This is the Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Ready to Fly, Select Scale F4U Corsair from Flyzone.
Construction: AeroCell foam, factory painted, molded-in panel lines Motor: Brushless 35-36-920kV Landing Gear: Rotating retractable with functional doors Radio: 2.4GHz Tactic TTX600 6-channel with digital trim, trainer system, SLT receiver, five micro servos and four AA batteries Battery: 3S 11.1V 2100mAh LiPo *If replacing battery with the battery listed in optionals, the Star Plug Male to SuperTigre ESC Connector (SUPM0040) must be purchased Battery Charger: ElectriFly DC LiPo balancing charger Propeller: 12x6 plastic, black in color
RTF F4U Corsair with Brushless Power System, 2.4GHz Radio, Battery, Charger, four AA Cells, LED Navigation Lights, Pilot Figure, Replica Radial Engine and Instruction Manual
Wingspan: 48.5" (1230mm) Wing Area: 426 sq in (27.5 sq dm) Wing Loading: 16 oz/sq ft (49 g/sq dm) Length: 38.5" (980mm) RTF Weight: 48 oz (1360 g) Center of Gravity (CG): 2-7/8" (73mm) from the leading edge of the wing at the fuselage sides Control Throws: Low Rate High Rate Elevator Up & Down: 5/16" (8mm) 7/16" (11mm) Ailerons Up & Down: 11/16" (17.5mm) 7/8" (22mm) Rudder R & L: 13/16" (21mm) 1-1/4" (32mm)
The first thing I wanted to say about this plane is that I am amazed with the detail I'm building it. It is a very well designed plane. You can replace and get to every piece of the plane you could imagine. I've crashed this plane into the ground, which ended up bending the landing gear. I was able to take the gear out of the plane, and not only that but take all the pieces off of the metal rod to re-bend it. It's super durable and parts are reasonable. I've had a handful of planes and this one by far is the easiest to work on. Very user friendly. I would recommend it to anyone.
Steer75 - NH
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