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Old 02-28-2023, 12:56 PM
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For the hull bottoms..

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The modular pieces I wanted to build the 3 wing full Carbon Circus to the door hit me over the head for 893.00 Usd. Its is on the way. i have no idea how long the lay will take since it will not be joined to the center sections. I Also got the FULL cowl because ill have to modify it to make the funny 3 wings style snorkel.

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Old 03-06-2023, 01:26 PM
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Here's an updated cost summary:
part# SG92102.5-H $525.00 The sponsons will be all carbon fiber, aluminum turn fin bracket, flotation and sponsons joined together.
Center section will be CF unjoined, with partial wing sections
Add Carbon Fiber - sponsons, part# SG92012.5C cowl (special) and wing set $190.00
Other parts lexan canopy & lexan driver included.

And also a RAM wing set @. 25.00.dollars

The shipping to NC was $98.00

So the price is not a bragging price but a good deal in my mind. Those small pieces add up.

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This was one of my other considerations but Ive left it for a friend instead.
The Phil Thomas version is pretty nice and would go nice with his Lehners.
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I wonder how effective the mid wing is on the Eagle considering it as not a complete to trailing edge aero foil? We also plan to test some hall sensored out runners with the XLX2 . We want to see if we can utilize smart sense and cryo drive technology from castle on the outrunners but these 2 boats I build will be full Neumotors and Castle Creations nothing else.

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My guess is that it works as well, aerodynamically, as a contemporary full hull boat. The issue with that boat was that the rear section of the hull had so little buoyancy that it would sink if the boat wasn't moving and got any water in it. Like the four point Circus Circus and Elam Plus hulls, the concept was based on a R/C design and, like the Circus and Elam, what worked in model form didn't translate to a full sized boat.
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Great news since we build rc and not the real thing.
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Originally Posted by Clugh
I wonder how effective the mid wing is on the Eagle considering it as not a complete to trailing edge aero foil? We also plan to test some hall sensored out runners with the XLX2 . We want to see if we can utilize smart sense and cryo drive technology from castle on the outrunners but these 2 boats I build will be full Neumotors and Castle Creations nothing else.

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And so with one of the outrunners on the motor mount end will have this mounted on the shaft and print a fully adjustable rotating bezel that hold the 3 hall switches 30 degrees apart that will observe ROAR hall wiring to a JST connector just like the car in runners.This one came from a BOSCH window drive.
The adjustable then lock down rotating bezel will allow me to statically adjust timing as well.

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I received my orders of AMASS and castle 8mm connectors. And now I need some really really good cells.

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For the APD. Mine was sent factory direct after testing the beta prototype inverter so it had the leads already soldered on. They are 10 AWG. Im removing them and using crimped lugs and 8 awg with the AMASS connectors for it. Ill use the castles with the XLX2. Most of my power cables will be at least 8 AWG. I have to purchase another one to get for a pair. So thats a pair of APDs a Pair of XLX2 and a pair of HYDRA ICE HV V2 200S
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What I need to find out is if I can but the marine heatsink for my first XLX2 then I can just buy the other already the hydra version

I love this site. It host beautiful photos..

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Specifications:
  • Nominal capacity: 10400mAh
  • Nominal voltage: 6S 22.2 volts
  • Maximum voltage: 25.2 volts
  • Minimum voltage: 18 volts
  • Recommended landing voltage: 21 volts
  • Chemistry: Lithium-Polymer
  • Maximum constant discharge: 455 amps
  • Maximum charge current: 52 amps
  • Watt hours: 230.9 Wh
  • Energy Density: 159 Wh/Kg
  • 175C rating
  • Main lead and balance lead wire length is 6.50" (custom lengths available upon request)
  • 138mm x 45mm x 111mm, 1456g

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Specifications:
  • 5200mah capacity
  • 6S 22.2 volts
  • 175C rating
  • Lifetime warranty
  • 5C fast charge capable
  • 100% waterproof
  • Built today with factory fresh cells
  • Engineered drawings available upon request
  • Built with high-grade silicone jacket wire. Wire gauge determined by plug choice.
  • We add the connector and JST-XH balancing lead
  • Main lead and balance lead wire length is 4.00" (custom lengths available upon request)
  • 138mm x 45mm x 55.5mm, 736g
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Fri, Mar 17 at 10:14 AM
Hubert,
I received the payment and will let you know when I ship it out.
Thank you,
Steve Gualtieri
RC Boat Company Inc.




Im a bit excited!
Sorry!
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Good morning,
The insane is 4 weeks out I guess and Steve will let me know when the circus is one the way. I have this style balancer but have a few eelctronic balance ideas. i never really took it serious but if Andy is not doing props the only other person is Brian Buass whom I do not know. So it looks like I may have to finish this round myself.
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The engineer from Lehner showed me this dynamic spin balancer for the motor rotors so I was thinking you could also balance the prop this way as well.

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The insane mono and hardware is on the way it should be here by Thursday from Cali. I'm totally hyped about it. I have a pretty ambitious project proposed for it.

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ABC 1818 .50 BAR Cleaver Rake 10°
Hallo Christian,
Soweit ich weiß, arbeitet James bei ABC mit Folien der Newton-Radarserie.

https://www.researchgate.net/publica...der_Propellers

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Ich habe ein paar SAW-Requisiten hier.

38,1 mm mit einem Seitenverhältnis von 2,4 SKL
48,26 mm mit einem Seitenverhältnis von 2,4 SKL
48,26 mm mit einem Seitenverhältnis von 2,3 CLL Cleaver

Der SKL hat einen dünneren Keil und eine dünnere Hinterkante.

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1524 BAR.38 Rake 23° SKL
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1924 BAR .38 Rake 23° SKL
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1923 BAR .38 Rake 23° CLL Cleaver
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These are all raw of course.

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Prop Slip Calculator | Mercury Racing



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Default Futaba GPS



Telemetry GPS Sensor (01102290-1)
RANGE:

SPEED:
About 0 km/h ~ 500 km/h
About ~311 mph

ALTITUDE:
About -700 m ~ 5,500 m
About -766 y ~ 6015 y

VARIO METER:
About -150 m/s ~ +150 m/s
About -336 mph ~ +336 mph

LENGTH:
175 mm

WEIGHT:
11 g


VOLTAGE:
DC 3.7 ~ 7.4V

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