AquaCraft Lucas Oil FE Catamaran

AquaCraft Lucas Oil FE Catamaran

This new boat is available in 2 options, and features a water cooled brushless motor, 60A ESC, and even has enough room to use dual LiPos. Check out the press release below for more:

With its authentic sponsor trim scheme, the Lucas Oil brushless FE catamaran stands out from all the other offshore racers. A water-cooled motor and 60 Amp controller deliver blazing speeds that complement the highperformance GrimRacer™ 2535 hardware package. For modelers that are all about convenience, there’s a Lucas Oil catamaran that comes with a dependable 2.4GHz radio system — or there’s the Receiver-Ready version that’s designed to accept the modeler’s radio of choice.


  • FE (Fast Electric) catamaran hull design
  • Completely assembled
  • Water-cooled 6-pole 1800kV brushless motor 60A controller with 4mm bullet and Deans® Ultra Plug® connectors
  • Painted fiberglass hull with graphics applied
  • Room for the power system and two LiPo batteries inside
  • .150” flex cable drive system with .187” prop shaft
  • Tape-down, waterproof hatch
  • High performance, fully adjustable GrimRacer 2535 hardware
  • Available with 2.4GHz radio system or Receiver-Ready


Hull Length: 29.5 in (750 mm)
Beam: 10.4 in (265 mm)
Weight: 4.1 lb (1.84 kg)
Both Versions Include: water-cooled 6-pole 1800kV brushless motor; 60A brushless controller w/4 mm bullet connectors and Deans® Ultra Plugs®;
2.4GHz Also Includes: Tactic TTX240 2.4GHz spread spectrum radio system
Both Versions Require: (2) 2S 7.4V LiPo battery packs; compatible battery charger
Rx-R Also Requires: 2-channel (minimum) radio and receiver

AQUB2105 – Lucas Oil Brushless FE Catamaran 2.4GHz – $399.99
AQUB2106 – Lucas Oil Brushless FE Catamaran Rx-R – $339.99

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Updated: June 5, 2013 — 1:35 PM
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