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    Default Need advice about this carbon hull

    I made a search but nothing, do you know this hull ? I don' t know the brand



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    Where did you find the photo? What size is it?
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    It appears to be one that is sold by DYMotorshop. It’s 75 cm long and has lots of lift. Probably not the best for high speeds.

    http://www.dymotorshop.com/index.php...roducts_id=463



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    '' and has lots of lift ''

    Where did you read that ?

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/750mm-29-5-...4AAOSwkZhWRUML

    I'm sure Fluid can simply look at the bottom of a hull and just know that from experience.
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    Yes, this hull is a Deep Vee, not a flat V.

    Look at MHZ hulls, they are Deep Vee. The COG must be near 28%, no turn fins needed.



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    Center strakes right to the transom. It's going to ride high on the keel with almost nothing in the water. Small rudder input and it will lay over into a tight radius. Fine at low speed where you can maybe carve it out but at high speed.......sketchy. Likely will hook or tumble. Just my opinion from running similar strakes.

    There's some video on youtube of one of these. Can't remember who had posted it.
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    I think jessej had one of these....
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    Strakes are no big deal in modding the strakes. Just find a boat of same size and grind off the strakes if you really love the looks of boat. Just fill in and paint and then cover with CA and sand. Make sure you make mod, same as the boat of same size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kfxguy View Post
    I think jessej had one of these....
    Travisbe right. That was my first comment after Travis made me buy one.
    I took the strakes off 5-6” Forward I think. There is a thread if interested.
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    I went looking for thread under carbon hull and different names but came up empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norwest View Post
    I went looking for thread under carbon hull and different names but came up empty.
    I remember this thread about the TFL integrated drive he installed in that hull: https://forums.offshoreelectrics.com...ono&highlight=
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    Quote Originally Posted by fweasel View Post
    I remember this thread about the TFL integrated drive he installed in that hull: https://forums.offshoreelectrics.com...ono&highlight=
    Thanks, this hull is very nice, very cool with a nice semi-scale finish.

    Is it an Outerlimits or a Fountain ?

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