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    Looks great. love it! I'd imagine the way to...

    Looks great. love it!

    I'd imagine the way to go with bonding the mechanicals to the board would be to load spread. That board material is not good in tensile load so the more surface area and more...
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    Stalled again for a while whilst I fiddle with...

    Stalled again for a while whilst I fiddle with something else :D
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    Quality work

    Quality work
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    Love it, looks viable. Looking forward to this

    Love it, looks viable. Looking forward to this
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    Are you on the inner hole on the throttle arm?

    Are you on the inner hole on the throttle arm?
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    I'm not familiar with the specific radio, but the...

    I'm not familiar with the specific radio, but the self centralising mech is usually a tensile spring tensioned arm, this engages in a flat on the shaft that connects to the potentiometer. Having...
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    CF's flexibility depends on the mat construction....

    CF's flexibility depends on the mat construction. Like any fibres they resist bending longitudinally, so where we want stiffness on one plane we might use single axis mat, fibres all arranged in one...
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    Hehe, love these gassers, looking forward to mine...

    Hehe, love these gassers, looking forward to mine one day

    I'm going to say the opposite and suggest adding weight to the front rather than losing any. The reason being totally unproven but a...
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    At 2.6kg @ 1cm it should be fine on it's outer...

    At 2.6kg @ 1cm it should be fine on it's outer hole. You could work out it's limit at the operating length easy enough.
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    2 x 6oz cloth, is that right? That's a huge...

    2 x 6oz cloth, is that right? That's a huge layup. I'll be using something like 1 1/2oz Chopped strand mat, woven cloth is only stiff in two axis (assuming it's bi-axial mat), and it's overused in...
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    Like yours I want a full range of use, similar to...

    Like yours I want a full range of use, similar to Miss FivePoint I want it to float true and be able to troll comfortably. As such, with it not being dedicated to speed like the SI3 is, from current...
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    Neat solution arc, nice one. Liking your ply...

    Neat solution arc, nice one. Liking your ply paint edge quality clear in those pics too! :cool:
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    Just its size, 1260 LOA is now 1010, but I've got...

    Just its size, 1260 LOA is now 1010, but I've got to regain some buoyancy in the rear end now. I cut some paper templates alone this time to see how it fits, much better but the centre hull must be...
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    That size became troublesome after cutting some...

    That size became troublesome after cutting some rough templates of outlines in ply and foam, so back to the drawing for some changes. I'll try this next, I've included the plan view this time:
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    Are yours like these?: 2022461

    Are yours like these?:

    2022461
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    With the control rod outer sticking through the...

    With the control rod outer sticking through the 3/8 hole in the rudder plate just seal the boot to that, use some tubing to increase the diameter.

    I'd like to see a pic of your boot though, the...
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    From my experiences with plastic control rods...

    From my experiences with plastic control rods water is best kept out of them, friction soars when they get wet. On my twin test boat they locked up and I had to fit boots to the ends, so I'd not put...
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    A judgement on finish quality is best made in...

    A judgement on finish quality is best made in natural light, regular camera flash (or light I suppose as mine are mostly from a phone) rarely looks good in these close up pics. Check mine, I avoid...
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    Can't remember details about the German fins, but...

    Can't remember details about the German fins, but there was something that mine have that they didn't , the adjustable stop I think.

    I'll put up photos as usual.
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    This is pretty much where I am: The engine pod...

    This is pretty much where I am:
    The engine pod has moved forward
    I'm using a dummy Turbine inlet a'la H1 to cover the fuel tank/s
    Five point
    Stepped ride surfaces on the outer ride points (at...
  21. Thread: Sam's Flatty

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    A mess around vid taken yesterday, which includes...

    A mess around vid taken yesterday, which includes Sam's boat with brake in clearer view:


    http://youtu.be/IhgnAs8RnKw?list=UUw8b4mq7g44FwvGq97q6aKw
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    3lb lighter than my SI3 though :D

    3lb lighter than my SI3 though :D
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    Non hardening mastic. TDL is a common brand in...

    Non hardening mastic. TDL is a common brand in the US, so may be available. But, any non hardening bedding mastic will do. Put a few turns of soft cotton thread around the bolt for surety, a...
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    Well then surely leave it as it is? At least for...

    Well then surely leave it as it is? At least for now. There's bigger fish to fry ;-)
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    OK, so how does the boat actually look from ten...

    OK, so how does the boat actually look from ten feet away right now?
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