Unfortunately affordable hangar space is not everywhere available. Therefore the rigging, derigging and transport becomes vital.
We plan to offer a special trailer for the Corsair and will of course support our customers who wish to build their own trailer with drawings and advice.
For the transport the one piece wing can easily be separated from the fuselage. To do so a jack will be placed under the engine mount - we have even build an electrically (12V) operated jack. After opening the flaperon connections and pulling the four wing bolts the wing can be grabbed at the wing tip grips and be removed. With 7,5m wingspan the wing is still smaller and of course much lighter than half a standard glider wing. Of course one-man-rigging devices for glider wings can be used as well.
Since the fuel tank is in the fuselage no fuel lines need to be disconnected.
The main landing gears normally stay connected for the transport, but if storage space is tight they can be removed after loosening two bolts each. Quick connectors will be available as well.
The horizontal tail plane is fixed by two bolts and removal of those and opening the control linkage takes two minutes.