I have two complete brushless Reef Racers and several spare parts including electronics, hulls, and more. I spent a ton of money just playing around with building these and only ran them I think 4 times ever. They are a blast to run! Super fast, super responsive, and the run time is 30 minutes+ on the lipo setup I was using. I had access to a 3D printer so I have custom 3D printed motor mounts, custom drive shaft couplers for different motors, and many other parts for tweaking/fixing them. I also have a variety of different kV rated motors for different speeds. Below is the (mostly) complete list. I'd like to sell it all in one lot but if there's more interest in parting out I will go that route.
4 Reef Racer complete hulls including all mechanical parts, locking caps, motor cooling jackets and servos 5 tops (red, orange, yellow, blue, purple) 2 Seaking 35A watercooled ESCs 2 custom 3D printed motor mounts 1 heavy duty motor mount (never figured out a good way to install) 1 1980kV brushless motor (brand new) 1 2600kV brushless motor (brand new) 1 3000kV brushless motor (used) 1 3900kV brushless motor (used) 6 motor couplers for brushless motors (3.2mm and 3mm) 4 prop shaft retainers (to insure the prop shaft doesn't get lost if the coupler ever fails) 2 custom made brass rudders 2 aluminum cooling jackets (never installed) 3 lipo low voltage alarms (beep loudly to let you know the batteries are getting low, easy to forget with these little guys!) Spare stock rudders, props, servo, screws, linkage, etc.
I'd like to get 200 for everything you see. The lipos in the picture will be included but are just for reference, they are old and puffed up now. I went through several batteries before I found these, they tuck along each side of the hull and also help with balance. Lastly I have a Team Associated AM transmitter and receiver, that will come with the lot if I get my asking price, which is a fraction of what I spent on everything.