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Thread: RADTEK HPR233 Cintron - on board and few prop shots

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    Default RADTEK HPR233 Cintron - on board and few prop shots

    Havnt been on here in what seems forever!
    Feel as though all the original crazys in the catamaran fad have gone..
    Put her in the water the other day and gave her a run.

    https://youtu.be/GgOOhoO70J0

    Cheers Ryan

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    No there are still some crazies here including myself! I've got an MHZ 185, love it but my back doesn't when moving from the car to the lake.

    Nice video and enjoyed those final angles of tunnel and transom, very cool to see that! Too bad about your bent prop, happened to me last week but I always prefer a bent prop over a lost prop which seems to happen more than I would like!

    Any internal setup pic's? Let's get some details!

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    Very cool camera angles, love the transom shots of the drive system.
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    Good to see you on here Ryan. Control looks goood!!
    Shawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone-Wolf View Post
    No there are still some crazies here including myself! I've got an MHZ 185, love it but my back doesn't when moving from the car to the lake.

    Nice video and enjoyed those final angles of tunnel and transom, very cool to see that! Too bad about your bent prop, happened to me last week but I always prefer a bent prop over a lost prop which seems to happen more than I would like!

    Any internal setup pic's? Let's get some details!
    Haha well thats good to hear! I love the 185's!! Always wanted one of those..
    Guess im lucky it didnt grab the rudder and do damage to that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tamelesstgr View Post
    Very cool camera angles, love the transom shots of the drive system.
    Thankyou. Would have had more angles but bent prop said no

    Quote Originally Posted by srislash View Post
    Good to see you on here Ryan. Control looks goood!!
    Shawn
    Thanks Shawn, yes its dialed pretty well now, the 233 handles so well.
    Better than any cat ive ever run anyway.
    Never does the spin out thing like alot do.
    Happy boating
    Ryan

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    Thank you Ryan for posting a video about this boat. I wish to build this boat, but Radtek's site expired and expresscraft has stopped building boats for now. Do you know anyone who builds quality larger 72in or longer hulls besides Bonzi sports? I have located all of the electronics and batteries, just the hull is holding me back.

    Regards,

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCThunder View Post
    Thank you Ryan for posting a video about this boat. I wish to build this boat, but Radtek's site expired and expresscraft has stopped building boats for now. Do you know anyone who builds quality larger 72in or longer hulls besides Bonzi sports? I have located all of the electronics and batteries, just the hull is holding me back.

    Regards,

    Mike
    I think currently your best option would be MHZ
    http://www.mhz-powerboats.com/Ruempf...tic-C5000.html

    http://www.mhz-powerboats.com/Ruempf...th=9_31&page=2

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    Srislash,
    Thank you for the quick reply. The mhz-powerboats site is very nice, so I will just order from them. Kindest regards for your reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCThunder View Post
    Thank you Ryan for posting a video about this boat. I wish to build this boat, but Radtek's site expired and expresscraft has stopped building boats for now. Do you know anyone who builds quality larger 72in or longer hulls besides Bonzi sports? I have located all of the electronics and batteries, just the hull is holding me back.

    Regards,

    Mike
    Hi Mike,

    Im actually in Australia, so i guess my recommendations probably wont help.
    Some people who have the coin to burn send there big cats over here to Kent " Customcfparts.com..
    Kent does an amazing job and would be right at the top of builders out there in the world right now.

    I personaly built my cat start to finish myself, but i have been doing twin gas cats for years.
    So it came pretty easy.

    If you do order a cat with mounts and that already in the boat from mhz germany ( make sure only germany} usa mhz no longer operate as far as i know but there websites maybe still up beware. It may not suit your electronics you already purchased.

    Another option could be keith bradley boats whos over your side of the pond somewhere.

    Goodluck

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