Top Flite Giant F4U Corsair Gas ARF, 50cc

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Of all of the warbirds ever manufactured, none has risen to the level of the Corsair. The Corsair may be the most recognized airplane of WWII and is certainly one of the most unusual looking airplanes to come off the production line. Top Flite is proud to release this classic warbird in an easy to assemble ARF.


  • Balsa and plywood construction with moulded-in panel and cowl flap lines
  • Top Flite flat finish MonoKote covering
  • Wings: Balsa and ply with aluminium wing joiners, the main landing gear is located on inner wing panel and remains in place when the outer panels are removed allowing the fuselage to be walked to and from the field
  • Aileron Control: Dual servo, prehinged flaps on centre section and outer panel are linked with a phenolic tab, once linked they function as one surface requiring only one servo per wing half
  • Cowl: Painted fibreglass with hidden mounting screws and replica radial engine with pushrod tubes and spark plug wires
  • Detailed instrument panel with recessed gauges
  • Painted fiberglass tail cone
  • Two-piece machined aluminium hub spinner
  • Gasoline Tank: Approximately 24oz (720cc)
  • Wheels: 4.5" (114mm) diameter main wheels, 2" (51mm) tailwheel treaded rubber **Does not include fixed landing gear** Strut covers and functional tail wheel doors with reinforced mounts for Robart landing gear (not included)


Product Information

Over 12,000 Corsairs were built during its eleven-year history — a number which ranks it as one of the most popular and recognizable fighters of WWII. It was instrumental in breaking the Zero’s air superiority in the Pacific theatre and earned the nickname “Whistling Death” for its fighting effectiveness. Despite the Corsair’s popularity, the work required to build the gullwing prevented many R/C pilots from flying one — until now. Gold Edition ARF engineering has reduced months of building work to just hours of simple assembly and created a convenient way to enjoy the “bent-wing” bird on a giant scale.


Completion Level:
Almost Ready-to-Fly
Flying Weight:
23-25 lb (10.43-11.34 kg)
70 in (1780mm)
86.5 in (2195 mm)
7-channel minimum
Wing Area:
1376 in² (88.8 dm²)
23-25 lb (10.43-11.34 kg)
Wing Loading:
39-42 oz/ft² (119-128 g/dm²)
70" (1780mm)
Centre of Gravity (CG):
5-3/4" (146mm) back from the leading edge of torque for Flaps
Control Throws:
High Rate / Low Rate
3/4" (19mm) 11° 1/2" (13mm) 7°
2-1/4" (57mm) 22° 1-3/4" (44mm) 17°
1" (25mm) 21° 3/4" (19mm) 16°
1-1/2" (38mm) 30° .0 - 4.0 cu in (50 - 55cc) gasoline powered, 2" (51mm) Engine Standoffs required if using the O.S. GT60 engine Building and field equipment
Distance between Firewall & Cowl Opening:
7-1/8" (181mm)

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