Traxxas unveils new Blast

Mar 15, 2008 No Comments by

Latest from Traxxas, the Blast is back–and way better looking. Get the official details below, talk about it in the Hot News & New Stuff forum.

New TRAXXAS BLAST High-Performance Electric Race Boat

New Waterproof Electronics for All-Day Summer FunNew Blast

The new Traxxas Blast is engineered to be fast, reliable, and easy to drive. With the new waterproof, fully proportional Nautica electronic speed control, waterproof high-torque servo, and the patent-pending watertight receiver box, the lakeside fun doesn’t end early because of wet radio gear. The Blast is always ready to make waves with its stable 24-inch deep-V hull, a stylish new hatch, fresh new graphics and powerful Stinger® 20-turn modified motor. The steerable outdrive with adjustable trim delivers precise control and performance tuning options. Blast delivers Traxxas speed, fun, and quality with a feature list you might not expect from such an affordable boat. The price makes it easy to double the fun by purchasing two for realistic off-shore racing action.

Features:

Waterproof Nautica Electronic Speed Control

Sealed receiver box for watertight operation

High-torque, waterproof steering servo

High-performance 24” deep-V hull design

Sleek, stylish new hatch

Equipped with the Traxxas High-Current Connector

Powerful Stinger 20-turn modified motor

Fully adjustable steerable outdrive

Full-color, die cut decals

Fully assembled and Ready-To-Race®

 

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