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Insane FE 34" mono

Discussion in 'Boat Build Projects' started by Tombsy, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. Tombsy

    Tombsy Boat Racing Fanatic
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    I finally put together this hull I've had for awhile. It'll replace my Aquacraft Revolt for the P-Limited class that is a stock or "spec" class. It's a couple inches longer and a bit wider than the Revolt.
    First drill a bunch of holes in it lol.
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    Epoxy in the stuffing tube
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    The hardware installed, its all stock Revolt hardware.
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    Motor mount, servo mount, and battery tray attached with black aquarium silicone. It worked great for the battery trays in the monster mono so I'm trying it out for the other mounts too. It will flex with the hull more than epoxy so we'll see if it holds up.
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    Floatation, rudder push rod, esc, and receiver installed. I haven't finished the water lines I'm waiting for a second water pickup to separate the motor and esc cooling.
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    Cool colour! Are you going to run it on 6s?
     
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    I like the bright yellow, could use some black checkers on it though... LoL.

    Beautiful Build Brian as always. Can't wait to see some running video.

    Are you using a 1500kV?



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    Lol exactly what I was thinking needs some checkerboard. It's the 2030kv motor from the UL1 so it's 4s. The spec class is 4s usually the 1800kv motors . We'll see how it runs I can always change the motor and try 6s :)


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