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ProBoat HyperSport Specifications
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HyperSport™ 48 Gas-Powered
Deep-V Owners Manual
Specifications
Total length......................................... 51.5 in (1308mm)
Hull length............................................. 48 in (1219mm)
Beam.................................................. 13.75 in (350mm)
Engine............................................... Zenoah G26 Marine
Radio System............................... Spektrum DX3S marine
Weight.................................................. 11.8 lb (5.35 kg)
Propeller..................... 2.74 in x 4.2 in Polished Aluminum
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The Spektrum trademark is used with permission
of Bachmann Industries, Inc.
Introduction
Read this owners manual thoroughly. You also
need to read the included Zenoah G26 engine
manual, along with the Spektrum DX3S radio
system manual.
Carefully unpack your HyperSport 48 and
examine the boat and its contents. The box
should contain the HyperSport 48 RTR with
installed radio, a boat stand, and the Spektrum
DX3S radio transmitter. If you are missing
any of these items or notice any damage,
immediately contact the place of purchase.
Congratulations on the purchase of your
Pro Boat® HyperSport™ 48 Deep-V. You are
just minutes from one of the most thrilling
experiences the radio control hobby has to offer.
The Pro Boat HyperSport 48 is a professionally
built, ready-to-run Deep-V fiberglass
composite model. Powered by the potent
Zenoah™ G26M engine, you will be able to
race across the water at speeds in excess of
35 mph!
Table of Contents
Introduction.......................................................................................................... 2
Table of Contents.................................................................................................. 2
Inspection............................................................................................................ 3
General Guidelines................................................................................................ 3
Contents.............................................................................................................. 4
Additional Required Items...................................................................................... 4
Suggested Field Equipment and Supplies.................................................................. 4
Section 1: Building the Boat Stand.......................................................................... 5
Section 2: Removing the Canopy............................................................................. 5
Section 3: Installing the Radio System Batteries....................................................... 6
Section 4: Installing the Wing................................................................................. 7
Section 5: Propeller Balancing................................................................................. 7
Section 6: Fueling the Tank.................................................................................... 7
Section 7: Range Checking the Spektrum DX3S Radio System.................................... 8
Section 8: Starting the Engine............................................................................ 8–9
Section 9: Stopping the Engine............................................................................... 9
Section 10: Handling Adjustments......................................................................... 10
Section 11: Cooling System.................................................................................. 10
Section 12: Troubleshooting Guide........................................................................ 11
Section 13: Hull Care........................................................................................... 11
Section 14: Maintenance...................................................................................... 12
Section 15: HyperSport 48 Replacement Parts........................................................ 13
Section 16: Flex Shaft Lubrication......................................................................... 14
Section 17: Appendix........................................................................................... 15
Warranty Information...................................................................................... 16–18
Declaration of Confirmity...................................................................................... 19
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Inspection
Carefully remove the boat and radio
transmitter from the box. Inspect the boat to
make sure no damage is present. If you notice
damage is present, please contact the hobby
shop where you purchased it.
General Guidelines
It is important that you read and follow this
instruction manual, along with the radio
system manual and the engine manual,
before you run this exciting boat. Failure
to read and understand the manual could
result in personal injury, property damage or
permanent damage to your boat. It is also
important to run your boat responsibly. With
proper care and maintenance, you will be able
to proudly enjoy your HyperSport 48 for many
years to come.
When operating the boat, stay clear of people,
full-scale boats, stationary objects and wildlife.
It is preferable to operate the HyperSport 48
in low wake, low wind conditions and in areas
free of people, wildlife and objects.
Confirm that all batteries are new and fully
charged prior to each run and that the failsafe
feature has been set properly in the event of
signal loss (see Spektrum radio manual for
details).
If at any time while operating your model
you sense any abnormal function, end your
operation immediately. Do not operate your
boat again until you are certain the problem
has been corrected. Always stay clear of
the propeller.
