|Jul 18, 2013, 12:15 AM|
Joined May 2009
Very nice. I'm more jealous of the pond you got there where you can drive these
boats nicely and not too deep. Lol. I wish I have shallow ponds like that here nearby.
|Jul 18, 2013, 02:46 PM|
I had posted this up on your video page, but thought it would be good to see here too:
The way your Nautilus model is heeling over under power leads me to think you could do with a bit more weight in the keel and foam up in the hull to keep her stable during acceleration. Other than that... a beautiful model!
If you're low on room inside the hull, you can also add clear fins to your rudder on either side horizontally. Skew the port side fin upward and the starboard side down. The fins should help cancel out the rolling effect of the propellers spinning through the water.
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