Even a little cover for that it’s, pretty cool nice and shiny a little bite stand okay. Well there it is props already on. It looks like around about a 45 mil prop, i suppose single pickup rudder, a fair bit of pitch on that prop too so it’s held the hatch is held on by the nailed nuts no bolts like they. All pro boats are now which is good, but a bit of a pain in the ass to get them off quick but that’s. Okay, it does seal good there’s a seal in here no flotation on here. So if you, if the lid flows off it’s, going to sink just a little bit of foam in, there would be to go. I think these are a 46 millimeter motor and i think they’re 160 amp speed, control, doesn’t actually say on there. These are massive servo in there spectrum servo, i don’t know how many kilos, but that is huge. Uh single, pickup, rudder, medium sort of size, water tubing, i don’t know it’s, obviously going to be big enough. Little cover over here over the collet that you’d have to take off to remove the undo that to remove the cable, i can see. It’S got a quarter inch uh shaft, which is never going to break what else we got. It stepped down to well that’s, not quarter, and maybe that’s 316 there perhaps or five mil. So it goes quarter inch. The bushes inside here look to be the smallest size of of the cable, so it must step down back here at the stub down to the smaller size, not quite sure, i’ll have to pull that out and see what that actually is it’s a plastic boat, but It’S full of ribbing in here, which looks really good it’s thin a lot thinner than a sonic wake that’s for sure really flimsy, very flimsy, actually, i’m sure the ribbing in the bottom strengthens it immensely and yeah.
They certainly didn’t put any ribbing in the top of it the stepped hole. Basically, the idea of a stepped hull is the faster. You go, the less uh it moves up. Um the the ride plates get less and less in the water. So you start with all the boat wet you go faster. This bit gets out the water and it’s only this bit in the water and if you’re, real, fast and risky you’ll end up with just this bit in the water, but that’s, nothing new uh. What do we got here? I don’t know what they call these, but it’s about a five mil terminal. I guess i’m sure they’ve got a name for them and the battery mounts obviously can be moved. Batteries can move from the front along to the back here. Just by repositioning uh, the velcro, which is pretty cool, definitely start at the front and see if the boat um is likely to flip if it’s running too wet or too low on the water. You move your batteries back back and the strut is adjustable as well as they all would be. I i don’t know if you can adjust the height, but you’d be able to turn the angle a little bit so that’s.