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Contents
• Assembled HyperSport™ 48 RTR
• Spektrum DX3S transmitter
• Boat stand
Additional Required Items
Although the HyperSport™ 48 comes fully assembled and ready for action, you will need a few
additional items in order to run your boat. You will need the following:
Evolution Synthetic 2-Cycle Oil, quart (EVOX1001Q)
CA or epoxy glue
Flex Shaft Lubrication (PRB0100)
Fuel container
Fuel Pump (HAN155)
Gasoline (+87 Octane), ethanol-free
8 AA alkaline batteries (4 for the transmitter and 4 for the receiver)
Suggested Field Equipment and Supplies
In addition to the items needed to run the HyperSport 48, we recommend that you carry the
following in your field box:
Engine Tuning Screwdriver (DYN2775)
Extra Propellers (PRB2369)
#1 Phillips screwdriver
8mm wrench
Screw-locking compound
Clean towels
Hex wrench: 2mm, 2.5mm, 4mm
16mm wrench (2)
Wax
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Section 1: Building the Boat Stand
 1. There are 4 plywood boat stand pieces.
The 2 short plywood pieces are the ends
of the boat stand.
 2. Secure the 2 long plywood pieces of
the interlocking boat stand to one end of
the short plywood pieces. Repeat with the
remaining short plywood pieces.
 3. Secure the stand together where each
piece is joined with epoxy or CA glue
(not included).
Section 2: Removing the Canopy
 Unscrew the knurled hatch-mounting
screw from the rear of the hatch. Lift the
hatch from the rear and pull to the rear.
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Section 3: Installing the Radio System Batteries
Receiver Batteries
 3. Wrap the battery pack in foam and
reinstall the radio box cover.
 1. Use a 2.5mm hex wrench to remove the
eight 2.5mm hex head screws that secure
the radio box cover.
 2. Remove the battery holder and install 4
AA alkaline batteries in the polarity shown
on the battery box.
Note: You may consider
upgrading the receiver battery
to a rechargeable battery
pack. We recommend a
6-volt 1400mAh 3+2 hump
rechargeable battery pack or
equivalent (DYN1445). See
your local Pro Boat dealer.
Transmitter Batteries
 1. Remove the transmitter from the box.
 2. Remove the battery cover on the
bottom of the transmitter.
 3. Insert 4 AA alkaline batteries into the
battery holder.
Note the proper polarity of
the batteries.
 4. Turn on the transmitter and confirm
that the LCD illuminates, indicating proper
installation of fully charged batteries.
 5. Turn on the receiver switch and move
the controls. Confirm that all controls
operate in the proper direction and are
controlled by the proper transmitter input.
 6. Turn the transmitter and the receiver
switch off. To keep the boat from receiving
stray signals, the transmitter should be
turned on first, followed by the receiver.
Likewise, the receiver should be turned off
first, then the transmitter.
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Section 4: Installing the Wing
 1. Install the wing in the direction shown.
 2. Use two 10mm nuts to secure the wing
to the hull.
Note: The wing is not intended
to be a handle.
Section 5: Propeller Balancing
For optimum performance, propeller balancing
can add several mph to top speed and reduce
vibration. There are several different propeller
balancing tools available. Read the instructions
that accompany the propeller balancing tool as
removing material from the correct part of the
propeller is crucial. Contact a local hobby retail
store for assistance.
Section 6: Fueling the Tank
Use only Zenoah or Evolution (EVOX1001Q)
2-Cycle Synthetic Oil and premium gasoline
mixed 32:1 to power the HyperSport 48. Fill
the tank completely and secure the fuel cap.
Keep fuel in a moisture-free environment, as
stale fuel will cause the Zenoah G26M engine
to lose performance.
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Section 7: Range Checking the Spektrum DX3S Radio System
Before the first run of the HyperSport 48, you
should check the radio for proper operation
and to ensure proper control movement of
the rudder and throttle. Also ensure that the
antenna on the boat is extended properly and
that all batteries are in working condition.
The shorter receiver antenna may be left
inside the radio box. Confirm that it does not
interfere with any linkages.
 3. If everything appears to be operating
correctly, start the engine. Place the boat
in the water and run it (at about 1⁄3
throttle) close to the shoreline. If the radio
system is operating properly, you can
begin to run the boat faster and further
away from the shoreline.
Note: It is a good idea to
range check prior to operating
your boat after any repair,
installation of new batteries,
or at the beginning of each
boating session.
 1. With the radio system turned on
(transmitter and receiver) and with the
engine off, walk off 40 to 50 paces from
the HyperSport 48.
Radio Failsafe
 2. Have an assistant remain with the boat
to check for proper control movement of
the rudder from your transmitter input.
The Spektrum DX3S radio system has a builtin failsafe that returns the throttle to neutral
in the event of signal loss. See the radio's
instruction manual for instructions on how to
set the failsafe position.
