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Dragonforce 65 v6 Racing Sailboat 2.4GHz Ready-to-Race (RTR)

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  • DragonForce 65 Ready to Race includes Mylar Sails, Pre-installed electronics, tools, sheeting and everything you need to get your boat on the water except for AA Batteries

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New for 2020 the Version 6 DragonForce 65! The most in-demand best selling RC yacht in the world, just got better!! New features on the DF65 Version 6 Include: -50 Micron Mylar " A" Sails, ships flat in box, with corner reinforcement, battens, eyelets and improved jib luff -Boom Vang redesigned to be easy to adjust, better connection to boom -Redesigned "no flex" Servo tray, featuring improved control arm geometry -New Jib forestay fitting for easier more consistent jib rigging -Upgraded digital rudder servo -Upgraded radio, with improved adjustment redesigned rudder post, to improve fit and stability -Recessed deck track for eyelets, and improved under deck plastic insert to keep eyelets waterproof with out extra glue -Retooled mould designed to make boat more durable / thicker The Joysway DragonForce 65, or DF65 for short, is by far currently the best selling RC yacht in the world. The reasons are as simple as the concept and design itself, which was developed in collaboration between Joysway and top RC performance yacht designers . This partnership has resulted in the DF65 which was first released in February 2013, an affordable competition class RC yacht that is so affordable it can enjoyed by serious competitors and non serious hobbyists alike. Sleek lines and competition-developed sails make the DragonForce 65 race, perform and compete against even those yachts that would be 10 times the price! The boat is based on the ICE design with an ABS hull, profiled aluminium fin and molded plastic rudder. The rig is a full sized, low aspect rig with carbon spars and a ball raced gooseneck. The DragonForce 65 is a recognized competition RC yacht that can be sailed in the restricted DF65 Class which is recognized by the American Model Yachting Association, with well defined rules and RC associations that are located worldwide.


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