When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. For those out there looking to purchase a 52cc engine most vendors list them as 49cc motors due to liscencing restrictions for scooter use. The best direct source for the 52cc motor is Monster Scooter or Scooter Parts 4 Less, eBay is also a good source. I have just started on the 52cc motors, Mark Wollner and John O'Neal are your best source for more information on them.
I ordered a 52cc from Monster Scooter late (after close of business) yesterday and it has already shipped, so that I am happy with. Location: Minnesota Couple of pics of the boat and motor Took out the motor for its first real hunt. Location: South Africa Thanx for the heads-up Jeff, but I bought this software, its what I have now and I need someone to help design that cat with it for me. Location: South Africa Thanx for all the explanations guys, but that still does not show me in the direction of a offshore catamaran hull file more or less similiar to the one above that I can modify. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking.
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As far as my own plans for the boat, I'm planning on getting used to the watery nature that I have disdained running cars haha. I have already realized that balance is a lot more important in boats, especially if you ever want to get up on a plane. So far I am running semi-stock electronics with deans, and have installed a kyosho mini-inferno motor.


I will be completing the flex drive conversion sometime in the next week or two, however, I'm having a lot of fun just running the boat brushed at the moment. Is the C5 a good brushless motor for the mini v my local hobby shop seems to think so but I don't want to switch to that if nothing will be gained as I will be stuck with the motor.
The first upgrade I made was to change the prop, which allowed me to gain quite a bit of speed on the stock and mini inferno motor. The C5 brushless motor is going to be too small, you should try to find something around 26-28mm in diameter and 33-37mm long. Took me a total of 3 runs to get the courage to run at full throttle, and under glassy conditions this little thing is a bullet!
Duropower doesn't plan on selling the 52cc anymore because of a lack of sales, and they don't even have the trimmer listed on their site anymore.
Did you make a jig, that was my first thought, but if you have an easier method, I am all ears.
I really want to try the 5:1 reduction gear box on the smaller 33cc motor to see if the motor has the torque to push it, I know there is less than $25 difference in the motors, but it may be worth a look see, if nothing else, it gives me another reason to go shopping. I think the guy just blew you off rather than admit he had no idea how to answer your questions. By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Recently decided to turn over a new leaf in the radio controlled hobby with the purchase of this micro boat. I'll be transfer my Airtronics MX-3 electronics and Hobby Electronics HDS-877 Digital Micro Servo into it for starters. I placed a piece of foam in the stock battery tray and put my rc18t pack on top of it (held in by friction of the hull alone).


Also, if you are going to run brushless you'll need to convert the stock driveline to a flex cable system. Haven't had any problems running the flex shaft without the teflon tubing (directly in stock brass stuffing), greasing every 3-4 runs. If you look at the modern inboard tunnel jets ( Phantom sport jon, Seaark predator, Harbercraft extreme shallow ) you will notice some major differences. Based on the available pictures it appears you will need 4 longer installation bolts plus the correct drive bolt which is offered on their site. Don`t give up you will hit the right guy (knowledgible) and he will fix you up.I think scooterpartsforless also has electric starters. Have you been onto any of the block download sites, like TurboSquid or CBEN to see if there is anything you can take and modify? If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
I'd recommend an Octura X431, has been working great with the Mini Inferno and Neu Brushless motor. You may want to have a look at the Glen-l builders forum as there is an archived discussion regarding pwc powered boats. Perhaps if you were to put up a start that you have made, people might be more inclined to help with elements of it. It appears that adding an electric starter because of its additional thickness requires a longer starter drive engagement bolt which is offered on the partsforscooters web page.
This assembly also requires longer installation bolts(4) which should be available locally if they don`t come with the starter.



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