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Old 11-14-2006, 01:19 AM
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Ok guys since my ts2 is officially retired from racing, non-commissioned, but still kickin[sm=punching.gif], i'm decided to make it an inboard tunnel, i pulled out the .32 dynamite from tc31 and this will be the powerplant...the set-up will be fuel tank, motor, radio box as shown in the pics. deck will be cut-out to accomodate the radio box, so far i got most of the stuff except prop strut and rudder,,,only thing is the tuned pipe is protruding i'm thinkin' of this kind of header,,see pics,, in this way tuned pipe will be tuck and will go on top of radio box at the same time inside of cowling still.

please feel free to drop any input, either crazy or non-sense it's fine

kinda little bit worry of the stability of this boat afterwards.
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Old 11-14-2006, 01:33 AM
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Hay wave waker! A stuped question or not.Why are you putting that .32 in your boat?The hot.21 or .28 has more power that the dynamite motor.Dont get mad at me,I'm not a big fan on that motor.[>:]
Old 11-14-2006, 01:46 AM
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Hay wave waker! A stuped question or not.Why are you putting that .32 in your boat?The hot.21 or .28 has more power that the dynamite motor.Dont get mad at me,I'm not a big fan on that motor.[>:]
because it's free got it from my thundercat 31, beside it has a tiger drive starter...well, if u sponsor me a .21 or .28 i'll accept it, i''l put ur name in the boat as major sponsor[sm=teeth_smile.gif]..why u don't like the motor?

i'm thinkin' of putting a steerable drive or outdrive whatever u call it, but i do no where to find so far.
Old 11-14-2006, 01:58 AM
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It dont have the power that I like.The .21 has more power the .32 dynamite motor and weighs less too.I'm going to get a .28 for my boat nexted and it's very hot motor for power 3.5hp and top end at 40.000rpms.That more then my .21 that in my boat ever dreamed on having that power.I love horse power but to much power is a over kill too!!
Old 11-14-2006, 02:12 AM
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It dont have the power that I like.The .21 has more power the .32 dynamite motor and weighs less too.I'm going to get a .28 for my boat nexted and it's very hot motor for power 3.5hp and top end at 40.000rpms.That more then my .21 that in my boat ever dreamed on having that power.I love horse power but to much power is a over kill too!!

yeah i agree with u .32 has big displacement but low hp compared to most .21, actually, my impression before with dynamite .32 is under power..but what is good with this engine is very easy to start and tune,,
Old 11-14-2006, 02:24 AM
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I cant knock on a free motor.But I had a bad taste in my mouth about dynamite motors!![:'(]I'm not very imprested with them eather.[&o]Proboat didnt even know what where the motor specks on both of them eather!!Thats tell me somthing!!
Old 11-14-2006, 04:53 AM
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Tunnels use an OUTBOARD motor, a hydro uses an INBOARD motor [:@]
Old 11-14-2006, 02:55 PM
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Default RE: TS2 .32 INBOARD MOTOR the making...

Hey Miss Hydro curious to know...have you actually owned a dynamite .32?
Old 11-14-2006, 04:11 PM
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I'd tryed one and wasnt very impressed with it eather.My friend has that motor now.
Old 11-14-2006, 05:59 PM
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i have the Sw36 with that motor currently, and i got to say its not exactly what you would call "top end".....its Ok, but not exactly the best for the price....i have been tuning it exactly like what is said in the motor manual and its still not running right, im mean a free motor is great, but that one your using isnt....

im not saying that you shouldnt try it, in fact, i rather want to see what the finished product is, just saying that there are better motors and the .32 isnt one of them.......

who makes this .28 that people are talking about?? does the company have a website??
Old 11-14-2006, 06:54 PM
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who makes this .28 that people are talking about?? does the company have a website??
Yeah I wanna know too. A .28 that dyno's in 3.5 hp and spins 40K sounds unbelievable!
Old 11-14-2006, 07:02 PM
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thast probably unloaded rpms though......does it have a lot of top end HP and isnt that speed almost at the level where it goes so fast the prop wont even work????
Old 11-14-2006, 09:24 PM
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Novarossi Make two of them.The one is the sts .28,but its got the car carb and sg crank.But the way I'd read it's impersive.Now theM528MS has the boat carb but stills has the SG style crank.The guy in the Us nevered emailed me back and it's been two week.I'd emailed him 5 times!!I gess he dont want business from me!!I'm going to try to find somebody else to deal with on the novarossi motors.[>:]
Old 11-14-2006, 11:01 PM
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hey leave wake waker alone his TS2 inboard looks...well....it looks crazy but I like it!!! Nice dude, i'll be checking back on the progress of this project for sure.
Old 11-15-2006, 01:16 AM
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I'm all for out-of-the-box thinking and this isn't the first time that I've seen this tried. I'm not a fan of steerable outdrives though. A "Strudder" setup might be an easier way to go with the strut having a skeg under it.
A motor mount would be easy to make, just some solid wood block with Du-Bro threaded inserts.
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hey Dodamissc howdy? long time no hear from u man....

