The original Inception was a force to be reckoned with, it has now got even better with this updated model. The water-cooled 1300KV brushless outrunner motor has been further improved and the water-cooled 90amp ESC has been replaced with a 120amp version. This set up will give you blistering speeds in excess of 80km/hr across your favorite boating lake. Added to this it has also been given a new stylish and attractive black and red color scheme that really makes it stand out from the crowd and will cause heads to turn at your favorite boating lake. The Inception still retains the well-proven ABS deep-vee hull which gives it the incredible speed and stability in a straight line but also enables it to dig in and turn on a dime.
The popular features that have been retained are adjustable stainless steel turn fins, adjustable rear strudder unit for choppy or smooth conditions, and a choice of 2 battery/propeller combinations for different high-end speeds. This ready to run version is complete with a GT2E AFHDS 2A 2.4GHz 2 channel radio system with a waterproof receiver and a powerful 9kg steering servo. Drive from the motor to the highly efficient 2 blade metal propeller is courtesy of a very strong 5mm flexible direct drive system and steering is accomplished with an outboard strudder unit. This metal unit supports the propeller end of the flexible drive system parallel to the hull for optimum thrust, it can be adjusted slightly for different water conditions and it also places the rudder unit in the optimum position for accurate and controlled steering. All this comes in a ready to run format, no building required, so all you have to do is supply the battery system of your choice and you are ready to go.
The 2 battery combinations are:
2 x 5000mAh 2S (7.4V) in series to give 14.8V. These with the supplied P1.4 x 60mm metal propeller will give speeds in excess of 60km/hr.
2 x 5000mAh 3S (11.1V) in series to give 22.2V. These with the supplied P1.4 x 56mm metal propeller will give speeds in excess of 80km/hr.
Important Note: You must use the correct propeller for the number of cells you are using, failure to do so will result in the motor and ESC being overloaded and possibly burning out.