Gasoline Bumper Boat

Description

 

         The gasoline bumper boat model Honda 2,3 hp is a very useful entertainment product, capable of making swift turns with a marine engine and a bright composite cabinet.

Low fuel consumption of 1 liter gasoline for about 1 hour without stopping. This allows you to work between 1.5 and 2 hours according to the stroke-riding account.

 

Features

  • Tube Part is a special boot fabric.

  • The boot fabric can withstand temperatures of -45 +75 degrees Celsius and does not leave any air inside. In this way, regardless of you, the operator is saving a very large load.

  • The cabin is completely polyester and has a structure suitable for external conditions.

  • Thanks to its special apparatus, the motor cabinet is carefully assembled.

  • Honda 2.3 HP marine engine is used.

Tarpaulin Features

* Bot fabric completely special production (zodiak boat fabric) stand out as a separate feature.

* The boot fabric can withstand temperatures of -45 +75 degrees Celsius and does not leave any air in it.

* In this way, regardless of you, the operator is a very large load.

*The cabin part is durable composite and it is extremely durable. Its colors do not fade in the sun and it is very long lasting because it does not see the pulse thanks to the helmet around it.

Manfacturing Stage

          Manufacturing stage of our factory is also the cordless boats; A professional team devotedly works for the environmental tube, cabinet, printing and assembly. Screws in the steering wheel and fasteners are chromium.

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Poll Models

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Various pool applications are available for Gasoline Colliders. The most preferred model is steel construction pool application.

  • Pool height 1 meter

  • Water height 60 cm

  • Boat boarding platform width 1 meter

  • railing height 6o cm.

  • Covering tarpaulin canvas

  • The dressing is digital printed with a visual tarpaulin.

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