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I liked the idea of this particular model as I used to operate free-running airscrew driven hydroplanes as a schoolboy in the 1950s. As it was porpoising at speed (slight ripple on the water) I moved the battery forward a half inch and tried again. I also think some reduction of rudder throw will be needed - again, I exceeded the designed amount so it was my own fault.
Today's runs show it steers OK at speed but when not planing it seems to feel happier inverted. A larger prop will not fit but I will be trying a 3-blader which will do two things - the diameter will be smaller so I can lower the motor to aid stability; and the thrustline will be lower, although a temporary packing to try out the differences has to be tried first with the current prop to check the effect. The owner of a airboat site called( self inflicted ) did like you said by making bottom of airboat beveled up about an inch whic for me gives me a headache at my age on how to do it. I'm sure you are all right, but the object of the thing was a scale look for a general runabout.
I really like the idea of the side wings and coincidentally with these replies I got an email suggesting exactly that, so for the future I will probably go that way. I've now chopped down the pylon by about 10% which seems to have lowered the cg by quite a margin. Look around and ask for free for your desired plan, so you can start to build your own ship model.
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A collection of plans for the classic wooden boats plans- the models vary in size but I prefer to work on models that are about 1m in length or larger so the majority of plans here are for the larger models.
I have also included a section on RC Hardware with Wiring Diagrams for basic RC Boat and Ship layouts.
Set paper size in the print options in the Adobe print menu - ensure paper size setting is correct. The plans are large sheets 2A0 in sheet size - the large sheets that are best printed at a print shop such as Kinko's or similar high street printers. Each type of motor used with the Radio Control gear requires a specific design of Speed Controller. The Speed Controllers above have a water cooled Heat Sink to prevent the RC Speed Controller overheating. You will notice that the Brushless Speed Controllers and Brushless Motors have three wires to supply the power to the motor. The Brushed Speed Controller and Motor use the conventional Plus and Minus leads to run the motor and the electronic speed controlled basically switches the power on and off at a high speed to control the power to the motor.
The design of Brushless motors allows a Water Jacket type of heat sink to be used to remove the heat from the electric motor while under load.


The water is fed from forward facing inlet on the hull which forces the water into the jacket and out through a drain - this is the most efficient way to cool you RC Boat motor. The Battery Connection, Power Switch, Radio Receiver and Rudder Servo connection are also shown on the RC Ship Wiring Diagrams - Click on the thumbnails to download the full sized wiring diagrams. Another video of our Lil Swamp Buggy airboats rippin' around the pond with their Cox .049 engines. Project of an Engine boat fast and funny, used parts air plane toy and of power supply fans. This is really just a way to test some of my air engines and maybe a Stirling engine as well. Scratch Built Swizzle Stick EP,( Model World Magazines free plan) flying on the beach in the evening.
In it is a free plan of Skimmer - an airboat designed by Glynn Guest who is a prolific designer of model boats. These were usually 1cc ED Bee diesel powered and were very skittish to trim but extremely stable. This time the slapping was reduced but the tendency was for the bow to duck under - a bit sensitive to CG this model. The early free runners all had a shallow Vee hull and never had the rollover problem so I think a more elaborate design may be more able to cope with my ham-fisted style.
The cg should be close to 30% with the components spred out across the inside interior for balance. So I halved the rudder movement and used rates to cut that to 50% and it still seems a bit too touchy at low speed so the advice to reduce rudder area is spot on!
Cajun has free plans on his site and also builds electric airboats and his quality is beyound reproach.
As usual it's going to end up a compromise between what works best and what I expected from it. I realise there's a whole lot of info coming which will be a lot of use to me and others who are starting out with airboats.
The speed controller converts the DC battery power into a kind of 3 phase AC voltage to run the motor. I have to make the rudders yet and mount the battery and RX in the radio box as well as sand the seams. I explain the different components of RC cars and possible price points to get entry into the hobby.
If I try to push the model over, it needs to be about 45 degrees of list when at rest, so it's the thrust that does the damage. It's still slapping the waves so there's scope for moving the cg a bit further forward, but I'll keep that for some calm day.


I make my pics around 900 pixels wide and the file size up to 100kb which makes it quick to send.
The three blade prop runs at 12,400rpm instead of the 12,500 of the Gunther so little difference there. The cost is kept low so that everyone can have a chance to build the models - some lesser quality plans are for sale on the web for 10 times the price.
It does, as you suggest, restrict things - it's relatively small, needs fairly calm water and will need some careful work to make it safe enough to operate on our small lake.
This time it was OK but a turn at low throttle caused it to dig-in and it turned over about 30 ft out on the water. I didn't spent enough time with it cause i have several 22" monos in the works at the time.
Luckily, recovery isn't too much of a problem so there's scope for playing around to get it right.
Although not waterproof in that position, I found the prop very efficient at low revs in the water and the rudder still operated so brought it back in (rudder reversed of course). It was up and planing with no apparent effort and scattered the ducks who are not used to anything very quick.
As this was a quick trial, the tx battery was low and the voltage warning started so I came home to think about it. I use the BEC as it's good for 2amps and I'll get nowhere near that on a 7cell and only one servo. How about having your driver lay flat near the bow tied down like spiderman or some other character.
Flat out, the motor isn't reaching 10amps yet, but the straight line performance is beyond what I expected.
Rereading that you have a micro servo, ditch it cause they strip gears and went to a 3001 fub. You could put a wing on each side about half way and just above waterline at wideopen throttle.
Taper this end of rudder to a point for even flow of air so you can get it to run straight.
Now if you use small 2aa batteries in a group of 4 gives you 6 volts which is plenty big for a micro servo and a 9 volt will destroy a micro servo if you go that route.



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