Section 8: Starting the Engine
Fill the tank with 2-cycle fuel and firmly
tighten the fuel cap.
Note: The Zenoah G26M
carburetor is factory adjusted to
deliver optimum performance.
See the Zenoah Engine manual
for fine-tuning adjustments
and other helpful information
to make your RC boating
experience trouble-free.
Priming the Engine
Press the priming bulb several times until it
becomes filled with fuel. This is not necessary
if the engine has recently been run.
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Section 8: Starting the Engine
Choking the Engine
Close the choke by rotating the small yellow
tubing extension. This is not necessary if the
engine has recently been operated.
Pull-starting the Engine
With an assistant holding the boat to the boat
stand and bracing the engine with one hand,
pull the starting cord briskly several times.
Once the engine fires (begins to start),
partially open the choke. Prolonged choking
will flood the engine with fuel until the engine
warms up. See Section 12: Troubleshooting
Guide to correct the flooding condition. It
may be necessary to trim the throttle open
slightly during initial starting. Once the
engine is warmed up (10-20 seconds) open
the choke completely.
Note: Do not allow the boat
to run out of the water for an
extended period of time or
engine overheating will occur.
Section 9: Stopping the Engine
Idle the boat near shore and press the kill
switch located on the hull as shown.
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Section 10: Handling Adjustments
Propeller Trim Angle
You may adjust the propeller strut to add up
or down trim to the propeller by loosening
the propeller strut bolt and sliding the
propeller strut up to increase top-end speed
(but steering response will decrease and
cavitation may occur if excessively adjusted).
Lowering the trim angle will increase handling
performance (but may cause the boat to oversteer and decrease speed).
Section 11: Cooling System
Water-Cooled Cylinder Head and
Muffler Cooling
Water-Cooled
Cylinder Head
Line from Head
to Muffler
The exhaust system is cooled after the
cylinder head. See photo for proper cooling
line routing. Do not alter the cooling line
routing method.
Line from Head
to Rudder
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Carburetor
Section 12: Troubleshooting Guide
Problem Possible Solution
Engine will not start Improper needle setting: see Zenoah Engine Manual; baseline settings are 2 turns out for high-speed, 1 turn out for low-speed
Out of fuel: fill fuel tank
Improper fuel: use fresh Gasoline & Zenoah or Evolution 2-Cycle Oil
(mixed 32 parts gas to 1 part oil)
Bad Spark plug: replace
Flooded engine: remove spark plug, invert boat and operate the pullstarter to remove fuel
Engine starts, then dies
Fuel line blocked or broken: connect or replace fuel line
Reset needles to baseline setting: see Zenoah instructions
Engine starts and runs for several minutes, then dies
Bad fuel: replace
Improper needle settings: see Zenoah Engine Manual
Overheated engine: check for clogged or damaged cooling system
Debris in carburetor or filter clunk; disassemble and clean
Section 13: Hull Care
The hull of the HyperSport™ 48 is finished
using the highest quality paints and the
most advanced painting methods available.
The base coat/clear coat technique delivers
an amazing shine that is as durable as it is
beautiful. To keep your HyperSport 48 looking
new, you should apply a wax coating as used
on automotive finishes to prevent oxidation
and to further protect against damage caused
by fuel and other harmful chemicals.
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Section 14: Maintenance
After operating the HyperSport 48
The Pro Boat HyperSport 48 should provide
many hours of exciting high-speed racing fun
with just minor maintenance. Preventative
maintenance is very important. Taking the
time to ensure that all the setscrews and bolts
are tight before each operation of the boat will
prevent many problems.
Drain all the fuel from the fuel system. Wipe
off any exhaust residue from the boat. If
you operate the HyperSport 48 in salt water,
thoroughly rinse the deck, hull, and all the
metal hardware with fresh water, then dry
them with a clean towel. Flush the cooling
system with fresh water. After cleaning, coat
all metal parts with a silicone spray lubricant.
This will help to prevent corrosion.
Ensure that the radio box and equipment
inside are dry.
Any damage caused by saltwater corrosion or
fuel damage is not covered under warranty.
Before operating the HyperSport 48
Check that all screws and hardware are
securely in place. This is very important, as
the muffler screws may occasionally vibrate
loose during the initial runs.
Check the propeller for damage in the form of
chipping or cracking. If you find any damage,
replace the propeller, as the damage will effect
the performance of the boat and could also
cause safety concerns.
