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    AquaCraft SuperVee 27

    Hi all i like to know it the AquaCraft SuperVee 27 nitro boat run good. My ? is that does the nitro motor hold a turn or is it the same as rc cars always tuning them i am new to boats and have a bushless one and want to move onto gas or nitro but in all the years that i have been in the hobby all my nitro rcs alway needing tuned . Iwent to brushless and never looked back..Just wounder what others think.Thanks chad

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    RE: AquaCraft SuperVee 27

    The SV 27 doesn't need constant carb tweaking but the lower the nitro, the easier it is to get a decent carb setting. I've run mine with up to 65% nitro and never really had to touch the needle that much. Usually 2-1/2 turns out is a good setting and you shouldn't have to vary a lot from there.
    I run gas boats also but you're looking at a bigger price tag for anything good.
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    RE: AquaCraft SuperVee 27

    +1....hey Ron...how are you?
    ORIGINAL: Ron Olson

    The SV 27 doesn't need constant carb tweaking but the lower the nitro, the easier it is to get a decent carb setting. I've run mine with up to 65% nitro and never really had to touch the needle that much. Usually 2-1/2 turns out is a good setting and you shouldn't have to vary a lot from there.
    I run gas boats also but you're looking at a bigger price tag for anything good.


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