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    I make those parts by the way ��
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    Awesome.. what a small world. I'm sure when everything arrives I'll have a few questions for you regarding the installation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prodrvr View Post
    Ok, just found a vid of the boat and wow. This guy is running 105.5 mph on two TP 4050 2350Kv, two T180A esc's, two 6s 5000's, two X457 props cut down/modified.
    Hi John, I ordered a set of sharpened and balanced x447 octras and a set of x457 octras to cut down.

    From what I've read I need to cut them down to a 50mm. Do you have any experience with this?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradb74 View Post
    Hi John, I ordered a set of sharpened and balanced x447 octras and a set of x457 octras to cut down.

    From what I've read I need to cut them down to a 50mm. Do you have any experience with this?

    Thanks
    Sorry, I do not.

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    Ok cool, I'll consult the Oracle and see what I can find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradb74 View Post
    Hi John, I ordered a set of sharpened and balanced x447 octras and a set of x457 octras to cut down.

    From what I've read I need to cut them down to a 50mm. Do you have any experience with this?

    Thanks
    Contact Chris Hoffmann, member Dasboata

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    Will do, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fweasel View Post
    Contact Chris Hoffmann, member Dasboata
    If you are to get some reduced 457’s done detounge them and remove some blade area. Make sure to tell Chris this oryou will draw unecesary amps

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    Hi all

    My hull finally arrived today from Switzerland :-)

    I'll start the build in a week or two when I have a little time off.

    20171201_204847.jpg

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    Just got my C5009 hull and hardware in as well. I won't be starting my build for a while, so I'll be watching your progress for ideas.
    HPR C5009 Mystic twin, Zelos 36 twin, Voracity 36, Miss Geico 29 V3, King of Shaves P1, Mini Zonda 27, Delta Force 26, Offshore Infinity, Stealthwake, Vac-U-Tug Jr

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    Cool, we can compare notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fweasel View Post
    Just got my C5009 hull and hardware in as well. I won't be starting my build for a while, so I'll be watching your progress for ideas.
    So are we all going to be comparing notes on running come spring? Haha

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    How are the new HPR hulls (the new guys who took over HPR) are they of the similar or same caliber of that of Hans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by srislash View Post
    So are we all going to be comparing notes on running come spring? Haha
    Mine will be rigged within an inch of its capabilities and my notes may have more to do with aerobatic properties than hydrodynamics!

    Quote Originally Posted by dmitry100 View Post
    How are the new HPR hulls (the new guys who took over HPR) are they of the similar or same caliber of that of Hans?
    My hull is an older, HPR layup. I have not personally seen one of the new ones up close.
    HPR C5009 Mystic twin, Zelos 36 twin, Voracity 36, Miss Geico 29 V3, King of Shaves P1, Mini Zonda 27, Delta Force 26, Offshore Infinity, Stealthwake, Vac-U-Tug Jr

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    I'm not sure how the new ones compare. I'll thake some closeup pics this evening.

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    The quality looks good to me. I've never seen an older older one in the flesh though.20171205_204229.jpg

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    Here is one I'm building for a customer
    fr_3528.jpgfr_3532.jpgfr_3531.jpgfr_3533.jpgfr_3530 (1).jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by nata2run View Post
    Here is one I'm building for a customer
    fr_3532.jpg
    Who makes the rudder hydraulic arms?

    I also see an uneven transition from the tunnel to the bottom of the rudder stand-off. Perhaps this is one of the differences between old and new C5009's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fweasel View Post
    Who makes the rudder hydraulic arms?

    I also see an uneven transition from the tunnel to the bottom of the rudder stand-off. Perhaps this is one of the differences between old and new C5009's.
    Me, :-)
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    @ fweasel, you sure you got a 5009?? ( also see an uneven transition from the tunnel to the bottom of the rudder stand-off)
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    the yellow is an original 115 HPR from Hans, and the white the 5009 also from hans, same size but different hull type...
    ORG HP 5009.jpgORG HP 115.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by nata2run View Post
    the yellow is an original 115 HPR from Hans, and the white the 5009 also from hans, same size but different hull type...
    ORG HP 5009.jpgORG HP 115.jpg
    The sides of the pedestal depressions are also different. Any other difference my friend?

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    The hulls have not changed they are different hulls
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    Quote Originally Posted by nata2run View Post
    The hulls have not changed they are different hulls
    Yes but are the tunnels and such the same? Does one favor handling better or anything Kent? I know we had discussed that a HPR can handle but I’m curious if any are better? I did not actually know the 5009 was any different. I thought maybe the hatch orsomething.

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    They are both great, would say the 5009 is more for straight and the 115 handle a bit better
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    Quote Originally Posted by nata2run View Post
    Me, :-)
    Can't find them on the site last I looked, and the site doesn't even load for me now. How much/where?


    Here's a shot of the bottom of my hull at the rear. My rudder standoff to tunnel transition is smooth/level. My hull looks exactly like photos of a Bulletproof C5009 that KBB built down to the locations of the hatch bolts and water inlet/outlets.
    2017-12-06 17.01.26.jpg
    Last edited by fweasel; 12-06-2017 at 07:19 PM.
    HPR C5009 Mystic twin, Zelos 36 twin, Voracity 36, Miss Geico 29 V3, King of Shaves P1, Mini Zonda 27, Delta Force 26, Offshore Infinity, Stealthwake, Vac-U-Tug Jr

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    If you need hydraulic or any other parts you can hit me up
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    Hi Kent

    I'm going to send you a PM.

    Thanks

    Brad.

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    Brad if easier catch me on FB nata2run
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