O barco de corrida Libero é uma bela modelo escala. Ele é construído a partir de fibra de vidro leve e habilmente pintados em um esquema clássico de corrida. Ele ainda tem um piloto de corrida detalhada ao volante!
Este barco já está enfeitada com hardware de alta qualidade, tais como um leme de alumínio CNC & suportam / escorar montagem, hélice liga e transformar fin. Sem peças baratos aqui! Ele também possui uma bateria grande área de montagem dando-lhe uma ampla gama de opções de bateria.
O Libero vem com refrigeração a água pré-instalado e um 3660 tamanho 2070KV brushless do motor inrunner. Simplesmente adicione seu próprio servo 3KG + direção, 120A + ESC marinho, sistema de rádio 2CH, 3 ~ 4S bateria lipoly e seu pronto para deixar a competição em sua vigília!
• bem acabado do casco de fibra de vidro feita à mão
• CNC alumínio leme & Strut Strut Mount /
• Qualidade Alloy Hélice alta
• Alta Qualidade Vire Fin
• Pré-instalado 3660 tamanho 2070KV Brushless Motor Inrunner
• Água de refrigeração pré-instalado
• 120A + Brushless Marinha ESC
• Servo Tamanho 3 kg + Padrão
• Transmissor e receptor 2CH
• 3 ~ 4S 4000 ~ 5000mAh Lipoly Bateria
Casco Comprimento: 675 milímetros
Largura: 320 milímetros
Altura: 130 milímetros
Material do casco: fibra de vidro
Características do Produto
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Outstanding workmanship and well worth the investment. Be sure to add epoxy to the bolt-on fin.....the 2 retaining screws are not enough to keep you from losing it. A joy to build and own.I just received this hull and my first impressions have all been very positive. This is a fiberglass hull that comes pre-painted and with all the decals shown applied and clear-coated. For the price, this is an amazing hull considering the water cooler brushless motor comes with and is installed and that the hull includes all the running hardware and a metal propeller.
There are some area where improvements can be made. The instructions are a cheap photocopy and I am disappointed. The stand uses very light plywood and the assembly instructions are poor and the fit is not great.
I would also like to see factory installed reinforcement plywood added inside the hull where the turn fin attaches. This is something I will have to fix myself.
The rear vertical fin is cheap and the colour does not match the hull. The two bolts used to secure it are so small they are almost useless. I recommend you use some good epoxy if you want to keep the fin attached to the boat.
All in all, for the price it is still a decent value and as I have always wanted an old school shovel nose hydro, this was the quickest way for me to get on the water. With a few product enhancements, this could be a deluxe kit.Very good product, hull is fiberglass really well done, bright colors and in general all materials used in this model are really high quality!
Stock engine and prop have good performances with 4S lipo 4500 40C (HK Zippy), boat is very fast and stable.
Using supplied alloy turn fin you can turn right at maximum speed with no problems... left turns of course are possible only at reduced speed.
I use Turnigy 120A Aquastar ESC and it fit very well with motor in terms of performance.
After 10 minutes runs both motor ESC lipos are quite cold.
Really beautiful boat. I bought a Hobby King 120 amp boat ESC 4A and install for the ruder a Futaba standard servo 3kg. My battery is a Nano-Tech 3s 6 000 mAh 25 c. IMHO it is not necessary to go in 4 s with this beauty instead you absolutely want to break the thin fin...This racing hydroplane is very good value for money. On 4s with the Turnigy 120A speedo, its very fast and entrtaining on the water, its also challenging in the tiurns too, a real 'pocket rocket', excellent value. Dont think there are any other retro 50's sytle shovelnose racing hydroplane's that are ARTR on the market at the moment, this is one of the best iv'e tested in a long time. Only slight downside is that the left hand turns on the water are very wide indeed , this isn't a fault its part of a hydroplane's design, they prefer to go fast in a straight line and they prefer right hand ovals on the lake if your'e racing, then its no problem, but just loads of fun and it looks terrific on the lake....Just make sure you seal the hatch on well before racing....First run on a local lake went really well, excellent straight line speed using Lipo 4c 5000 mAh battery with 200amp marine speed controller (from Aust warehouse).
I did achieved some speed turns but still learning, until I tried to turn on a lip of a wave when the wind pick up and I flipped the boat (I waited over 10 minutes for til to be blow to edge of the lake).
With the top taped only a few drop of water managed to get in, while it was upside down.
I plan to build a rescue boat to retrieve this great model.