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harry smith 130/06/2017 07:45:46
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crew 5.jpgcrew 4.jpgcrew 3.jpgcrew 2.jpgHi All

A few more pics.crew 1.jpg

ashley needham30/06/2017 09:13:14
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Harry lad, that's you on the left and no mistake! Ashley

harry smith 130/06/2017 09:48:37
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Ashley me lad, so right and with the gloves on for winter!!!!!

ashley needham30/06/2017 18:24:53
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It conjures an image I am trying to forget.... Ashley

harry smith 104/07/2017 09:45:48
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passenger floor and consul.jpgesc floor.jpgcrew with forward reverse 2.jpgcrew with forward reverse 1.jpg3639-1100kv motor installed.jpgtop view.jpgHi Ashley

Beauty is a curse and I am afraid I have got it !!!

Installed to 3639-1100kv 800 Chinese watt motor and made the ESC floor.

Harrycrew side view.jpg

ashley needham04/07/2017 16:17:21
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Harry. You are certainly cursed!!

What about ESC cooling? is there some sort of airflow arrangement?

Ashley

harry smith 105/07/2017 05:48:35
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Hi Ashley

Thank you Ashley!!!

The ESC and motor will get all the air from the open cockpit.

Both the ESC and motor do not run hot as we have found in our other boats including the cabin cruisers.

Harry

harry smith 107/07/2017 11:54:50
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magnet clamping 5.jpgmagnet clamping 4.jpgmagnet clamping 3.jpgmagnet clamping 2.jpgHi All

I added extra stringer to the boat and started double planking the sides.

This is my first go at this type of planking, so one more off the bucket list.

I am using 10mm square magnets(one each side, brother they hold the planks together) with the second layer.

I started in the cockpit area because it was the weakest place and easier area to work.

Harrymagnet clamping 1.jpg

harry smith 111/07/2017 11:43:46
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Hi All

Still planking, post a few more pics soon!!!

Harry

ashley needham11/07/2017 15:24:03
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Harry. Like the magnets. You can get some jolly strong ones now, ideal for this job. Ashley

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