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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > Dauntless
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Forum Posts: 75
5th Aug 2017 11:08  
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Does anybody run a Dauntless cruiser please? Or had one in the past? I just need to know what batteries were used - thanks.

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Forum Posts: 1410
5th Aug 2017 12:17  
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Hi Nick, which Dauntless? See pics 😉
Size (LoA & Beam)? Weight? Motor? ESC? Prop? Desired run time?
Without this basic info it's like asking 'How long is a piece of string'!

BTW: how did your other little problem turn out??
Cheers Doug 😎

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Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug

Forum Posts: 75
5th Aug 2017 17:37  
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Hi's this one: and no that little issue is still ongoing...have changed my Tx/Rx/ESC to Turnigy....the Mtroniks ESC's I was using were 'compromised' regarding the set-up...I now have a programmable card to set up my ESC's - The Dauntless has been converted to a Police launch, it's a twin screw using two Electronize ESC's.....just needs a Tx/Rx and batteries, possibly looking at lead acid x2

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