Powerful Brushless 3648-KV770 motor combined with heavy-duty 70A ESC
Can be tuned to reach speeds in excess of 100 mph (160 km/hr)
Super scale appearance including hand painted pilot, detailed cockpit, authentic graphics, four bladed prop, wing stabilizers, and air scoop
Simple construction with minimal glue required for assembly
Rugged electronic retractable landing gear with metal trunion
Durable EPO foam with reinforced one-piece wing
9g digital metal gear servos
Strong high brightness LED lights to make night flying better
Needed To Complete
What's in the box?
6+ Channel Radio System
(1) F2G Corsair PNP, 1100mm
(1) User Manual
The RocHobby 1100mm Corsair Racer is built from the ground up for performance. The combination of a powerful 3648-KV770 motor and 14.8V 2200 mAh battery allow this Sport Racer to reach speeds in excess of 85 MPH with its stock 4 bladed prop. Clean lines, exceptional detail and simple assembly make this model a top choice among intermediate and advance sport flyers. Similar to other RocHobby models the Corsair Racer comes with a multitude of high-quality, scale features including split-flaps, electronic retractable landing gear, detailed cockpit, and authentic graphics. Own a part of Reno Racing history with this high performance scale radio control model.
F2G Super Corsair Racing History
Race 57 LLC is the owner and operator of this beautifully restored, rare Goodyear F2G-1D "Super" Corsair (BuNo 88458), which is available for airshows, flybys, film. The "Super" Corsair is also a regular at the Reno National Championship Air Races and AirVenture inOshkosh,WI.
The Goodyear F2G "Super" Corsair was a development by the Goodyear Aircraft Company of the FG-1/F4U-1 Corsair design as a special low-altitude version of a fighter.
Over time, the plane, registered as NX5588N, went from owner to owner and slowly deteriorated. In 1995, Bob Odegaard found this airplane and quickly made arrangements to purchase it and brought it up to his shop, Odegaard Aviation in Kindred, ND. There they restored it back to airworthy condition, in its original racing colors, and flew it again in 1999, 50 years since it last flew. The aircraft was a winner at the 1999 Rolls-Royce Aviation Heritage International, is a regular unlimited racer at the Reno National Championship Air Races and was also featured in the movie Thunder Over Reno.
Approximate Assembly Time:
Less than 1 Hour
Approximate Flight Time:
Li-Po 14.8V 2200–2600mAh 25C
CG (Center of Gravity):
2.3–2.6 in (58–65mm) from leading edge
Approximately 49.4 oz (1400g)
35.4 in (900mm)
Minimum Required Radio:
10.5 × 8
4 × 9g digital metal gear servo; 2 × 9g slow servo