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prop and batteries help

Posted 08-09-2011 at 03:40 PM by davidh
Updated 08-15-2011 at 04:08 PM by davidh

where and what would be the best water proof esc (speed controllers) around 160 to 200a? also would like to hear from some one that has made there boat waterproof without having to use tape?
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More pictures

Posted 04-25-2011 at 11:05 AM by CapeCod

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Miss Canada III build

Posted 04-12-2011 at 07:17 AM by Bigwoodie

A build of the Miss Canada III kit by Osborn Models of Canada. I picked this kit because of the unique bottom design by Van Patten.
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A Nutter....

Posted 10-15-2010 at 02:35 PM by eddieh

While I finished the Carlsberg, I have an older skeleton for a picklefork sitting in the shop. I bought the skeleton off ebay, and what i thought was light ply was actually doorskin, she was HEAVY!!!, what I did was hog out all the formers, I left only about 3/32nd of an inch and it was VERY birdcage like. I then sheeted the bottom, and used the very light packing styrofoam between all the formers, (except down the middle) I then used non expanding foam in between the styro blocks to secure the...
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Carlsberg done

Posted 10-15-2010 at 02:25 PM by eddieh

well I am sorry for not posting pics, but I have finished my "shorty" mis carlsberg, she is based on the 80 bud back-up or the miss olympia
I cut a "Finley Furrow" in her which is basically a drop in the hull where I place the motor and batts and it does work well it reduces the amount of packed air under the hull and lowers the CG. I raced her earlier this month and after setting the timing properly on the schulze 105wo she was very quick, I also added carbon fiber ride...
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