Newest Test Flight — ParkZone Corsair Ultra-Micro

Sep 01, 2011 No Comments by

Just went out to the flying field to commit aviation with my newest review plane, the F4U Corsair from ParkZone. this is part of the Ultra Micro series, this all foam pacific fighter takes only minutes to get ready to fly. Being a BNF I bound it to my JR X9303 2.4 transmitter and it is a blast to fly! watch for the review coming soon.

The model comes with two decal sets WWII’s more famous Corsair pilots – Ira “Ike” Kepford of the famed “Jolly Rogers” and Greg “Pappy” Boyington from the “Black Sheep Squadron”. I left my decals off.

Other great details includes a scale 3-bladed propeller, molded-in  panel lines and a nice clear canopy. It features full-house 4-channel control and it handles  much like its larger parkflyer bent wing brother

150mAh LiPo Battery and DC Charger are also included.

Stay tuned for flight photos!

This shot yesterday! Both the Corsair and the twin motor DH Mosquito Mk. VI fly great!

Gerry Yarrish

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