Brand: Dragon Boats

Part Number: 5502685

£493.99 Web Price RRP £519.99

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  • Length - 1345mm

  • Beam - 310mm

  • Weight - 6.5kg

  • Propeller - D68.5 x P1.4 (or D70 x P1.2)

  • Servos - 2 (Included)

  • Motor - GS26cc with clutch, Pull Start and Tuned pipe

  • Fuel - Petrol Oil mix

  • Hull Material - Fibreglass (FRP)

Dragon boats new CENTAURAIN 1300
The Centaurain is a great looking off shore power boat and at 1.35 meters long it’s a very impressive bit of kit. Hand layered fibreglass technology ensures a strong hull design with an adequate amount of flexibility to withstand with ease the riggers of its environment. The Founder is powered by a powerful and reliable 26cc petrol engine tuned with a light weight aluminium tuned pipe to help maximise the power of the engine.

On the water
Starting the petrol engine is effortless with its easy access pull starter system then a launch onto the water and you’re away! You can feel the large propeller bit then the hull swiftly comes out of the water to the surface and your away! The V hull handles very well and has no problem with high speed turns or sudden changes of direction, you always feel you’re in full control.

  • High quality hand layered fibreglass V hull
  • CNC machined rudder and drive system
  • High powered high torque 26cc petrol engine
  • Water-cooled aluminium tuned exhaust pipe
  • Factory fitted rudder and throttle servo
  • High speed aluminium propeller
  • High quality lacquered finish

What do I need to get racing?
The Centaurain is nearly ready to run so only needs these items to complete;
  • A suitable 2 channel radio
  • Fuel (petrol)
  • Somewhere wet (designed for freshwater use only)

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