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    Default Build Thread: 36" 3d Printed miss geico catamaran

    Hi Everyone,

    So Myself and a friend have just finished printing our cat hulls and assembled them, We are in the middle of sanding and painting at the moment,

    Mine is going to be single drive and my friends is going twin drive,

    He is using the dynamite 120a esc's and dynamite 3650 6 pole 2000kv motors, I'm unsure what voltage he is hoping to run but it wouldn't be advisable to run 6s would it?

    I am planing on setting mine up to run 6s everyday and 8s and different prop for some saw run fun

    What electronics should i choose for mine to be reliable and as fast as the twin on 6s?


    Here's a link to the model I'm building, https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2484802
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    I would fill those "steps" in while you are filling and sanding. They need to add angle off attack to the sponsors to be of any use, and there is a minimum height needed to work well. As they are they will add drag and slow you down.
    Paul "tug Killer" Upton-Taylor, Cat lover.
    FastElectricBoats.co.uk

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    Very cool!
    I’d be ready with some balsa to make some ride pads, way faster!
    I use trailing edge balsa strips designed for airplanes.
    "Look good doin' it"
    See the fleet

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