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Old 06-27-2005, 02:31 PM
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Default deep vee 40 radio set up

i have deep vee 40 that was built a long time ago, but was never finished. the orginal plans dont have any pictures of the radio set. could someone post some pics of the top of there deep vee , and some close ups of the radio compartment. thanks
Old 10-18-2006, 04:20 PM
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Default RE: deep vee 40 radio set up

not sure if these pics will help or even come out
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i have deep vee 40 that was built a long time ago, but was never finished. the orginal plans dont have any pictures of the radio set. could someone post some pics of the top of there deep vee , and some close ups of the radio compartment. thanks
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Default RE: deep vee 40 radio set up

well its a villain IV and I dont enclose the radio but, its basically lexan milled with a dremel tool. The receiver uses 3M double sided tape. A radio box could be built easily, but if you completely seal the boat you wont need to worry. If you must build one, even a tuperware container would work. Just make tight holes for the wires and control rods. You can use silicon sealant to seal the boat and the radio box.

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