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Exceed Racing Boat Electric Powered Fiberglass 470EP Brushless (ESC 50A)

Exceed Racing Boat Electric Powered Fiberglass 470EP Brushless (ESC 50A)

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Old 10-10-2018, 04:43 PM
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Default Exceed Racing Boat Electric Powered Fiberglass 470EP Brushless (ESC 50A)







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This is the new Exceed Racing 18 in. Fiberglass Electric RC Boat. Highly detailed features make this boat one of a kind. This RC boat comes with a high performance racing 2836-2185kv Brushless motor and a 50A Brushless ESC for super fast speeds and great maneuvering capabilities. Measuring over 18 inches long and featuring a professional large torsion propeller, water-cooled engine, and this RC boat is perfect for ponds, rivers, and lakes. Take this fully functional reproduction of an offshore boat out to the water and watch it cruise! This RC boat is ARTR (Almost Ready-to-Run) you need a receiver, and a transmitter to get it out cruising on the water.

Length: 470mm (18.5 inches)
Beam: 230mm (9.05 inches)
Height: 100mm (3.93 inches)
Weight: 850g (29.98 oz)
Propeller: D30*P1.4
Radio (Required): 2 channel
ESC: 50A
Motor: 2836-2185kv Brushless
Battery (Required): 7.4v-11.1v 2200-3000mAh Lipo
Hull material: Fiberglass ( FRP )
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