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Model: Pro Boat 08018
Dist. #: PRB08018   SKU: PRB08018

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Updated on May 23, 2018 03:53:02 AM

Voracity Type E 36-inch Deep-V Brushless: RTR...
Features

Efficient in reaching speeds of 50+ mph
Includes Spektrum™ 2.4GHz DX2E DSMR Radio System with SR310 Receiver
Water-cooled Dynamite® marine 120-amp ESC (SIX compatible)
Optimized hull built from light-weight fiberglass
Balanced out rudder, rudder-mount, and prop strut constructed of high-strength aluminum
High torque, waterproof guiding servo
Sealed twist latch canopy system
Waterproof electronic devices
Boat stand consisted of

Summary

Please your craving for speed and accuracy with the Voracity™-E 36 Brushless Deep-V. Sitting underneath the streamlined trim plan and canopy of the Voracity™-E Brushless Deep-V you’ll discover a water-cooled 120A ESC and an intense 6-pole 1650Kv 40x82mm brushless motor. This unequalled mix sits atop a hand-laid Deep-V fiberglass hull that has been enhanced for peak performance, even in rough conditions. Push the speed envelope and provide the competition a run for their loan on the open water today.

Specifications

Length: 36 in (914.4mm)
Beam: 11 in (279.4mm)
Motor Size: Water-cooled Brushless 40x82mm 1650Kv
Weight: 6.10 lbs (2.8kg)
Speed: 50+ mph with SIX LiPo
Radio: Spektrum DX2E
Speed Control: Dynamite 120A, 2S-6S
Hull Material: Fiberglass composite
Trim Scheme Colors: Metalic Blue, White, Gold
Prop Size: 1.6×1.77 in
Hull Type: Deep-V
Battery: (2) 7.4v 5000mAh 50C+ LiPo or (2) 11.1v 5000mAh 50C+ LiPo and EC5 port
Kit/RTR: RTR
Scale: 36-inch
Drive System: Flex Shaft
Is Assembly Required: No
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