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Old 09-05-2012, 09:35 AM
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Hello-

I need help to identify who manufactures a boat hull that I am looking into buying.

It is a Catamaran hull that is 50” long.

Also what is the size limit for the engine (Gas or Nitro)?

Thanks for any help
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Old 09-05-2012, 12:39 PM
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Default RE: Help with boat hull manufactory

Believe it is the Popeyes 50 by Aeromarine. The hatch of the 50 has a pair of scoops but I believe it used to have the 4 detents like the one you show (and same as the Popeye's 42") http://www.aeromarinerc.com/index.ph...=142&Itemid=53

Would work well with a 26cc Zen, Sikk, RCMK, etc. I believe the top of the motor will be exposed through the hatch as there is not a lot of clearance - not a big deal. Also will likely have the pipe cut through the back of the hull.

If you want to fully conceal the motor and pipe you might look at the Aeromarine Conquest or avenger Pro (http://www.aeromarinerc.com/index.ph...d=37&Itemid=53) or Express Craft Thunderbolt http://expresscraft.com/thunderbolt.html which will hold the same motor concealed.
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Justaddwata-
Thanks for the info.
It was very helpful.

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