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Old 08-15-2007, 01:57 AM
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Default Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

Has any one heard anything or own a nitro Aerrow Shark boat? They look nice and well put together.
Old 08-15-2007, 02:18 AM
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Default RE: Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

http://www.radiocontrol-2005.com/DragonflyRTR.htm

here is the boat
Old 08-16-2007, 12:16 AM
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Default RE: Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

They are clones of the Delta Force hulls and from what I've seen, not as good as the DF's. The engine rails are weak and the hull too thin.
It needs a better engine in there with a tuned pipe instead of the muffler.
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Default RE: Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

THANKS RON!

Where do you get those hulls at, and what would be a good fast nitro enginge to run? Oh, how do you like your nitro vee and if you had to repalce the engine would you go stock or a step up?

Thanks

The song missing something I think needs some more COW BELL! LOL! Great Sketch.
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Default RE: Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

Here is their website but I know that therer are a few dealers in the States: http://www.deltaforce-hk.com/
Right now the pickings are slim unless you want to dump a boatload of money. The OS. 21 might be one to look at.
I've got the Super-Vee 27 (I expected to see a lot of confusion on that one!) and the supplied engine seems to be enough for that boat.

I like to change my sig once in a while and was looking for something new and ran across that one.
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Default RE: Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

I wanted to know the same thing then found this forum. Thanks Ron... What boat would you recommended other than SPEEDMASTER boats, I would like to build a 21 but haven’t hade much luck finding hulls online. RTR are to slow at the pond I run.
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Default RE: Aerrow Shark Dragonfly!

Most people consider the Seaducer to be the best but follow the instructions to the letter. I like the Microburst's also but they're hard to get right now. From what I've seen, the 'burst's are going through a rebuild so they should be back on the market soon with a new deck. If anything has been done ot the bottom, I don't know.

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