A Different Legend In Flight: The Corsair RC Airplane

 By: Jerrel Jones
An incredibly life-like replica of this fighter plane is now available to the delight of hobbyist who appreciate the joy of flying RC aircraft. The Parkzone Corsair rc controlled airplane won't disappoint by far the most demanding of pilots.

The History of the F4U Corsair is Wonderful

Its first flight was made from an airfield in Guadulcanal. This uniquely designed fighter soon after, was deployed from ships patrolling the Pacific Ocean.They carried more payload than jets and could stay on station longer, according to military historians. The Corsairs were used for 90% of all ground support missions for the first 10 months of the Korean War, by Navy and Marine Pilots.

Setting up the RC Plane is A Snap

An inverted gull wing design is incorporated with the design of the Parkzone Corsair. A maximum speed of 400 miles per hour is achieved with the unique configuration that helped the original planes to take off from the decks of air craft carriers. With the rc plane, the wing design enables the hobbyist to simply toss the plane up and see a great take off.A few minutes is all that is required to have your plane all set to fly. About the only requirement is for the pilot to secure the various components to their appropriate locations.

This is a checklist as to what you'll get with every single package: - Wing with aileron servos installed and connected to ailerons - Receiver in molded fuselage with motor, ESC, and elevator and rudder servos installed - three blade and blade propellers - 3 cell Lipoly 1800mAh battery - Charger with automobile accessory plug - Full range transmitter Spektrum DX5e 2.4GHz - Full range receiver Spektrum AR500 5-channel - Four double A batteries - Wing skids and Landing gear - Instruction guides

Excellent Fun With Flying the Corsair

Anybody who is serious about rc airplanes understands that the greatest test for this kind of plane involves its in-flight maneuverability. Based on some of the toughest critics in the hobby, the Parkzone Corsair is a delight to fly.It is adept at performing turns easily and can execute figure "8s" with complete efficiency. Not unlike the original that uses acrobatics to dodge enemy bullets, the Corsair's control unit allows for outstanding acrobatics.

The plane provides choices of a 2-blade or even a three-blade propeller. Many hobbyists have observed that by using the two-blade propeller, the plane executed better in climbs and also had better speed. More stability during flight is achieved using the 3-blade prop. Test-flyers observed that aerobatic maneuvers can be done with either type of prop, however the two-blade prop comes out more defined when it comes to rolls, loops, inverted flights and other moves."

The Parkzone Corsair rc controlled plane could be a legend in its own time, if history is any pointer. For the hobbyists who adore absolutely nothing more than watching one of these beautifully-crafted aircraft fly into sky, this plane will serve as a memory of the fighter planes that served in the war.
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