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    Default Mystic 138 Max speed 90 km

    Tppower 4070/1090 kv swordfish 240a esc 50/3
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    What is the purpose of your post ? Are showing off your boat,or are you wondering why it is not faster? Your video looks like it is running very good. Just asking.

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    The first trial, I think the center of gravity was not fully set in front of the boat hitting the water and I guess I had to go a little faster

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    That slow motion video is really cool. It does look like it is running a little wet, meaning to low or heavy on the front. Try adjusting the strut for a little more positive trim, or if you have room moving the batteries back. Maybe even a little of both,but go in small increments because of you go too far the boat will start blowing over backwards at high speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panchothedog View Post
    That slow motion video is really cool. It does look like it is running a little wet, meaning to low or heavy on the front. Try adjusting the strut for a little more positive trim, or if you have room moving the batteries back. Maybe even a little of both,but go in small increments because of you go too far the boat will start blowing over backwards at high speed.
    IMG-20191006-WA0015.jpg. the position of the batteries this way but I can pull it to the front

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    For more speed you want to move the batteries back, putting less weight on the front of the boat. Getting a little more air in the tunnel of the hull.

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