|Aug 10, 2010, 05:06 PM|
6.75" parkzone powered boat - No name as of yet.
A few months ago, I started a little boat for kicks because my Parkzone Cessna RX was in need of a project . I built the hull out of 1 piece of 2mm depron I had lying around near my workbench. I hope to finish the boat soon, maybe by next weekend if I feel motivated .
Due to the very light weight of the boat, it sits on the water, and not in it. I need to add a thin, small metal or heavy plastic rudder along the bottom so that it will track straight, but other than that, the body only needs some color.
I don't know how well the boat will work, but it will make a nice model at least. I can almost guarantee that it wont be fast, but the motor should have about a 60* swing to it left and right, so it should be pretty maneuverable.
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|Aug 11, 2010, 11:45 AM|
so the motor turns the boat, and you need a rudder near the front to give it something to push against right?
looks like an old timer barge or something, cool shape
|Aug 11, 2010, 12:21 PM|
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