VOLANTEXRC F4U Corsair 4CH Warbird Airplane with Xpilot Stabilizer - One-key Aerobatic RTF 761-8

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Remote Control Airplane for Beginner: the best rc airplane, easy to control, completely assembled Ready-To-Fly (RTF) for quick start

The F4U Corsair is a small size 4-channel rc warbird for beginner with great sport performance and easy to do aerobatics. Due to the integrated Xpilot gyro stabilizer system, with over-grade powerful motor system, the plane flies stably, react nimbly and able to do aerobatics even in little windy environment.

With one-key aerobatic function that includes “flip” and “roll”, means that the airplane can do aerobatic automatically in two direction if you turn it into beginner mode and use this function. Everyone could enjoy the aerobatic flight even if he/she is a new pilots.


“Lighter is easier”. A lighter rc airplane is easier to fly. The Expanded polypropylene (EPP) foam construction provides a lightweight yet resilient airframe that will make for fun-filled, adrenaline-fueled dogfights.


Great Remote Control Airplane: Easy to Control

XPILOT Stabilization System is a trustable flight control assistant that helps beginner get started to enjoy flying easily. It helps flying in windy environment and provides super stable flying even controlled by rookie pilots. 3-level flight control assistants (Beginner level with full assist/ Intermediate with partial assist/ Expert for manual control) help beginners learn to fly rc glider airplane step by step.


Innovative Propeller Saver Design

The newly designed propeller is built in a way that if a crash happens, it will snap of saving the entire motor and plane from breaking, you can easily plug the propeller back and fly again.

Gear Box Power System

The gear box system provides more thrust and power to increase the rc airplane's speed and helps save the battery's power, allowing the plane to fly longer time, about 20 minutes.

Ready to Fly (RTF)

Within 2 minutes after unpacking, you will be able to get started and enjoy the fun while others are figuring out how to glue and assemble their planes!

What's more?! The fully assembled package will make it portable with you whereever you go, to picnic, hiking etc.

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Channel 4-Channel 4-Channel 4-Channel 4-Channel 3-Channel 3-Channel
Wingspan 15.8inch (400mm) 15.8inch (400mm) 15.8inch (400mm) 19.7inch (500mm) 23.6inch (600mm) 15.8inch (400mm)
Flight Range 656 ft 656 ft 656 ft 656 ft 656 ft 656 ft
Flight Time About 20min About 20min About 20min About 20min About 20min About 20min
Assembly Required NO NO NO NO NO NO
Xpilot Stabilization
One Key Aerobatics    
One Key U-Turn


Version Ready to Run/Fly
Length (in) 12.500000
Wingspan / Width (in) 15.700000
Flying/Running Weight (lbs) 0.1
Material EPP Foam
Motor 10mm coreless motor
Speed Control None
Servo 1.3-g servo*2pcs(3-CH)
Recommended Battery 3.7V 360mAh lipo battery
Charger USB Cable
Radio 2.4Ghz 4-Channel
Flaps No
Flying Time 14 minutes
For Age Over 14 years
Experience Level Beginners
Where To Play Outdoor
Is Assembly Required No
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Joe G.
First ever flight surprisingly smooth!

Never done this before but this worked remarkably well for a total newbie like me. First, the wheels seem to be decorative. The screws that hold them on don't go in and I gave up and used glue instead rather than break the wing. Maybe if I find a smoother surface or get better at landings I'll find differently, but at the moment I think they're just there to take some of the hit on a landing. It took a couple of tries to launch by hand and the propeller popped off, quite a few times, but the safety release feature saved it remarkably well. I ruined one of the three when I briefly tried to turn off the flight assist and stalled into a spin that dropped me 100 feet nose first into the ground. But other than that they held up even to hitting trees twice and no damage to the plane itself. I was flying on a soccer field, which seems about the minimum size area you can use this guy for, and getting a sense of the speed and turn radius will take some time, but I expect this will be durable enough to survive my dumb mistakes as I teach myself. I was able to fly around for about 15 minutes on the batter and even discovered a second came in the plane. I had loads of fun and will be out again with it tomorrow! One person found this helpful

Robert St. Croix
Easy and fun for the beginner

Have you ever wanted to fly wingman to "Pappy" Boyington in a F4U Corsair while looking for Japanese convoys around the Solomon Islands during WW2? Well this isn't quite that experience, but for the price, its pretty fun none the less. After pairing the remote, the aircraft is pretty much ready to fly out of the box. I tried it with and with out the landing gears and I prefer with out. I fly in a park and the gears really serve no purpose since they will not roll on grass. Hand launching is the best method and belly landing

Super fun plane, perfect for new flyer!

This little plane is so much fun! This is a great product and a great price! I have never flown an RC plane before but after watching a lot of videos on YouTube about how easy these words are fly, I decided to give it a try, even though everyone says Corsairs are hard to fly. This Plane really is super easy to fly even if you have never flown before. Put it in beginner mode, throw it into the wind and off it goes. My first flight everything was going great, into the wind and with the wind, turns, no problem oh, very easy to control, the gyro really stabilizes it even in the Wind, it was a pleasure to fly. Unfortunately I wasn't paying attention for a second and it did run into a big bush, so I had to climb into it to retrieve the plane but I did lose one of my propellers. No problem, it comes with two extra propellers and it snaps on so easy, and off it went again. No real learning curve here, just get it in the air and have fun. As I get a little more confidence I will go to intermediate mode, and I guess eventually expert mode with no gyro. Then I will feel comfortable going to how much larger plane. Give this little guy a shot, it's so much fun and you can get this so much quicker through Amazon then you can from China from the other well-known site(Banggo*d).

tip stalls way to easy

This thing will high speed and low speed tip stall like it's going out of style, so make sure, that when flying, you have enough distance to recover. Make sure you understand that you have to roll out of a tip stall on scale warbirds. Overall, worse than the t-28 they have but not anything more than I would expect from a scale warbird of this size. There just isn't enough wing area for that Uniquely shaped f4u wing with the dip down to create enough lift for it to do too well in the air.

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