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    NQD Storm Engine PX-16



    Hey all,



    I've got a NQD Storm Engine PX-16 and I'd like to modify it so I can make it go faster.

    I plan on running 2xbrushless motors, but I'm unsure on what 'kv' I'm looking for. I'm after speed!

    As for a rudder, should I go for a twin rudder setup or a single rudder? And what length also?



    My aim is to get similar speed like this NQD Storm Engine PX-16; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtfBXsD9u-U



    Any ideas on what I should do to it?



    Also, because it's a cheap boat, I don't want to spend a fortune on it.


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    RE: NQD Storm Engine PX-16

    He he he... pretty much same answers...

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    RE: NQD Storm Engine PX-16

    Ahaha, yes. I thought I'd get some different opinions from around the net.

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    RE: NQD Storm Engine PX-16

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!


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