Rocket Brushless 2.4GHz

Rocket Brushless 2.4GHz

Brand: Joysway

Part Number: B-JS-8651

£132.99 Web Price RRP £139.99

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The Rocket Brushless takes from popular previous Joysway 'V' hull boats but has numerous advances. Most noticeably the new hull and hatch are injection moulded from a tough ABS plastic to reduce weight and give greater durability. The hull has been cleverly designed with a waterpocket on the left side, it is designed to fill with water and help counter torque and rewright the boat if tipped over! Supplied in RX ready format the Blue Mania Brushless includes a pre-installed water cooled brushless motor, waster cooled brushless ESC (electronic speed controller) and a rudder servo. This makes it ready for you to install your own choice of receiver (and connect to a suitable transmitter) and 3S1P 11.1v 2200mAh 30C Li-Po battery.

With is high specification the Rocket Brushless is capable of an impressive 34mph+ (55kph+) and is sure to turn heads every time you use it!

• Water-Cooled Bushless Outrunner Included
• Water-Cooled 30A Brushless Included
• Powerful waterproof 9g servo with metal gears included
• Tough Plastic Moulded Hull & Hatch
• Aluminum Alloy Rudder
• Plastic boat stand included
• 2-Blade nylon propeller and spare included
• 3mm shaft-drive power system

Required for use: Suitable 2 channel transmitter & receiver, 3S1P 11.1v 2200mAh 35C Li-Po battery and charger.
Length: 620mm
Weight: 955g
Servos: 1 x 9g, Metal gears (Inc.)
Radio System: 2 Channel 2.4GHz (Req.)
Electric Motor: Brushless Outrunner (Inc.)
LiPo: 3S1P 11.1v 2200mAh 30C (Req.)
Charger: 3-cell Balance Type (Req.)
Speed Controller: 30A Brushless (Inc.)
Width: 155mm

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