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Pro Boat Introduces the 1/12 Miss LLumar Nitro Hydro RTR

9/22/2004 by

Copyright:© 2004 Horizon Hobby, Inc.

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On the heels of the enormously popular Miss Budweiser RTR comes Miss LLumar, a nitro-powered, accurately detailed 1/12-scale replica of Unlimited legend Mark Evans' futuristic T-4 that's ready to run right out of the box. This great looking hydro is every bit as detailed as its sibling and will provide a welcome choice for anyone looking for something a little different to race against the Miss Budweiser.

Along with its prepainted fiberglass composite hull and corrosion-resistant stainless steel running hardware, Miss LLumar offers a new extended flex shaft that allows for a larger prop selection and increased performance. And Pro Boat's high-performance tuned exhaust system helps drivers extract every last bit of power from the factory-installed Dynamite .15 water-cooled marine engine. The result is a boat that will literally rip across the water at speeds of up to 30 mph.

As with the Pro Boat 1/12 Miss Budweiser, the Miss LLumar benefits from JR's Python 2-channel AM radio system that comes factory-installed. It offers drivers easy-to-use features such as servo reversing and analog steering rate adjustment.

Specifications:
Length: 27.5 in
Beam: 14 in
Radio: JR® Python pistol-grip 2-channel system, 75MHz (preinstalled)
Engine: Dynamite .15 pull-start (preinstalled)

 
Speeds approaching 30 mph are no problem for Dynamite's .15 pull-start engine, which includes a water-cooled head, long-lasting ABC construction and vibration-dampened motor mounts.   The high-performance tuned exhaust system extracts every last bit of the water-cooled Dynamite .15's power.
     
     
The new extended flex shaft and aluminum strut allow for more optimized prop angle and location, increasing performance and allowing for a larger prop selection.   Mark Evans' futuristic T-4 full-size version of the Pro Boat Miss LLumar.

 

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