This is the newest version of our world record holding 21 nitro outrigger kit.
The 21 holds numerous oval and straightaway records.
Designed by Martin Truex, Jr., Ron Zaker and Joe Petro.
All kits now ship with 4.0 degree (21G2) sponsons.
This hull is the current state of the art for riggers, and currently holds the record for the fastest ever 2 laps on a 1/4 mile course.
Designed for very low hydrodynamic drag with water shearing and anti capillary features, this hull is fast, and turns are incredible!
This is considered a full kit, as it includes carbon boom tubes, aluminum boom tube collars and 7075 aluminum turn fin.
This kit is highly pre-fabricated, and assembly is easy, thanks to the 31 page photo illustrated, step by step assembly manual.
You can use ANY 20 to 28 engine! Air cooled OR water cooled! Pull the engine out of your truggy and bolt it in!
If you have a car engine with an SG crankshaft (1/4-28 threads), you can use the
NovaRossi Buggy Engine>Marine Flywheel Adapter
JAE 21GT Specifications:
Length- 33 inches
Beam- 20-3/4 inches
Weight- 3.5 to 4.0 pounds
Engine- .20, .28 Air or Water cooled Nitro
Radio- 2-3 channel
Full Kit Includes:
Laser cut Birch plywood for the entire kit
CNC machined high density foam sponson cores
.093 7075 T-6 Aluminum turn fin with mounting hardware
Anodized aluminum sponson sleeves (4)
Carbon Fiber boom tubes (2)
Aluminum boom tube collars (4)
Brass tub inserts for boom tubes
36 Page Photo Illustrated Building and Setup Manual
We recommend our aluminum servo mount for this kit.
Our 21GT Ultimate Hardware Set includes everything you need, except engine, radio and building/ finishing materials.
21GT Fiberglass cowling now available.
We also have a pre-bent shaft tube for the 21GT.
Note that this kit requires a 3/16x24 inch flex shaft.
Now shipping with the motor mount holes pre-drilled to fit our Super Mounts. Choose otherwise below.
New! Choose standard, or Tommy David Mod sponsons below!
Note: Shipping weight shown is dimensional weight, not actual weight.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 20 January, 2011.