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Old 03-06-2010, 12:26 PM
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Nice prop: http://www.offshoreelectrics.com/pro...rod=octsb-x438

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Hopefully only about 80 amps continous, best guess
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Old 03-06-2010, 01:02 PM
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Nice prop: http://www.offshoreelectrics.com/pro...rod=octsb-x438

x438

Hopefully only about 80 amps continous, best guess
Haha, I had to read the entire thread again to see what you were talking about in both your posts. I haven't done anything to my boat and I don't really plan on it. It steers good enough for me to run it, and thats all I need. I would flip the mount, but it wont fit unless I drill new holes, and I don't really feel like doing that. It wouldn't get moved over that much, so I'm fine the way it is. I do have a smaller prop I will run, the stock one that comes with the Thundercat 31, whatever size that is.
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Old 03-06-2010, 11:51 PM
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Ran it again today. Only got to 36 today, much windier. Got some good pictures of the boat running today, hope you enjoy.

[link=http://rynwohld.smugmug.com/RC-Toys/MHZ-Shockwave-M/11434821_qQeLc]Shockwave Gallery[/link]


They are having some issues, but will hopefully be up soon.
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Old 03-08-2010, 04:21 AM
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The pictures look good, the boat looks like fun. Just wait, you break 40mph then you will want 50. LOL
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Old 07-16-2010, 08:54 PM
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Hey guys, gunna resurrect this thread again. I was out running the Shockwave today and my flex shaft decided to come loose on me. Bummer. Well I decided to take out the motor in the boat so I could get the teflon liner and and found that one of the wires on the motor was horribly corroded. I'm not sure yet whether I should just tape it up and keep using it or try and resolder the already short wire. Here's my question though. Does anyone know offhand what size flex shaft just from looking at the pictures? The Teflon liner was super thin and literally broke as soon as I got it out. It seemed to be so soft and saturated that it bent over and tore. I'm hoping someone knows so I don't have to do a bunch of research. The specs for the motor are on the first page.
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what ever happened to that boat?
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Seven-year-old thread, and the OP hasn't logged on in two years......



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