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Old 05-04-2020, 01:44 AM
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Hello everyone!
I would like to repeat as much information as possible about MATHE engines. In particular on the 35cc "CASA".I personally know the engineer Mangiacavalli, a good and helpful person. The engines are produced near Como, Italy.


I would like information on which boats have been mounted, propellers, performance and more from those who use them.
Thanks to everyone!

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Old 05-06-2020, 01:37 AM
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I have a few of the older VHP design and a Mathe 70 (also of the older style). Only 35 I have installed presently is in an Outrigger style hull. Believe the Prop used was a 2918/2 ABC prop.
The Mathe 70 is running a gearbox and a pair of stern drives. It is in an incomplete project in a 65" GTX. I have basically scrapped plans for that project due to weight issues however.
I had additional plans to use a pair of new Mathe 70 motors in a 96" fountain I have however the US dealer does not seem to want my business - no response to inquiries on price or availability unfortunately. This hull currently has a pair of CMB35 RS motors.

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Originally Posted by Justaddwata View Post
I have a few of the older VHP design and a Mathe 70 (also of the older style). Only 35 I have installed presently is in an Outrigger style hull. Believe the Prop used was a 2918/2 ABC prop.
The Mathe 70 is running a gearbox and a pair of stern drives. It is in an incomplete project in a 65" GTX. I have basically scrapped plans for that project due to weight issues however.
I had additional plans to use a pair of new Mathe 70 motors in a 96" fountain I have however the US dealer does not seem to want my business - no response to inquiries on price or availability unfortunately. This hull currently has a pair of CMB35 RS motors.
Hi! Justaddwata,as you have seen we are building a hull with two 35cc MATHE. We have 83-inch boat with submerged transmission. we are interested to know if someone uses it for FSR-V and which propellers. Our goal is to reach 50 mph / h, will it be possible ?!
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Unfortunately in the USA no one runs or races FSR-V class boats. Only in europe I believe. In the US surface drive is most popular.

50mph is an ambitious speed as it appears a heavy boat. It may be possible however FSR-V boaters may give a more accurate expectation based on such a drive.
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Unfortunately in the USA no one runs or races FSR-V class boats. Only in europe I believe. In the US surface drive is most popular.

50mph is an ambitious speed as it appears a heavy boat. It may be possible however FSR-V boaters may give a more accurate expectation based on such a drive.
The finished hull will lose approximately 25 kg (including fuel). But we can two 35cc engines .. 50 mph / h is not a little ... we hope to work well on the propellers.
The FSR-V 35cc hulls usually weigh 11kg and arrive at around 55 mph.
The propulsion is in line of rigids under the hull. The props is different
In Europe the Offshore or Duration (V) categories are both very popular ... I didn't know that in America it was less!
The Hull in costruction:
MAS-Torpedo 210cm 35cc x 2 FPV

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