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    Default Holy SHOMG

    Ran my BJ29V3 today on rough water, heart pounding and my GPS for some reason shut down so I did not get a reading but I know it was hauling butt, oh yea it was on 6s 5300 ma Graphene battery's which are very tight fit. I know it was at least running in the 50 mph range I wish I had a camera man to see the action, totally hart pounding and yes with flips, wind blowing to shore so easy recovery,
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    You're running it on 2 6S 5300mAh lipo's?
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    Probably running parallel, 2 X 6S 5300mah = 6S 10600mah. Otherwise, if in series 2 X 6S =12S then POOOOFFFF NITE NITE! ! ! . . .so I would assume 2 X 3S 5300mah. So since no problems then Robert you had a great time. A heart pounding great time which is good for the ticker. lol I'm glad you enjoyed yourself and your BJ29 was hauling butt. But definitely have a video of it running, we would love to see it. . .glad for you Robert.

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    I love running in the weather. Sounds like you do as well. Certainly got the blood running, that is good.
    As far as camera man, I have my camera mounted to my transmitter. You usually hold transmitter facing the boat already so it takes very little to get used to. I can post a pic of it if you like.
    This time of year a lot of the guys would love to see open water.
    Shawn

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    no, 2x3s
    and yes I would like to a pic of your camera set up.
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    I just got a head mount GoPro. Haven’t had the chance to use it yet...

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    I think it was like $2 for the parts at Home Depot. I just put the one bolt thru the battery area of the transmitter

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    we don't need no stinking go pro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fweasel View Post
    we don't need no stinking go pro!
    That’s a regular little camera with zoom

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    very cool, I know what i'm going to do on my next day off now.
    I have a small canon like that which I like better then the GoPro, don't like the wide angle on the gopro for boating vids. thanks for the idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srislash View Post
    That’s a regular little camera with zoom
    right, and an awesome idea. especially with the adjustable lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by fweasel View Post
    we don't need no stinking go pro!
    No, it doesn’t stink... Has a good island smell, like a Pina Colada!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigp View Post
    no, it doesn’t stink... Has a good island smell, like a pina colada!

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    Apparently no one on this forum has ever seen blazing saddles. My humor is lost on the toy boat crowd.
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    Damn Ryan, I had to set the “Way-Back Machine” on max to remember that one! I’m with ya! Actually I was thinking about the famous Humphrey Bogart movie, The Lost Gold of something, “We don’t need no stinking badges”! That puts the knob on the Way-Back past zero!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigP View Post
    Damn Ryan, I had to set the “Way-Back Machine” on max to remember that one! I’m with ya! Actually I was thinking about the famous Humphrey Bogart movie, The Lost Gold of something, “We don’t need no stinking badges”! That puts the knob on the Way-Back past zero!
    I was thinking The Tree Amigos. Lol

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    It was originally from the movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. There's actually a wikipedia page for just that quote and when it's been used in TV and film. That's funny.

    off topic much, jackass?
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    Yes, that’s it! The Bandito was yelling up to Bogart after he asked to see their badges... That was a classic!

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    Eli Wallach, The Bandito

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