i drove a smaller version of those in san andreas
I wonder why the same companies that sell these hovercrafts also went into the hearing aid business?
@me2me23 Hover means to lift by contained air or redirected thrust. Since the skirt on this vehicle traps air, it is hover…..
We offer the Hov Pod SPX TCC 65HP with Rotax 582 engine – this has an onwater payload capability of 275 Kgs or 606 pounds. We also offer the Hov Pod SPX TCC 120HP with Weber 4 stroke engine turbo powered. This has an on water payload capability of 325 Kgs or 718 pounds. The Turbo really kicks in at 6000 rpm to provide tremendous power in very shallow water.
@hovpod what powers these fans?
We supply bare hulls for customers to add engines with alternative fuels. I drive a car with an alternative fuel, so agree it is better for the environment. Hovercraft are more enviromentally kinder than boats, they have less drag, do not pump exhaust fumes into the sea, do not use sea water to cool engines, have no prop to damage sea life, can travel over eggs without breaking any.
Alright, NOT meaning to pester you about this, but have you went into alternative fuels?
Basically because boats don’t travel over land, mud, sand, grass, roads, ice, snow so well and glue isn’t so strong.
i don’t have an attitude but can’t you just put a freaking fan on the back of a float boat with glue or something????? someone tell me why you cant?!?!?!?!
Top speed is around 40 mph depending on conditions. As you are floating on air, they are quite fuel efficient.
How fast can one of these go?
@me2me23 there’s an almost unnoticeable space between the craft and a perfect surface. it hovers. but when you put velocity and kinetics into the equation when it begins to move, then it doesn’t ALWAYS hover at EVERY second.
They are fantastic fun and quite addictive. We pride ourselves on our safety record, and attention to safety detail. They are reliable and not so expensive – like having an all terrain vehicle that is all terrain, and snowmobile and jet Ski and boat rolled into one, so excellent value. They stop really easily. For more details on pricing, please email us at email@example.com
For pricing we need to know where you are located, to calculate in local currency, estimate shipping costs and if any tax applies. There are three models and 19 options – so for detailed quote email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
They look like so much fun. I’d love to drive one. Now THAT’s what should replace cars, if there was a way to make them more safer, reliable, and cheaper for the average person. Also, maybe find a way to invent some kind of brake system for them. Runs on air? and pretty much anywhere? GREAT!
I don’t understand why they call it HOVER-craft when it doesn’t even hover. Do you even know what the word hover means?
Hovering (levitation), the process by which an object is suspended by a physical force against gravity, in a stable position WITHOUT SOLID PHYSICAL CONTACT ON ANY SURFACES.
This hovercraft is still touching the surface, its not really a hovercraft. Its an inflatable-craft.
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They are classified as hovercraft
so are thes classified as boats or planes
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I WANT TWO!!!!
@hovpod can u imagine a real boat that can hover 3 feet from the ground than this one and think of of a flying boat anything can happen in the future
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