Pro Boat UL-19 Hydroplane RTR

The all new UL-19 from Pro Boat is a ready to run hydroplane that can hit speeds near 50MPH. Let's take a look!


A FE 30" Hydro That's Ready To Run

The all new UL-19 hydroplane from Pro Boat is a lightweight fiberglass sport boat that's had the turbine housing and rear wing removed to reduce drag and weight. It comes with a brushless 2000kv Dynamite motor, 120A marine ESC, and a DX2E 2.4GHz transmitter. Out the box, the UL-19 is capable of speeds near 50MPH on a pair of 3S LiPos. The running gear is stainless and aluminum, with a stainless steel prop.

Pro Boat UL-19 30-inch Hydroplane Brushless RTR (2 min 2 sec)

UL-19 Features:

  • Fiberglass hull with matching canopy and removable vertical fins
  • Powerful waterproof electronics
  • Dynamite® 2000Kv brushless motor
  • Spektrum™ DX2E 2.4GHz transmitter
  • Stainless steel two-blade propeller
  • Interference-free connection
  • Aluminum adjustable propeller strut
  • Aluminum break-away rudder
  • Stainless steel turn fin

Last edited by Matt Gunn; May 11, 2017 at 07:56 AM..
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May 22, 2017, 01:29 PM
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How mich is it?
May 22, 2017, 06:12 PM
Fast electric boats maybe
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Originally Posted by ww5
how mich is it?
May 24, 2017, 01:46 PM
RELAX. You'll live longer
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There's already a 4 page thread on this boat with some interesting reading.

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