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Old 04-03-2010, 01:36 PM
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Three for $10

I got three electric outboard motors for $10 at last model boat swap meet locally here. I have eyeballed a hull to use one on over the years and thus the interest.

Now, in the past I had a gimick on my radio/escapement that turned the little K&O O.B. one way and then the other. One way was too much, and the other way (equal angularly) was insufficient.

To what amount of angular diflection distance should I normally aim the offset for?

These are slow cabin cruiser and runabout types I am thinking of here, and not a very speedy boat nor a Tug boat.



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We want pictures.
Old 04-04-2010, 11:36 AM
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We want pictures.

Normally I would but the electronic camera is now out of the area, in the hands of the female.

I need numbers only anyway.

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