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    Default Synchron self righting Rx ready

    Amazing self righting boat and long run times.

    Here is a vintage boat from Joseph Toth (pirosteel) joysport guru.
    This was a champion 20 years ago and does exceedingly well on little power. Steps are super sharp and rudder is stock. I removed stock strut an have a simple brass tube to allow some adjustment. I moved water intake and will include nylon 35mm prop.

    Not stable above 35-40 mph, recommend for 2s. 3650 leopard, 3900 kv, 28.5” hull 34” with hardware.
    $150 shipped con us.
    Last edited by Jesse J; 02-09-2019 at 09:34 PM. Reason: Update price
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    Motor, esc, and bottom
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    Hi,

    Here is a vintage video of this boat:

    https://youtu.be/B36Sm2sBdoU

    Enjoy
    I like the dolphins

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiroSteel View Post
    Hi,

    Here is a vintage video of this boat:

    https://youtu.be/B36Sm2sBdoU

    Enjoy
    What motor and esc was used for this run?

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    For me was the setup:
    Motor: Kontronik 600 3660
    ESC: Kontronik Jazz 80 A
    Cells: 12 x Sub C (1,2 V)
    Prop: K42 from stainless

    Cheers
    I like the dolphins

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    Price drop $160. Open to offers
    Comes with wooden stand.
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    Now at $150 shipped... offers?
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    I'm thinkin mabe the above 35...40 mph it's unstable statement might be scareing people away....any way to help it go faster....

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    The way to make it go faster would be to change out motor esc and add more weight.
    This is quite light and that is why it is so efficient. But if one wanted more speed, swap out power plant for a 4S system and go 4s2p.

    I was trying to keep this economical and as it is now, these are the honest limitations.
    Don’t want to sell something for what it is not.

    I will sell just hull and hardware for $100 shipped
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    Totally understandable..and honest.......not really familiar with that hull.....so ....good to know that it has the potential.....

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