I am building a trailer and don't know what kind of lights to use what kind did you use on your and where did you get them.
Let's face it there's not a boy operating theatre a fair few girls who haven't either played with or treasured to make for with a distant controlled car gravy boat operating theatre plane and wh.
Plans for homemade lathe Plans For Lathe DIY lathe using saw by Wooden Tool Man 72 123 views 6 45. The rudder is in a bad spot, steering sucks so I'm working on that and will get a video this weekend.
These electric motors have some amazing power, never would have though they were this strong.
I am waiting on a new rudder that will place the leading edge behind the props, it should do the trick. First test which was multiple back and forth high speed runs but few were at full throttle.
I was testing with one pack per motor because I was afraid the extra weight would slow it down. I think with 4 batteries total I should get an honest 15 minutes run time with mostly high speed running.
But I am not sure which motors should be used or if at all feasible with electric power, they have quite large electric brushless motors in their webpage and if not possible with outboards I might be interested in trying inboard brushless like your project but I am in need for some advise in regards to which motors, feasibility ..
In this build I bought the little scale outboards first then found a hull that matched in scale size. If outboards could be used I am ready to buy THREE units off them why do you think is not feasible? IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE TOOLS TO MAKE THE MOUNTS TO FIT ELECTRIC MOTORS to the gas outboards, than there is no need to move on from there. Quick video, it sucks because I was alone so I just set the camera on the lean post of my boat.
The new rudder works great, the only thing I need to figure out now is the over heating ESC.
From building airplanes, I'd say if you made the frame out of a harder wood not necessarly balsa. I was thinking about other wood too, I used to be a finish carpenter so I'm really good at working with wood.
Well I went to the LHS and they had some balsa and basswood however they didn't have the sizes I wanted. I came across a fiberglass repair kit at ACE yesterday, it included the resin, 3sq feet of fiberglass cloth and was only about $14.
I plan on posting pics as I go along, however I think I'll be busy with work for the next week or so and don't know if I'll be able to do a whole lot. Ok, did a little work, I'm pretty sure I'm going to go with 2 axles, 3 would look funny because the boat isn't long enough.
Location: santa cruz,ca Hey Blackice, Here is a pic of a wood built, gas powered hydro. Originally Posted by blackice I'm looking to build a remote control model boat for my nephew and don't really know where to start with regard to design ideas and construction. Having said that, the details of buying your equipment has gone far beyond what radio control models used to be when I was a boy. I am in the process of doing scale model testing, and just getting the radio control to make the motor spin requires a new paradigm shift in thinking.


For example, unlike say an electric slot car, that uses a variable resistance switch to control power - all the electric RC engines are controlled by watercooled, solid state Speed Controllers.
For example, you are expected to hold the speed arm of the RC transmitter to 'dead stop' before you turn the transmitter on.
You will also find that all the fine detail of how to utilise the 'smarts' of this newfangled gear is written in tiny, hard to read 'chinese jargonees' on toilet paper, along with lots of warnings that if you do the wrong thing, you may damage your $300 worth of gear. Location: Lakeland Fl USA Rwatson you may be pleased to know that, arguably, the worlds best RC sheet winch is made in Oz. The EC12class is a 59 inch, 17 pound, 72 inch mast height model taken from the Tank test model that Charlie Morgan used when he designed his Americas Cup challenger. I've had a brief look around the forum and hopefully I'm okay to ask for some advice on here. I'm looking to build an electric powered, sports type of boat and have a reasonable amount of knowledge when it comes to model making and the electrics side of things having previously raced both electric and nitro buggy models competitvely. I'm looking to get some ideas and design the boat before building as I don't really want to make it up as I go along.
The main problem with beginners it's they go too fast (the dream syndrom) and spend a lot of money on a too complex boat with very expensive accessories etc. Stringer repair » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Search this Thread Advanced Search Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post Learning To Build A Model Boat. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. Took about a week to paint, then about 3 days later I found a decal sheet for the boat itself that I could have used instead of going insane cutting all those masks. I really wanted to do a 3 axle design too but I just don't think it would look right, however I might build another trailer since this one is going so quickly.
Whether you're researching a new boat, or are a seasoned Captain, you'll find The Hull Truth Boating & Fishing Message Forum contains a wealth of information from Boaters and Sportfishermen around the world. Because the rudder is in front of the props it throws air into the props causing massive cavitation. I would really want to power it with a three large outboard set up, if neccessary, using three gas outboard complete lower units but with a large brushless in the place of the gas motor maybe like the one in the pic at the bottom of this text. That model is big and will be heavy and three of these motors should push it to 50 MPH if you can get big enough lower units and props.
Maybe pine would be better, I was thinking balsa because it works well with CA glue and is super easy to cut. I have the wood, straightened it out, came up with a design, a joint method and am ready to start working on it.
They have their own microprocessor that 'talks' to the intelligent 'brushless' watercooled motors, that will beep at you if things aren't right. This will 'program' the motor to drop to dead slow if the boat goes out of range of the transmitter.
I bought a Nikko boat about 6 months ago and I was going to covert it to regular electronics and put in a better motor. Monophonic 01 Plans here http boottekeningen sauceboat name Mono 01 Materials 3mm atomic number 13 dewy-eyed solutions to many common questions surrounding abode made RC boats.
And because its not in the prop wash it just doesn't turn the boat will unless the boat is moving at a good clip.
I think your biggest problem is going to be finding outboards that big that are scale looking.


My 54" Fountain has two Leopard 5692 (1340 Kv) motors and the boat is so fast its hard to keep it in the water.
I took some pics with two and three wheels to simulate axles to see how it will look, give me some opions, I still can't decide. Tomorrow I plan on finishing the cross braces and starting on the rails that the boat actually sits on. Most seriously involved model boaters just go ballistic when the T word is used by the uninitiated. Average cost for a decent one, ready to sail, is about $3000, The world championship was held in New Zealnd a couple of years back. On electric boat models just a submarine, but a lot of electric motor gliders and strange flying things. It's actually a bit larger than this boat and I think a 3 axle would look just right under it. This was the first voice concluded video I always did thus rc boat build tutorial arrest with me Sorry if it was a bite slow.
The specs are as follows Motor 3000kv mystery brushless outrunner Speed this is a cool instructable of mine that will show you how to turn an former crappy and wrecked from many flights rc plane into.
I have the ability to run two batteries in parallel per motor which won't increase the speed but will double the run time. The gas outboard you have pictured above will work and I believe they make little Mercury cowlings for them. My first idea was to use small aluminum stock such as C channel, angle iron, and small nuts and bolts to fasten it all together. Maybe I'll cruize down to the LHS and see what they have in stock, they might have that other kind that you are thinking about.
All I'm using is a small hobby miter box and saw, glue, a small drill bit, and some 1 inch brad nails. These are the steps iodine took to make my boat but you You butt shape an wholly SOLAR remote controlled boat using solar Ionic fan parts. I think three axles would look cool however it may not look right if the boat is not long enough.
In the second pic you can make out the center beam of the trailer, that is about how long it will be.
But the fun is not directly related with the size or price of the model, often it's even the contrary as I've seen in boats and planes. I have never fully lost interest in big boats and currently I'm restoring a 1960 Chris Craft sportsman. Have angstrom unit Nothing spoils an RC outing like having to fish your project out of cryptic Beaver State losing it. I think I'll just paint it and put a good clear coat on it to keep water from saturating the wood. I would use TC tires on it and haven't figured out how to mount the axles yet or come up with a general design yet.




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