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Old 08-10-2006, 08:52 PM
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can someone sugjust a good boat to start with
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depends on what you like V'S, hydros,or cats
V's shockwave 36, nitro hammer
hydros Aquacraft miss vegas, or proboat miss bud, llumar,or elam
cats thundercat 31 and aeromaring mean machine 18 "but I havent heard anything real great about it" and proboat is comming out with the black jack
just some RTR's for you to look at.
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can someone sugjust a good boat to start with
To help you narrow down the choices, give us an idea what you're thinking of doing with it. Are you looking for something to run on a small pond near home? Or perhaps on a larger lake while you're out boating. Perhaps you're thinking of getting into racing? Each might result in a different choice. For example, if you're going to run on an open lake, you might be better off with a mono hull since they handle waves better. If you're running on a small pond, you'll need to limit the size and speed. If you're thinking of getting into racing, it'll be best to first determine the classes that the local club(s) run so you don't show up with a boat that doesn't fit in.
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Any previous experience will help also and if you already own some equipment that can do double-duty is another plus.
What type of powerplant you prefer and how much you'd like to invest would help narrow things down.
I do know what it's like shopping for a first (or sixth for that matter) boat as it's hard to narrow it down to just one. There are many good boats out there but then again, a lot of junk to watch out for.

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