ParkZone Ultra Micro F4U Corsair Bind-N-Fly

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This is the ParkZone Ultra Micro F4U Corsair Bind-N-Fly. It was an icon of U.S. military might during WWII – a weapon so devastating its foes referred to it as “Whistling Death”. Now the F4U Corsair is making a name for itself as the latest ParkZone Ultra Micro Series scale warbird that you can fly just about anywhere.

This micro is capable of sport aerobatics or slow touch-n-go’s, just like its larger park flyer brother, one of the most popular warbirds in the ParkZone line. It boasts great scale details like molded panel lines, a clear canopy, scale landing gear that allow you to enjoy the scale looks of this great WWII legend just about anywhere with the same flight characteristics you’ve come to expect from the park flyer model. Finer details such as a 3 bladed propeller and a choice of two decal sets (included) from two of WWII Corsair aces – “Pappy” Boyington and “Ike” Kepford add to the authenticity of the plane.

Available in both Ready-To-Fly and Bind-N-Fly completion levels, the ParkZone Ultra Micro Series F4U comes out of the box with the traditional tri-tone navy trim scheme, 4-Channel control, steerable tail wheel, and removable landing gear. Both the RTF & BNF come complete with Spektrum AR6400 DSM2 receiver so you can fly without the fear of interference in as little time as it takes to charge your included 150mAh Li-Po battery with its DC charger.


  • Comes with two decal sets from which to choose - WWII’s more famous Corsair pilots – Ira “Ike” Kepford of the famed “Jolly Rogers” and Greg “Pappy” Boyington from the “Black Sheep Squadron”
  • Great scale details including a 3-bladed prop, molded panel lines, clear canopy and tri-color trim option of two decal sets
  • Full 4-channel control - flies just like its larger parkflyer brother
  • Capable of aerobatics like rolls, loops, and more
  • Removable landing gear & steerable tail wheel
  • 150mAh LiPo Battery and DC Charger included


  • Wingspan: 15.9 in (405mm)
  • Overall Length: 12.8 in (326mm)
  • Wing Area: 48.7 sq in (314 sq cm)
  • Flying Weight: 1.47oz (41.8g)
  • Motor Size: 8.5mm Coreless Brushed motor
  • Radio: 4+ Channel DSM2 Transmitter required
  • Servos: AS2000L (included)
  • Recommended Battery: 150mAh 1S 3.7V Li-Po battery (included)
  • Aileron: Yes
  • Elevator: Yes
  • Rudder: Yes
  • Throttle: Yes
  • Flaps: No
  • Retracts: No
  • Scale: Ultra Micro
  • Charger: 3.7V Li-Po Charger (included)
  • Steering: Yes
  • Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
  • Experience Level: Intermediate
  • Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Is Assembly Required: No

Needed To Complete:

  • A 4+ channel DSM2 compatible transmitter is all you will need.

This product was added to our catalog on May 5, 2011.

Brandon Spangler
Wednesday, May 4 2011 (about 6 years ago)
ParkZone Ultra Micro F4U Corsair Bind-N-Fly
Wow! I picked the bird up a couple of days ago and it has been an absolute dream. I have literally stopped flying anything else and have just been enjoying this little guy since I picked it up. Here are some pros and cons... Pro #1 is the price. This little bird is set at an amazing price for the Bind-n-fly version... The extra batteries are extremely cheap as well (you will need them as I will talk about in a sec). Pro #2 is performance. This thing doesn't pack the most power out of anything that I have flown, but the aerobatics that it offers are second to none. You will be able to do almost anything that you can handle with this plane. Pro #3 is all about the looks. Let's face it, this little plane just looks cool! Now for some cons... Con #1 is versatility. Don't expect to be able to fly this plane in anything more than a very slight breeze. This plane is extremely light weight and will get blown around very easily. Inside flight would be best for this. Con #2 is durabiliy. I know that I shouldn't expect an ultra micro plane to hold up, but on my very first landing I ended up losing half my landing gear and I also tore one of the wings from a belly landing. I wouldn't mind if the wings were easy to replace, but they seem like a pain in the rear... Con #3 is flight time. As I mentioned above, you will need to buy extra batteries with this because the average flight time is only about 2-3 minutes. I'm not sure if I am just being overly hard on this during my flight, but it seems that that battery life is very short. The up side is that batteries take hardly any time to charge and extras are very cheap. All in all, this is a lot of fun at a very reasonable price! Pick one up today!)