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  1. I'll get an amp draw and post what I find.

    I'll get an amp draw and post what I find.
  2. So not a good idea to get it in the Ballpark?...

    So not a good idea to get it in the Ballpark? I'll check just curious.
  3. Alright I just checked a different forum for the...

    Alright I just checked a different forum for the amp draw on a 40lb trolling motor and someone said their 80lb trolling motor had a 40A draw with a 56A fuse. That tells me that a proboat 40A esc...
  4. Alright I'll look into it some more.

    Alright I'll look into it some more.
  5. ESC strong enough to power a 40lb trolling motor

    I want to build a tugboat strong enough and large enough to tow my canoe with me in it. Basically just for fun and to say it's that strong. I have already considered buying plans from twotugboats.com...
  6. looking to build a large scale tractor tug with a trolling motor.

    I have already considered buying plans from twotugboats.com but I want this to be my own design. It's gonna be big. I plan to hang a 40lb thrust trolling motor for propulsion (Not scale I know) and a...
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    That's what I was thinking. Do you think a...

    That's what I was thinking. Do you think a motorcycle battery would be to small? I'm trying to get a good run time out of it but I think a car battery would sink it lol.
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    tug that uses a trolling motor?

    I like fishing from a canoe and I like rc boats. I figured I could combine the 2 making a tug that uses a trolling motor. In order to keep it scales I would prefer to use rudders. The tug will be...
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    Forgive my level of optimism. I have zero...

    Forgive my level of optimism. I have zero experience In This. My design has changed. Same motor but hull size is 3in x 16in not inclincluding the sonar cone or tail section. The esc is 95A battery is...
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    submarine scale prop vs boat prop

    Im planning to build a sub from pvc pipe roughly 24in long with a 2in i.d. it will be powered by a 36mm diameter x 60mm long 2200kv brushless motor. Long story short; im looking for speed. What kind...
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    RE: air pressure bouency

    well I appreciate the help man. Thank you.
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    RE: air pressure bouency

    thanks for he numbers man I appreciate it. Now another question. Is it a bad idea to use an outrunner brushless motor in water? Thats what im working with for now. It will be total submerged.
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    RE: air pressure bouency

    Rougly 1.5ft with a 2inch diameter.
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    RE: air pressure bouency

    I actually mean dynamic diving. Got my words confused sorry. Another problem I am coming across is how can I make a submarine that is light yet low buoyancy? From what I can see its impossible.
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    RE: air pressure bouency

    I have seen this on alot of subs. I like it alot but im just coming in to subs so I want to stay simple on my first. after I have a feel for it and get used to the way a sub behaves I will add a...
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    RE: brushless pvc sub

    Believe it or not...2". Im going small because im using an airplane motor that will be fully submerged in the water. I figure by staying small and lite weight I can keep the power to weight ratio...
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    air pressure bouency

    would increasing or decreasing the air pressure in a sub effect its bouency? Or maybe changing the gases to say argon?
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    brushless pvc sub

    I am making a brushless submarine that will be powered by an 11.1v lipo. The submarine will be kept as small as possible to keep the power to weight ratio up. What I need to know is how I can do a...
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    homemade submarine parts list

    looking to make a static diving brushless submarine that i plan on running it with a 3s lipo battery. i would like to make it out of pvc pipe apx 2ft long but with a jet drive made from a reducer...
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    RE: Tacon motor for airboat

    yes they are truck motors. i figured it would be ok because what im using it for is a pretty low weight and im only using 7.4 volts. do you think it would still be an issue?
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    Tacon motor for airboat

    I know this is an airplane forum but who to help me figure this out than you guys. I am curious as to weither or not you can use a tacon 3660 or 2848 540xl for an air boat. Im not worried about the...
  22. RE: Kyosho inferno mp 7.5 conversion to rally/drift car

    And how has that worked out so far?
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  23. Kyosho inferno mp 7.5 conversion to rally/drift car

    That is my buggy. I have converted it to brushless and I'm planning on converting it to a rally drift car and I'm curious as to how to do it. It seems that not many people have done or are interested...
  24. RE: First generation stampede with a big brushless motor

    That's what I was hoping to do. I'm kinda broke so I'm still working on getting a bigger esc. All I have right now is a hobbyking 35a. It's obviously not enough to power it effectively but it will...
  25. First generation stampede with a big brushless motor

    I am slapping a tacon 2 pole 3660 1800kv sensor less brushless motor in my first gen stampede. It's kind of a lot of power for this truck being that the spur gear is only availiable in that white...
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