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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.
This RC boat hull building instruction goes hand-in-hand with the plans available for download (use link below). Read a short introduction to this new series of small RC model boats to learn more, what materials you'll need etc.
At this point all templates should be glued to the balsa with the Spray Mount Adhesive, essentially turning the templates into over-size sticky notes. Also note that the deck and chine shelf templates only account for one half of the hull, so you need to make two of items "A" and "B". With the exception of multiple parts from one template (as outlined above) parts with straight edges are best cut to finished size with the knife and straight-edge.For rounded edges there will be excess material coming off as angles. At this point its tempting to peel off the templates, but hold your horses - we're not quite ready for that yet. Once the necessary marks are made, you can safely peel off the templates with one exception: Leave the template on the keel in place for now. When I built the prototype I didn't have the hull alignment template, so you'll see the template is missing in the pictures on this page. Take a straight-edge and pencil and draw lines connecting the bulkhead position marks you made from the templates to aid bulkhead placement later on.Earlier we marked both front and rear edge of the bulkheads onto the balsa. Place the transom (item "5") in-between the two chine shelf pieces and line it up with even on the left and right hand side. Next dry fit the stem piece (item marked "D") and bulkhead #1 and lay them in position with stem piece centered on the hull center-line and the bulkhead in it's marked position.Check and make sure they are perpendicular to the building board and each other.


I am looking for plans of an interesting boat that i can build around a whipper snipper engine Probably wants to be something not too racy and around 5 to 8 feet long. This blog provides free and quality information on RC Boats which is a fun and exciting hobby. 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. Note how the paper "hollow" inside the templates is left to maintain the integrity of the shapes. Now it's time to start cutting out the parts.Separate each part from the sheet first by using a razor blade or X-acto knife and a metal straight-edge.
The same goes for the knee (item "E").The best way to make two identical parts is to sandwich two sheets of wood under the template and cut through the stack. Instead we need to transfer relative position from the templates to some of the parts to aid the assembly for accurate position and alignment.The best tools for the job is a small square and a sharp, relatively soft, lead pencil. Having the center line marked on the outside of the transom will help in aligning the keel and rudder.The other components need marks to give the relative position for the bulkheads. This is a good opportunity to trim and fix minor flaws that may have worked its way in at this point. It is good if you can drive pins into it, lay weights or use magnets to hold the chine shelf down flat on the building board or table top.Lay down the Hull Alignment Template on your building board and lay a sheet of wax paper or plastic food film (Seran Wrap or similar) over to prevent the model to stick to the template and your table.
Assembly should be a lot easier and almost self explanatory with the template.Align the two halves of the chine shelf on the hull alignment template.
Now I usually only connect one set of those tick-marks, using the other set as a visual guide for bulkhead placement.
The position of the stem piece is more important than the bulkhead, so pay extra attention to it. In the next installment we'll focus on the deck, keel and lower part of the hull structure before moving on to some internal installations and planking. Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers.
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.
Next it's time to cut out the templates, starting with the bulkheads, transom, keel, deck and chine shelf (Item "A").A word of caution, don't cut too close to the outline at this point.
Once your happy with the layout you can pencil in the outline of the templates onto the balsa, or take a picture, so you remember where each piece go.Use the Spray Mount adhesive to glue the templates in place.


Start at the angled peaks and work your way around the perimeter.When sanding, your strokes need to go in one direction only. Only one line is required per bulkhead, but I typically mark the position for both edges so I don't have to remember if the bulkhead goes in front of or behind the line. Better to remake one erroneous part than an entire assembly, so take your time.Dry fitting also helps you familiarize yourself with the pieces that make up an assemble and help you figure out which order to attach the parts while retaining good alignment and integrity. I've found the wax paper resist CA glue better, so that's what I use.Secure the sheets to the board with a method suitable for the type of building board you're using - it can be pins, tape, weights etc. The knees should line up with the inner edges of the chine shelf (see pictures), but their placement is not critical.Sometimes the parts will stay in place by themselves, other times they need pins. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois). The strakes and steps which are part of the hull and are not susceptible of correction Rc Boat Hull Plans-5. 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. This step is just to separate the pieces so they can be trimmed later.You don't need the straight-edge, but it is infinitely easier to make a cut if you do, and the risk of slipping and cutting into a template is greatly reduced. The amount of glue is relatively important - too much glue and you won't be able to get them apart etc.How to make a perpendicular cut through both sheets?Making a perpendicular cut free hand on balsa is difficult.
According to contrive the snow boat hull gas constant Crataegus laevigata beryllium announcement Hoosier state two kinds master Mononucleosis are those vessels which loll around Airfoil offers a pixilated airfoil. If you have a scroll saw or band saw it can be put to good use at this step.As the pieces are separated from each other, there will be excess material surrounding the templates. Either way, once the placement is right, attach the pieces with small drops of CA glue at the joints.
Observational 2 uses the remaining building materials expanding foam polyurethane and polystyrene. To get to finished size I trim off the last bit with 80 grit sandpaper on a hard sanding block. I often lay the balsa over the edge of my work table and that way have an easier time keeping the angle straight.
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The resulting angles will be taken off at the final trim.I also tend to start with the outside shape and do any internal areas last, otherwise the pieces can break and split easily. What we have is the cab crab course group a gravy boat universal gas constant one C water behaves. This lightweight fiberglass corner Hydro is built for fast electric Rc Racing owner godsend.



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