When refueling, always wipe away any excess
fuel that may have spilled into or on the boat.
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Section 15: HyperSport 48 Replacement Parts
In the event that you need to purchase replacement parts for your engine or the HyperSport 48,
please see your local hobby store. You can also purchase them from Horizon Hobby by calling
1-800-338-4639 or shop online @ www.horizonhobby.com
PRB2366
PRB2367
PRB2368
PRB2369
PRB2370
PRB2371
PRB2372
PRB2373
PRB2374
PRB2375
PRB2376
PRB2377
PRB2378
PRB2379
PRB2380
PRB2381
PRB2382
PRB2383
Stock # Description
PRB2663
Throttle Cable
PRB2668
Canopy Mounting Nut
PRB2669
Pushrod Bellow
PRB2680
Ball Linkage Set
PRB2692
Throttle Cable Mount
PRB2674
Propeller Nut
PRB2239
Drain Plug
PRB2355
Vibration Dampener (4)
PRB2356
Stuffing Box
PRB2357
Flex Shaft Liner
PRB2358
Servo Tray
PRB2359
Radio Box Cover
PRB2360
Cable Collet
PRB2361
Fuel Tank
PRB2362
Kill Switch
PRB2363
Tank Straps
PRB2364
Flex shaft
PRB2365
Exhaust Port
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Prop Shaft Strut
Prop bracket
Drive Dog
Propeller (Aluminum)
Rudder Strut
Rubber Boot (2)
Rudder Pushrod
Rudder Bracket
Rudder Arm
Rudder Shaft
Rudder
Muffler
Prop. Shaft
Rudder Servo Horn (Aluminum)
Screw Set
Motor Mount
Silicone Exhaust Tube
On/Off Switch Mount
Section 16: Flex Shaft Lubrication
 1. Use two 16mm wrenches to loosen the
flex shaft collet.
 4. Clean all residue off of the flex shaft
with a de-greasing cleaner and wipe dry.
 2. Remove the propeller strut nut and bolt
using a 4mm hex wrench and 8mm box or
open end wrench.
 5. Liberally apply marine grease
(PRB0110) to the flex shaft.
 6. Install in reverse order, being sure to
leave a 1–2mm gap between the drive dog
and the rear of the propeller strut.
 3.Slide the flex shaft/prop strut out of the
stuffing box from the rear.
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Section 17: Appendix
Photo 1
Exhaust
Port
Cooling
Line
Photo 2
Cooling
Line
Fuel Tank
Engine
Drain Plug
Kill Switch
Propeller
Cooling
Line
Carburetor
Rudder
Photo 3
Photo 4
Throttle
Cable
Spark Plug
Cooling
Line
Boat Stand
Primer
Button
Hull
Hatch
Hatch
Mounting
Screw
Carburetor
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Pull
Starter
Warranty Information
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This warranty does not cover damage due to
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United Kingdom:
Electronics and engines requiring inspection
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FCC Information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
rules. Operation is subject to the following
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cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause
undesired operation.Caution: Changes or
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the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This product contains a radio transmitter with
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Declaration of Conformity
(in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1)
(in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1)
No. HH20090514
No. HH20090513
Product(s):PRB Hypersport with
radio
Item Number(s):
PRB2350
Product(s):PRB Hypersport
without radio
Item Number(s):
PRB2350
Equipment class:
Equipment class:
2
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The objects of declaration described above
are in conformity with the requirements of
the specifications listed below, following the
provisions of the European R&TTE directive
1999/5/EC:
The objects of declaration described above
are in conformity with the requirements of
the specifications listed below, following the
provisions of the European R&TTE directive
1999/5/EC:
EN 300-328 v1.7.1
ERM requirements
for wideband transmission systems operating
in the 2.4 GHz ISM band
EN 301 489-1 v.1.6.1
requirements
General EMC
EN 301 489-17 v.1.2.1
EN 301 489-1 v.1.6.1
General EMC
requirements for Radio equipment
EN 301 489-17 v.1.2.1
Signed for and on behalf of:
Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Champaign, IL USA
May 14, 2009
Signed for and on behalf of:
Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Champaign, IL USA
May 13, 2009
Steven A. Hall
Steven A. Hall
Vice President
International Operations and Risk Management
Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Vice President
International Operations and Risk Management
Horizon Hobby, Inc.
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