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 gyro stabilizer system provides superb stable flying even controlled by rookie pilot.
The self-stabilization of gyro system will help flying in any weather condition even in windy days.
3-level flight control assists(Beginner level with full assist/ Intermediate with partial assist/ Expert for manual control) help beginners learn to fly radio control airplane step by step.
XPILOT Stabilization System is a trustable flight control assistant that helps beginner get started to enjoy flying easily.
- Easily learn to fly with 3 levels- strong assist for beginner, soft assist for advanced, no assist for expert.
- Stabilize your plane in windy conditions.
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.
Very durable! Crashed this multiple times and no signs of damge. Flown on windy days and it still flys ok suprisingly for how small it is. I actually started flying it up high on windy days and learned how to use wind to glide with no to hardly any throttle. Had a blast with this lil plane. Finally destroyed after I lost battery power at approx 1000ft elevation. Tried to glide back out of fenced field and over road into a retrievable area. Lost it in road and a car ran it over. Not flyable anymore but I def got my moneys worth out of this great little plane. Im very impressed with how durable this foam is. Had an eflite years ago and one crash made their corsair unflyable. Im buying a Volantex P-51 now since I was so impressed with their corsair! Now I'll have 4 batteries
used for 2 days, survived tons of crashes. if u want to takeoff from ground, bend front landing gear forward. 3rd day turned on plane, paired. ailerons, rudder, elevator work, but no throttle whatsoever. overall a good plane for beginners.
This thing is awesome, my only issue with mine was the paint machine got the lines wrong around the cockpit xD! A little hand paint fixed that np. I've more than got my money's worth from all the enjoyment this gives me to fly. Intermediate mode is by far my favorite mode, it's very agile! The plane is good enough to fly at a friend and pull away quick when they duck at the last second on intermediate mode. Get some experience then gain altitude and try advanced to ease yourself into the hard stuff. Take your time and just enjoy flying this awesome RC! I've had hummingbirds, hawks, pigeons, and even an entire squadron of barn swallows chase this thing haha. Hitting the gas and losing them all is super fun. Only broke 1 prop so far, but it was my own fault for flying like a maniac into the tree. Remember this tip save the prop most of the time; dedicate to the crash and turn off the power to the engine before it hits anything. You will thank me later ^^/!