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Old 02-21-2017, 09:47 PM   #1
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Picked up an Eflite Corsair for Christmas. Cool plane, great flyer.
P factor is strong on this on and I am having a heck of a time getting it to go down the runway straight.
Tips or tricks?

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Old 06-06-2017, 01:04 AM   #2
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did you find a solution?

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A little elevator until it rotates, then some right rudder, and take it EASY on the throttle up.
Still having a tough time with this one. It's just me. Flies great, lands like a dream. Just a slow learning curve for me on the ground at take off.
Thanks for asking.

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cool I really enjoy flying this one

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It's an awesome plane. Love the way it looks and flies. Good ol American muscle

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Not to mention Naval Air Superiority . Ha
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Not to mention Naval Air Superiority . Ha
With an 11:1 kill ratio, it definitely had an impact.

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Not to mention Naval Air Superiority . Ha
Go Air Force

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A small amount of "toe in' will help on a tail dragger.
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Had it out the other day. 4 ups and downs with no issues. Was purely a brain block. Just need to remember to let off of the elevator and be really easy on the throttle.

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