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  1. #1

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    Which electronics do you need for an electric airboat?

    hey guys,

    I'm planning to make an airboat, but I am kinda new to the rc world.
    I'm not bad with electronics, but I've never build an airboat.

    So I know i need:
    an eclectric motor ( is this motor good? : http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=23369 )
    a battery
    a transmitter and receiver
    a speed controller
    a servo
    a prop

    So, now is my question, would €120 be enough to make one?
    could you guys tell me what I have kinda stuff I have to buy and where?

    I'd like to make it look like this airboat ( if it's a good idea, otherwise you can tell me ) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ofxoa2a3cWY ( do you need a strong rc motor for this? )
    would this be a good transmitter and receiver?: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...z_2Ch_Tx_&_Rx_


    I know I have alot of questions, if It are to many questions, feel free to answer 1 of them


    Also sorry for my bad english...


    Greetz and already thanks!

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    RE: Which electronics do you need for an electric airboat?

    Go to site and it will give you all the info.Go to Anarchy airboats. I still have mine and best around. Just add alittle weight so it doesn't front bounce and well worth the money. Google for info.also another airboat on google with title airboat noice just air. Looks real solid unit.


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