Atomik ARC 58in RTR Electric Brushless RC Boat
This 58in RTR Electric boat is the first large-scale factory electric that out performs it's gas counterparts. Not to mention, no smelly gas or tedious engine tuning.

The Atomik design team pulled out all the stops with a whopping 2000 watts of brushless electric power out of the stock 1100Kv outrunner mounted in a water-cooled CNC aluminum motor mount. All that power is controlled with a robust 120A water-cooled ESC for a 40+ mph out of the box top speed.

The hand-laid fiberglass hull features full color Atomik racing color scheme protected by a durable gel coat, pre-installed laser cut radio box and battery tray system, which will accompany a single 6S (22.2V) LiPO battery, but is also expandable for up to a 12S configuration. The ARC also comes standard with CNC Aluminum running hardware and the fully adjustable Flexdrive system for precise trim tuning.

Features:
• Hand-laid fiberglass hull with full color graphics and gel coat
• CNC aluminum running gear
• Water-cooled CNC aluminum motor mount
• Laser cut plywood internals engineered for multiple electric configurations
• 3-Blade CNC aluminum high performance propeller
• 120 amp water-cooled ESC with pre-installed heavy-duty EC5 connector
• 40+ mph on a standard 6S 22.2V 25C 5000mAh LiPO battery (Not Included)
Specifications:
Age Rating: 14+ with Adult Supervision
Scale: 1:14 Scale
Length: 58 in (1360 mm)
Height: 9 in (230 mm)
Weight: 13 lbs (with 6S 5000mAh LiPO)
Beam: 15 in (380 mm)
Motor or Engine: V700 1100Kv Brushless Outrunner Motor
Radio: VR3S 3-Ch 2.4GHz TX/RX
ESC: 120A Marine ESC w/ EC5 Connector
Fuel Type: Electric
Recommended Batteries:
22.2V 25C 5000mAh LiPO
Required Items:
You will need (8) AA batteries for the transmitter and a 22.2V 20C+ 5000mAh LiPO for the boat.

Atomik A.r.c 58 Rtr Electric Boat 1814

Atomik ARC 58in RTR Electric Brushless RC Boat This 58in RTR Electric boat is the first large-scale factory electric that out performs it's gas counterparts. Not to mention, no smelly gas or tedious engine tuning. The Atomik design team pulled out all the stops with a whopping 2000 watts of bru...