Please ignore the plue side bars, they are neccesary for floating. Now the most surprizing thig is NO MODS WERE USED! So the instructions are, group 1 to activate boats controls, throttle, brake and yaw. Now the deck has only 1 operational but 2 will launch the helicopter and start it's engines and it will fly to its doom. now the small fighter pointing forward in the center is operational. group 3 will start will start engines and allow he VTOL slider to move nozzles. Group 4 will l shoot fighter shoot. roll will make the turret steer and group 5-6 will shoot turret. The max speed is aout 37-238 miles per hour (MPH). The fighter is a bit touchy and the boat does not turn that much but have fun!
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