RC Boat Racing – Experience the Thrill

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Gone are the days when racing activities such were limited to the royals and the privileged as the game of racing has changed greatly in the last few decades. Today, you can find numerous types of racing being practiced with motorbike racing, car racing, and F1 racing being the most popular. However, No matter how much you adore speed racing; unfortunately, not every racing buff is able to pursue racing as a full time profession for numerous reasons. Thanks to alternatives such as remote control boat racing, now it’s time to relive your lost dream.

Owing to innovations in the remote control technology by companies such as Aquacraft, Hot Wheels, Traxxas parts, etc.; hobby grade RC boats have become significantly faster and much easier to operate in the last few years. Today, RC boats promise incredible experience to speed buffs, making them an ideal choice for anyone who is looking for an exciting hobby.

Unfortunately, their popularity has kind of worked against them causing RC boat segment to be flooded with innumerable manufacturers; thus, making the task of making a suitable choice extremely difficult for the buyers. Therefore, if you are planning to buy a remote controlled boat, you must have some basic information about these mini power houses in order to make an apt purchase.

First of all, you must decide the grade of racing you will pursue in terms of the top speed of the boat. Depending on your seriousness and budget, you can choose from three power variants available in the market; nitro, gas and electricity. As you probably would have guesses, nitro boats are the fastest of the lot, closely followed by gas variants. However, low maintenance and initial cost of electric variants make them the most preferred choice of newbies.

For people targeting some serious RC boat racing, nitro RC boats are unarguably the best choice available in the market. These mean machines may be small in size but they are capable of reaching a top speed of up to 70mph by using nitro as the fuel. Gas variants on the other hand are capable of reaching a top speed of about 30-35mph with electric versions having a top speed of about 25-30mph.

Considering the aforesaid factor, you can easily make the decision of which variant to buy. Thanks to web search engines, you can easily find sellers offering all three variants using any web search engine. Online sellers offer RC equipment from all leading manufacturers with Aquacraft, Proboat, Hot Wheels, Traxxas parts, to name a few.

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This article was published on 2011/07/01