Flyzone F4U-1A Corsair - RTF

Brand: Flyzone

Part Number: H-FLZA4030

£163.48 Web Price RRP £188.99

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The Select Scale Warbirds are defi ned by their excellent appearance
and fl ight characteristics. In addition to authentic paint scheme, the
model surfaces are highly detailed with metal panel seams and
covered sections, and of course a robust, functioning retractable
landing gear! With their strong brushless motors grass-strip take-offs
are no problem, and once airborne, the warbirds are surprisingly stable.
High speed range and effective rudder control make for real dog-fight
manoeuvrability, and add to fl ying excitement. Solo fl y-pasts with
varying speeds are particularly attractive, but fl ying in formation with
a group of other warbirds will be an unforgettable experience! If you
are looking for a compact, uncomplicated warbird, then our Select Scale
Warbirds are exactly the right choice for you!

Technical specification:
Wingspan 1230 mm
Wing area 27,5 dm2
Weight 1360 g
Wing loading 49 g/dm2
Length 980 mm

Recommended: - Order no: TACJ2652, R/C set TTX650
- Order no: GPMP0861, LiPo battery 3S 2200 mAh
- Order no: SUPM0040, adapter Deans to 3.5 mm-Bullet


- Fully assembled AeroCell foam model
including 2.4 GHz 5-channel R/C system,
servos, retractable landing gear, brushless
motor and brushless ESC, airscrew
- Charger, 3S 2200 mAh LiPo battery
- Transmitter batteries (type AA), 4 pieces
- Detailed building and operating instructions

Box Size (Millimeter)

Length 1255 / Width 273 / Height 210

Product Manuals


  • Brand: Flyzone
  • Part No: H-FLZA4030
  • Power: Electric
  • Assembly Level: RTF (Ready to Fly)
  • Flying Style:
    • Scale
    • Sport
    • Trainers

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