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  1. WoodiE

    PCF Mark I 24 Swift Patrol Craft

    Though stunning as a display piece, the Pro Boat PCF Mark I is ready for action at your nearest lake or pond. Equipped with two 390 brushed motors and aluminum heatsinks, this boat moves with scale speeds and precision. Control its LED lights and on-board electronics with the included Spektrum...
  2. A

    Flysky fs-i6x boat issue

    Good evening, I’m having an issue with my flysky fs-i6x to pixhawk remote control twin motor bait boat. I’ve got the propels on channels 2 and 4. The original project run with a mix on ch2 and 4 of pov mix 24% with v tail enabled on 100% on both channels. Basically I’ve programmed the pixhawk...
  3. Ddawson

    54 in. Dumas Scarab

    I'm new to the rc boats and recently acquired a 54 in. hull and what appears to be most of the parts to build for free from a friend of mine. I'm trying to figure out if this is doable. My local shop didnt seem to know much about the boats. I'm really just trying to find the right path on how to...
  4. BobP

    Shockwave 55 X2 fun

  5. Kjanora10

    I am trying to decide which boat i should get. Please help i am new at this.

    I'm getting into boats and i am deciding over 2 boats, the Rage Brushless Black Marlin and the Feilun ft012. Both go about 28 mph so they are better than my first idea of the traxxas Blast.
  6. WoodiE

    Pro Boat Sonicwake RTR Self-Righting Deep-V Boat

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  7. M

    M41 highspeed wabble

    I had too replace my m41 hull after getting caught looking at blonde in short skirt on windy day ratĥer that where boat was going. Ever since swapping all internal parts to new hull ,i get high speed wabble. I've checked everything to ensure all is lined up . I've tried adjust. trim tabs,up n...
  8. WoodiE

    Traxxas DCB M41 Widebody Catamaran Red Edition

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