It's true what Ivo says - instructions are clear and concise, get the center of gravity correct and use the specified components - and the thing just flies.
Here's my setup:
Motor: Plettenberg Moskito 3BM (4200kV)
ESC: HobbyWing Platinum 40A (adapted, waterproof, watercooled)
Battery: Turnigy Nano-Tech 1800mAh 2s LiPo, 45-90C
Servo: INO-Lab HG202HB
Radio: Futaba 4PL / R2104GF (adapted, waterproof)
Propeller: KMD steel alloy, 26mm
Total weight: approx 540gm
the boats are so fantastic designed that does not need any instructions.
I have his Merelin M, he sent me just blank hull so I assembled with straight shaftline. And with the motor 1020 12Y (for mini models). It is with other different positions of CG and shaftline angles and place installed.
It is racing class Eco-Start in my country.
The same model with change of the propeller I raced as an Eco-Standart. It is also working very fine lake that.
I have very big collection of racing bots from almost all famos designers but Kukorelli is the only ONE designed his boat so that to work every possible way.
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