The DCB M41 Widebody catamaran (474.99 USD), may have just given me yet another reason to head to the lake. Designed by DCB (Dave’s Custom Boats) founder Dave Hemmingson, The DCB M41 is the largest model offered in the DCB M-Series.
Though the original DCB M41 features 2 1350 engines and speeds across the water at speeds of upwards of 175 mph, the M41 replica by Traxxas has been accurately reproduced to deliver the speed, stability and confidence that the full size M41 is known for.
The M41 replica is equally right at home blasting across the water at speeds of 50+mph and it’s razer sharp handling let’s you carve turns with authority and precision, yet offers safe and easy control while cruising next to the shore line.
At just over 40″ long, the M41 has a commanding presence just floating in the water, but bust open that throttle and the good times begin. It is that size and shape that give the M41 the versatility to work well in a wide range of conditions.
The foundation of the new M41’s extreme performance is it’s all new hull design. The accurately rendered replica of the precision engineered original DCB M41 hull is not only fast but stable, With it’s built in foam flotation it is virtually unsinkable.
The ready to race Traxxas DCB M41 Widebody is assembled with a TQi 2.4GHz radio system, Velineon brushless power system, applied graphics and detailed instructions. It looks like Traxxas has made my trips to the lake even more fun.