Fun Scale Corsair (oz14496)


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Dynaflite Fun Scale Corsair. Radio control scale model WWII fighter. Wingspan 54 in, wing area 569 sq in. For .40 engines.

As requested on the wanted page :)

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Update 11/4/2023: Added kit instructions, 18 pages, as posted on RCGroups by vamodelbuilders at

Quote: "Introduction: Thank you for the purchase of our new 'Fun Scale Corsair'. The CHANCE VOUGHT F4U CORSAIR was one of our all time premiere WWII Naval Fighters. It was the first naval fighter to go past 400 mph, a record set on October 1st, 1940. Using a Pratt & Whitney R-2800-8 Double Wasp 18 cylinder radial air-cooled engine with a two-stage two-speed supercharger, with 2000 hp.

The Corsair was fast, hard to shoot down and a very good looking aircraft, making for a very popular modelers project, but until now a very difficult one indeed. So Dynaflite creates an easy to build, fun to fly, sport model of the famous fighter of yesteryear. We hope you enjoy the Corsair as mush as we have, it is one fun airplane.

This Fun Scale Corsair adds to our already extremely popular line of Fun Scale Kits which include our Cessna Trainer and our P-51 Mustangs. Check out our complete line of sailplanes, powerplanes, trainers and all the Fun Scales, field boxes, launch systems and accessories at a hobby shop near you, or just call for a catalog.

The Fun Scale Corsair was designed for the intermediate to advanced builder/flyer. Although it looks like a Corsair it flies like a sport plane, sweet, easy and safe. Its advanced wing design with just the right combination of flat-bottom airfoil, thick leading edge, built in wash-out and light wing loading allow for rapid takeoffs, very slow landings, incredibly gentle stalls, and some of the most playful flying characteristics you have ever seen. It turns on a dime and gives cents change, unlike a heavy scale model it won't tip stall and fall out of the sky. Its short landing gear, long tail moment and large stabilizer gives our Fun Scale Corsair excellent ground handling with out the normal nose overs of other scale models.

The plans and instructions are aimed at the builder with previous building and flying experience. If you haven't built a model before, do yourself a BIG favor and build a trainer first. There are many excellent trainers on the market such as Dynaflite's Cessna, Butterfly or Piece o' Cake... "

Update 11/4/2023: Added parts sheet, thanks to Pilgrim. This has been scaled up from the low-res parts ID drawing in the instructions (page 5). Caution advised.

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  • (oz14496)
    Fun Scale Corsair
    by Mark Smith
    from Dynaflite
    54in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 04/04/2023
    Filesize: 1136KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TomBarnes
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