Joysway Mad Shark Brushless

Brand: Joysway

Part Number: B-JS-8205

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The Mad Shark is inspired by the adrenalin filed high octane world of Formula1 racing boats. The wide hull ensures stability in high 'G' cornering and the catamaran style hulls keep a much of the boat out of the water as possible to the highest top speed. The hull is moulded from tough plastic and features a clever water pocket design to allow the boat to self-right itself should you flip upside down so you don't need to get your feet wet to save it.

The Mad Shark brushed is supplied in RTR format and has all the electronics pre-installed for you. To get going all you need to do is charge and install the supplied Li-Po battery and fit 4x 'AA' batteries in the transmitter. Power comes from a water-cooled outrunner brushless motor and water-cooled brushless ESC (electronic speed controller) giving you a stunning top speed of 28+ mph (45+ kph)!

• Water-cooled outrunner brushless motor included
• 25A water-cooled brushless ESC included
• 2.4GHz 2 Channel radio included
• 3S1P 11.1v 1300mAh battery and charger included
• Waterproof 9g rudder servo included
• 2.3mm shaft drive system
• 2 blade nylon propeller and spare

Required for use:4x 'AA' batteries for the transmitter
Specifications
Hull Material: Moulded ABS Plastic
Length: 443mm
Weight: 600g
Servos: 1x 9g (Inc.)
Radio System: 2 Channel 2.4GHz (
Beam: 172mm
Electric Motor: Water-Cooled Outrunner Brushless (Inc.)
Speed Controller: 25A Water-Cooled Brushless (Inc.)
LiPo: 3S1P 11.1v 1300mAh 35C (Inc.)
  • Brand: Joysway
  • Part No: B-JS-8205
  • Build Level: Assembled (RTR)
  • Batteries Included: Yes

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