|Jul 03, 2009, 07:35 PM|
BlitzRCWorks Corsair vs. Parkzone Corsair
Has anyone flown both this model and the Parkzone? Parkzone has a 30A ESC vs. this one's 25A. Also, it's not shown the exact size of this one's motor. This is like 4 inches slimmer and 2 inches shorter and 150g lighter then the parkzone.
This one is def cheaper $
I'd love to hear from someone who has flown both.
|Jul 15, 2009, 02:18 AM|
That looks like the Art-tech one. From all reports it meant to be good. Only thing i would be worried about would be the included radio. The Parkzone one is more expensive but is meant to be a beautiful flyer.
|Aug 09, 2009, 09:25 PM|
just an update...I went ahead and bought the Parkzone Corsair PNP and it's simply awesome.
It flys like a dream....wish I would have bought it first instead of wasting my time and money on the Wing Tiger. (thinking I needed training to be able to fly a corsair)
In case anyone is wondering, my vote would be for the Parkzone...feel free to PM me for details if interested.
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