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    Looks like you have a lot of time on your hands to write all this up. I'm sure people will appreciate your input on this boat. A flat bottom strut acts as a "trim tab" and it works decent on this boat as you know. Some have changed them out to the round version but it really depends on which one works for your style of running. A couple of things you need to do.
    1. Get rid of the deans plugs and put at least EC5's on your battery before you have to rescue it from a wire coming unsoldered from the Amp draw from this boat.
    2. Add more gap at your strut and drive dog *4-5mm (including the Teflon washer).
    3. Get rid of that OEM flex cable and get a OSE upgraded cable or get kfxguy on here to make you one up or you will be purchasing a new prop and a cable.
    Happy Boating!
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    Congrats on obtaining your goal! Also, If you continue to use 6s and try to corner very hard with the stock fin you will need to reinforce the inside of the hull where the turn fin mounts to the sponson because the small mount is too small doesn't cover enough area on the hull and the force of the fin in a "hot" turn will cause the hull to split in that area. It's a 10 minute project worth doing before it actually cracks.
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    UL is looking good.
    I would do this upgrade. If you are interested I can talk to crazed build to make one for you.

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    I can get him to tie front into mounts if you like.
    Darin modded his tray and tied into the front mounts.
    But when I Raced my UL in the pic above I never had any issues with flexing as far I could tell.

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    read the whole thread ,watched some your videos .your doing well .my only critique would be the rudder cooling mods .while it looks like it would work well i got to wonder how much extra drag those tubes are causing ?
    the effect they have on steering?
    the extra drag they create can also make the rudder "pull" on the transom .

    there's a reason a rudder has a knifes edge on it so to speak .you added 2 speed bumps

    those are just my thoughts .other then that you seem be doing well .
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    Sammie. It's obvious you edited or 'doctored up" your 100% all stock UL-19 video that supposedly hits 74.7mph on the stock prop that you prepped. It didn't dong on me until the "click sound" at the 5:13 mark in the video as you were reaching for the gps and I noticed the video changed suddenly when the "click" is heard at the 5:13 mark in the video. It's obvious that part of the video was from before your run...The other big giveaway was your cooling line being off of the esc when you were pulling the gps out of the boat that "displayed 74.7mph" after you pulled the boat from the water. You can see the ESC cooling line had been disconnected from you installing the battery in the boat in the "walk around" picture at the 5:47 mark as well. The ESC cooling line had to be removed when you initially put the batteries in the boat due to the tight fit around your second cooling tube exit that you have on the boat. You must have forgot that you had left the esc cooling line off while you were "reverse engineering" the run, when you filmed that portion of the video...LOL. However you didn't forget to put it on before you actually ran the boat as you can see when you are placing the "cleared out gps" in the boat at the 2:02 minute mark in the video the esc cooling line was on... The boat would have been full of water if you would have made your run with the ESC cooling line off during that run...LOL! Again almost a great job on this one and everyone knows that the Garmin Forerunner and Fortrex series gps units will dispay the last mph reading when they are turned on....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_L36UTNxg8

    74.4 fake 2.JPG 74.7 fake 1.JPG 74.7 fake 3.JPG

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    Good catch madrcer the run was very short and looked to be 50 to 60 mph.It looked to be running the same speed mine did stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcboone2000 View Post
    Good catch madrcer the run was very short and looked to be 50 to 60 mph.It looked to be running the same speed mine did stock
    Exactly! Here is a video of how the "Fake news" 74.7mph all stock with self prepped prop was reverse engineered....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKK5TtFI18E&t=1s

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    well well well....Is he finally going to come clean? A new video is released saying "call off the dogs".. Let's see if he is going to do the right thing...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOH1Q00d29g

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    66.7mph and 74.7mph is a long ways apart Brother...71.2mph or 71.8mph is a long ways off from the "super fake run" of 74.7mph also. 70-71mph is about tops for the stock prop. Buy you a Chris Hoffmann (dasboata) prepped abc prop and you will be in mid 70's with of course a good tune, If he will sell you one since you threw the slur out on your YouTube comment you posted. sad, sad, sad...
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    Man, this thread started out so good. For someone who's new to boats, I was actually impressed with sammy for his mods, observations and corrections. Also, for him to take advice from everyone was great. But his detailed observations on the boats behavior during his runs was impressive because I can guarantee you most newbies are not like you sammy. Now, you just have to do another video and like you said unedited. . .straight video without having the boat out of the picture for even a second. But you can see most of the experienced guys here have been there and done that and they know what's going on. Mark, holds the record for two of his boats with only thing that is not stock is his awesome Dasboata prepped props. But the way he did his videos, there are no doubts at all his videos are doctored up and he makes no secret how his setups are as he will share his setups with anyone.. . .a great guy as some don't but have big big claims. So do another video and take a look at how Mark did his videos and go from there. So good luck with getting it in the mid 70's mph.

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