Ron, i'm thinkin' bout that strudder,,do u have specific idea on engine mount, pls. check the pics below, that's how will be the set-up.

ok, deck is cut, seems like my plan is workin so far, no issue on fitting all the stuff inside the canopy, now i'm picking which is which a straight shaft or flex?,,anybody can tell me how[sm=confused.gif]
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Old 11-15-2006, 09:57 PM
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Old 11-16-2006, 01:19 AM
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Definitely go with a flex cable setup. Maybe you could use some of the other parts from off the T-Cat 31.
It's too bad that Proboat doesn't make a wrap to center header like they use on the Bud/Elam/LLumar boats as something like that would help to keep as much as possible under the cowling.
The engine is going to need air. Here's a thought to get some in, cut out the windshield area and place some window screen in its place. It can be glued on place with some Shoe-Goo. It's one of those take it or leave it ideas.
Check Octura as they have a rudder stand-off mount that attaches to their struts. Others should have something similar.
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Definitely go with a flex cable setup. Maybe you could use some of the other parts from off the T-Cat 31.
It's too bad that Proboat doesn't make a wrap to center header like they use on the Bud/Elam/LLumar boats as something like that would help to keep as much as possible under the cowling.
The engine is going to need air. Here's a thought to get some in, cut out the windshield area and place some window screen in its place. It can be glued on place with some Shoe-Goo. It's one of those take it or leave it ideas.
Check Octura as they have a rudder stand-off mount that attaches to their struts. Others should have something similar.

Ron, decided to go with outdrive with solid shaft since it's a set already and to maintain the sense of being outboard steerable drive[:-]..yup, i need to cut the cowling for cooling, thinkin'[sm=idea.gif] a air scoop...btw, i'm using the outdrive of kyosho lamborghini nitro cat, but the thing is the solid shaft is short, coz the motor is position 16 inches fore of transom coz i want the CG to fall more forward compare to the recommended tunnel CG.

i need at least 14 inches 4 mm solid shaft, any idea[sm=idea.gif] where i can get?..here's the progress...
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4mm is going to be a little tricky to find. Look for a hardware store that has drill blank stock.
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How are you gonna secure the stuffing tube at the u-joint, wont it wanna move around? Isn't your prop pointing a little high, can you adjust it down? On the traxxas they have the same outdrive, on that the u-joint is tight to the stuffing tube( but in this case the hull also). so i would think before the stuffing tube step down to the 4mm rod from the collet that come with the motor. if I am just babbling sorry lol here is a pic.


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Old 11-22-2006, 09:12 PM
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No your not going to find one there eather,been there try that done that no luck!! I was looking for one on my proboat. Try looking around at the electric Rc boats that do have the 4mm shalft.But the shalf in us size,measurment is 7/64 that in the us drill index.
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How are you gonna secure the stuffing tube at the u-joint, wont it wanna move around? Isn't your prop pointing a little high, can you adjust it down? On the traxxas they have the same outdrive, on that the u-joint is tight to the stuffing tube( but in this case the hull also). so i would think before the stuffing tube step down to the 4mm rod from the collet that come with the motor. if I am just babbling sorry lol here is a pic.


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thanks for sharing the pics, got more room to adjust the prop,,here's the whole set for the shaft...

well, i did a quick run to lowe's for the longer shaft coz i need this boat to run this holidays but no 4mm rod[:@], i took the 3/16 rod and now i'm drilling to open up the joints and bushing,,seems like gonna work...
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Hope you like buying driveshafts.....[X(][X(]....Looks like you have the blackjack parts....[X(][X(]
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Hope you like buying driveshafts.....[X(][X(]....Looks like you have the blackjack parts....[X(][X(]

outdrive looks blackjack but it's actually made by kyosho used in their lamborghini cat .21 nitro.

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