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The link to F4U Corsair .46-.55 GP EP ARF 58.5" has been copied
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Construction: Balsa and ply
Wings: Two-piece with NACA airfoils, two aluminum joiner tubes
Aileron Control: Dual servo
Covering: Hangar 9 UltraCote
Motor Mount: Plywood
Engine Mount: Two piece composite plastic
Landing Gear: Retractable with CNC machined struts, two 3" (76mm) foam main wheels, 1" (25.4mm) rubber wheel
Servo Extensions: Two 12-18" for ailerons, length depends on where receiver is located
Retract Servos: Two mechanical retract servos such as the Futaba S3170G
Receiver Battery: 4.8-6V / 800-1200mAh NiMH
A must-have for military modelers!
Compatible with glow or electric power, the 58.5" span F4U Corsair GP/EP ARF boasts impressive scale detail and built-in mechanical retracts. Other highlights include a high-quality, factory-covered trim scheme, a full-depth cockpit, instrument panel and pilot figure and a removable top hatch.
Designed for glow or electric power.
Factory-covered in high-quality film.
High-quality balsa/ply construction.
Wings with NACA airfoils.
High-quality hardware package included.
Designed electric power.
Designed glow power.
Scale outline is enhanced by the lightweight fiberglass cowl.
Full-depth cockpit, instrument panel and pilot included.
Retractable landing gear with CNC suspension metal struts.
Removable top hatch for easy installation/removal of radio gear and LiPo batteries.
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Gumby4.0 star rating
Review by Gumby on 24 Nov 2018review stating Instruction manual
Beautiful Corsair! Instruction manual needs more detail on the construction of the plane and not so much on the cosmetics. Massive amounts of nose weight to get it to balance, and that's with a Magnum XL52 four stroke. Probably won't be able to fly until spring.
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Review by Camrcflyer on 15 Oct 2017review stating Solid aircraft, simple assembly
I have purchased several Phoenix models and the Corsair is by far the best. Solid construction, decent retracts and a great fiberglass cowl. I had to enlarge the retract servo mounting holes in the wing as I used full size standard servos and they work great. A Saito 82 is my power plant, I fly at about 5,600 feet elevation and that provides me with plenty of power. The model does require significant nose weight so be very careful with the CG. The maiden flight required a couple of clicks down trim and that was all. Good flyer, looks good in the air.
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Review by Treestalker1 on 28 Sep 2018review stating Solid construction
Build was straightforward. Retract servo placement locations needed some minor alterations to accommodate the Hitec low profile servos. Did have to add a pound of lead to the nose area to get it to cg at 3.5 inches from le. Using the magnum xls 52 four stroke for power. Have yet to maiden. Overall very satisfied with construction and covering is well applied.
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Patrick5.0 star rating
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Review by Patrick on 15 Sep 2018review stating great place to shop
good plane but landing gear is suited best for paved surface
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Warbird g.4.0 star rating
Review by Warbird g. on 23 Oct 2020review stating Excellent warbird
Since my Corsair was going to be electric I sprayed the covering with Rustoleum matte clear to give it a weathered look. Callie graphics replaced the included decals which I couldn’t get to transfer properly. A 55mm motor, an 80A BEC ESC, and a 6S 5000 mah lipo give the plane plenty of power and lessened the need for additional nose weight. Flying: This Corsair flies well but comes in hot without flaps so it’s a good thing the retracts are angled well forward . All in all a beautiful warbird.
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