre-painted and decorated, the servos and electronics
are pre-installed, and the brushless out runner motor and speed control are
installed and ready for use. You will definitely enjoy flying this model.
Radio Installation and Completion
The radio is installed. I had to check the movement of the servos. There is
no expo or dual rate on the transmitter which I thought was a problem. I
investigated the rather active
build thread on the Corsair, and the good folks there told me the plane flew
like a pussycat. I was concerned because the rudder has a lot of movement.
Basically, you get it as the manufacturer designed it. You can't really adjust
anything other than the ailerons but there is no need to do so.
I was concerned the control surface of the rudder moved too much, and if this
plane had any stall tendencies I would be in trouble if I could not control my
left thumb. Well, was I ever wrong. This plane does fly like a pussycat. Take a
look at the wing loading at only 12.91 oz./ sq. ft., and you basically have a
trainer in Corsair clothing. It was a blast with plenty of power and a motor
that was almost silent. I loved the style and grace of the Corsair, and I
enjoyed watching the plane instead of being worried I was going to get into
I put the plane through just about every maneuver, and it rose to the
occasion. Most importantly, it was controllable, and I found nothing that
bothered me. I can now see why so many in the thread above have become fans of
this plane. They do everything to it including retracts, scale components, paint
and install a pilot since they know this plane will last a while.
Taking Off and Landing
Takeoffs were not what I expected. Little prop torque was noticed. I applied
gentle throttle, and that moved the Corsair easily down the runway. There is not
a lot of room between the prop and the ground as the tail rises, but there never
was in the original either. The takeoffs are smooth and under control. Landings
are where the Corsair really shines. No stalls of any kind. I was able to bring
the plane in with a variety of speeds. It is not a plane that you have to land
Aerobatics/Special Flight Performance
The plane is not a rocket. The vertical climb-out is realistic. It loops,
rolls and with that large amount of rudder, immelmanns, and spins. I was
comfortable doing these maneuvers, and they looked very realistic.
Is This For a Beginner?
I would have to say this plane flies better than some trainers I have flown.
It is stable and not over responsive. I know from reading it is easily
repairable, so that should be considered. I flew mine many times, and the gear
stayed in place, and I had no damage from numerous landings. I have flown other
Corsairs with completely different results, so don't let that warbird stigma for
tough flying keep you from flying this Corsair
4 Channel Full Function Radio Controlled (Aileron, Elevator, Rudder, Taxi) |
New 2.4GHz technology, with the functions of automatic identification and
precise code pairing, strong anti-jamming, and allow more than 20 aircrafts to
fly at the same field at same time
Full aerobatic characteristics; inside loops, outside loops, axial rolls,
inverted flight, knife edge, stall turns, hammerheads, and spins are possible
State of the art components such as Brushless Out runner High Torque Motor,
Sensor less 20amp Brushless Speed Control, and 1300mah 11.1 Volt Li-Po Battery
Excellent simulation, Classical “F4U Corsair” decals, Perfect appearance, It
even can become as an outstanding artwork
The flying speed is quick and stability is outstanding, regardless the high or
The Anti-wind performance is good, you can take off the Radio Control system
completely when up-wind flight
It is lighter than the same size and style airplane models
The lifting force is strong, glide is extremely stable. It can finish loops,
inverted flight and rolls and other aerobatics easily
The entire fuselage uses the modulation structural design
Assembly is simple, function is stable and reliable, and maintenance is
Rudder helps steer plane on ground on its scale landing gear for easy take off
Ready to Fly in Just Minutes!
Super tough, lightweight airframe!
Perfect appearance and emulation (Scale appearance, great attention has been
given to details)
Shock Resistant Reinforced Fuselage and Strong Wings
Can Take Off From Ground or Hand Launched
Ground Take-Off can be performed easily
Huge Wing size, Excellent Flight Performance
Super easy and super stable electric powered scale R/C park flyer for beginner
or middle-level users
Stable inverted flight
Fuselage with pre-installed electronics and brushless motor
Superb Quality, Simply the Best RTF Plane you can find!!!
Super stable for beginner, Super low speed for safety, Super low altitude for
Fabricated by accurate molds with high fidelity of real airplane
One of the Best Looking Plane in the market
Excellent stability and aerobatic capability
Detailed Body Structure
High roll rate
Digital Proportional Motor Speed Control
Crash Resistant Construction
Easy to Fly, Easy to Control, Super stable for beginner
Slow Speed Flying Capable, Good for Beginner
Suitable for both beginners and experienced pilots
Best choice for Beginner - Advanced pilots
Approximately 20 minutes flight time on each charge - Optional Li- poly battery
will help to achieve better performance and longer flight time.
All spare parts and accessories are available
Complete Kit, Ready to Fly, Easy to Assemble (Everything is included and 90%
assembled -- only required 8 AA batteries for the transmitter to start flying)
Wingspan: 1000mm (39.37 inch) |
Length: 835mm (30.8 inch)
Flying Weight: 700g (20 oz)
Drive System: Brushless Out Runner High Torque Motor
Propeller: 3 Paddles
Speed Controller: 20A Brushless ESC
Servo: 4X 9g high speed micro servos
Battery: 11.1V 1300mah Li-Polymer
Control system: 4 CH Multifunctional FM Radio Transmitter and Receiver
Radio Control Range: 3000 feet (1000m)
Airplane (90% assembled) |
4 Channel 2.4Ghz Radio Transmitter
Wall Battery Balance Charger
High Quality Rechargeable 11.1V 1300mah Li-Polymer Battery