- Pro Boat
- Sonicwake 36 Self-Righting Brushless Deep V RTR
- ETA: TBC
Break through choppy water and go full throttle with the Pro Boat Sonicwake 36-inch Self-Righting Deep-V. The perfect Deep-V for the beginner to the avid boater, it offers performance capable of hitting 50+ MPH and a worry-free self-righting feature that flips the boat back upright in a matter of seconds. The water-cooled 4-pole 1900Kv brushless motor invites you to go fast while the high torque, metal gear, and waterproof steering servo keeps you in control. It features improved dual water cooling, adjustable trim tabs, and larger turn fins. No matter your skill level, the Sonicwake features everything experts and beginners alike want in a Deep-V.
- Self-righting Hull Design
- Spektrum SLT3 2CH 2.4GHz DSMR Radio System
- Spektrum SR315 dual protocol receiver
- Spektrum 120a Marine ESC
- 4-pole Spektrum FIRMA 1900KV water-cooled brushless motor
- Sealed Canopy
- Large turn fins, adjustable trim tabs, and large propeller strut
- Aluminum Breakaway Offset Rudder
The Sonicwake 36-inch Self-Righting Deep-V features a ballistic 40x68mm 4-pole Spektrum Firma 1900Kv water-cooled brushless motor capable of propelling the boat to speeds in excess of 50+ MPH.
Keep your boat looking good, with this all-new interior keeping your boat clean is easier than ever. We have integrated a receiver box to keep your interior looking clean and dry. We have optimized mounting post for the all new Spektrum Smart 120A water-cooled ESC and powerful Spektrum Marine Brushless motor while providing easy access to securing your batteries.
Extreme Power & Waterproof Electronics
The Sonicwake uses the new Smart-ready Spektrum 120A BL Marine ESC that can handle more amperage than needed to run the boat with authority and speed.
Self-righting Hull Design
Designed to be as stable as possible with a self-righting feature if you ever flip it. Unlike other boats, the self-right feature does not require power to work. Give it a few seconds and the flood chamber will fill with water, making the boat self-right. Hit the throttle and the water exits the flood chamber as the boat moves forward.
Dual Water Pickup
Keeping your electronics cool is a priority and we have increased the water flow by adding a dual water rudder pickup. This added water flow will make sure cool clean water is being sent to both the ESC and Motor keeping your temps in check.
The lightweight canopy features locking threaded thumb screws making it easy to put on and remove the canopy for hull access. A foam gasket around the canopy opening prevents water from flooding the hull when upside down.
|Image||Item Id||Name||Trade||SSP||Order |
|B-PRB08032V2T1||Sonicwake 36" Self-Righting Brushless Deep-V RTR, Black||£499.99|
|B-PRB08032V2T2||Sonicwake 36" Self-Righting Brushless Deep-V RTR, White||£499.99|
IN THE BOX
- (1) Sonicwake 36-inch Self-Righting Deep-V
- (1) Spektrum SLT3 3-Channel SLT Transmitter with SR315 Receiver (installed)
- (1) Spektrum 120A BL Marine ESC (installed)
- (1) Spektrum Firma 40x68mm 4-pole 1900Kv Motor (installed)
- (1) Boat Stand
NEEDED TO COMPLETE
- (2) 100C+ 2S-3S LiPo Batteries with IC5 or EC5 Connector
- (1) Dual LiPo charger
- (4) AA Batteries
|Image||Item Id||Name||Trade||SSP||Order |
|O-SPMX50003S100H5||5000mAh 3S 11.1V 100C Smart LiPo Hardcase; IC5||£89.99|
|O-SPMXC2010I||S2200 Smart G2 AC Charger 2x200W||£249.99|
|P-SPMR5115||DX5C Smart 5Ch Transmitter Only||£159.99|
|O-SPMX53S100H5||11.1V 5000mAh 3S 100C Smart G2 Hardcase LiPo Battery: IC5||£109.99|
|P-SPMR5200GEU||DX5 Rugged 5ch DSMR Tx Only. Green||£219.99|
|S-DYNE4200||Grease Gun with Marine Grease 5 oz||£19.99|
|S-DYNE4201||Marine Grease 5 oz||£11.99|
|O-SPMX50002S100H5||5000mAh 2S 7.4V 100C Smart LiPo Hardcase; IC5||£69.99|
|O-SPMXC2040I||S1400 Smart G2 AC Charger 1x400W||£229.99|
|O-SPMX52S100H5||7.4V 5000mAh 2S 100C Smart G2 Hardcase LiPo Battery: IC5||£79.99|
|T-DYNT0502||Start Up Tool Set: Proboat||£37.5|
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