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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Sailing kit and pontoons for revo 13 and 11  (Read 82 times)

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ken jan

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Looking into getting the sailing kit with pontoons for my revo 13 and wife's revo 11.  Thought it might be fun to assist and sail around. Anyone have experience with this? Is it worth it?


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I used the Hobie sail on my Adventure/Revo 16 (no amas/pontoons) a fair amount before upgrading to the AI. Itís a ton of fun, but is likely to result in AI envy...
This one goes to 11...


 

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