Originally Posted by K-H2o
Ronk- Looking Good !! If you run into any clearance problems you should be able to flip both servo arms and run the pushrod on the rail side.
You also want the arms to be parallel, and the pushrod to be at 90 degrees to the arm in the center position.
So I flipped both of the servo arms to the rail side but the dude wouldn't turn all the way. I did leave the arm on the servo on the rail side and the dude servo arm back and I now have maximum movement with more clearance than I thought I would.
Originally Posted by bearcave
nice work on the shark.
just in case you feel as though there is so much work and re-work to get it going, and maybe feel a bit snowed under, try this quick vid
The Shark in that video you posted is how it started, I found a Board Shark at a discount store here in Canada (Winners) for $20. When I got home I googled "Board Shark MOD" and found this site. I enjoy to surf for real and I work for an Canadian Airline, I ended up flying to Maui for a week and met up with some good guys on this site. From there K-H2o had the Board Shark in that YouTube vid and after trying out the different variations from Maui RC Surfer I came up with this....
I was thinking on giving my dude a GoPro head..
I think I am ready to clean my Shark up and seal it with epoxy and I should be ready to rock..
P.S. I love the SNOW!!