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Tuned Pipe for K&B 11cc inboard

Old 07-20-2020, 04:51 PM
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Hello Everyone , Which tuned pipe is best for a K&B 11cc inboard. Prather 9040 or a Steve muck pipe .
Old 07-20-2020, 05:25 PM
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The 9040 is actually too large for that engine, being a 13-15cc pipe. I would check out the Muck pipe to see if it's compatible or not
Old 07-20-2020, 07:38 PM
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Thanks for the info, Hydro Junkie. the Muck pipe is for a .67 & looks like a better unit also . will be going in a Dumas 36" SK Daddle that i just built
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You sure you want to put that big of engine in that small of boat? That is more of a .21 to .45 sized boat. In fact, here is what the Dumas website says:
For full bore running, this model of the Hallet SK boat can be lots of fun! All parts are pre-cut birch or mahogany plywood. A watertight compartment protects radio control gear. For radio control you can use up to a .40 engine. Use running hardware kit # 2351.
Length 36
Beam 14 inches
Power up to .40 engine
Running Hardware #2351 solid drive line kit


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Old 07-20-2020, 09:06 PM
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Just got to thinking. If you want a boat that can handle the .65, you might consider this one:
https://zippkits.com/index.php?main_...roducts_id=260

It's actually made for a gas engine but it's in the size range of the 60 sized boat
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Yep I know the .67 may be a bit much for this boat & I've taken that into consideration during the build with certain mods to hopefully keep it going straight & on the water , I will try & post some pics of it . The new kit Of this boat from Dumas is nice & builds well .

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