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    34” Fairy Huntsman
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    CB90
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    Country: πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ United Kingdom
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    Hi, There the motor is most likely a bit too powerful but could be fun!
    you have plenty of toque (410KV)

    Start on 3S then 4S then 5S
    Same with props start small 30mm then work up
    I have a set of props of various diameter and pitch to chop and change.

    This way you will be able to control the boat, and your preferred runtime, 5mins or 25mins, torque steer, trim tabs, trial and error is often the way to go.

    If you start on 5S with a 55mm high pitch prop, You could have the first Flying Huntsman or a Smoking Motor or a wrecked boat.

    I had/have a 34'' Huntsman that had twin screws (2x 2860 on 3S) and twin rudders as per the original boat but its performance was a bit disappointing, compared to a racing hull.

    The real boat originally was used for off shore racing so designed for the rough water of the open sea.

    I would suggest a water cooled motor mount for an out-runner motor

    Even better find someone who has used the motor in a boat will give you a starting point.

    Specs.
    Turns: 12T
    Voltage: 4~5S Lipoly
    RPM/V: 410KV
    Internal resistance: 0.026 Ohm
    Max Loading: 55A
    Max Power: 1310W
    Shaft Dia: 5.0mm
    Bolt holes: 25mm
    Bolt thread: M3
    Weight: 260g
    Motor Plug: 3.5mm

    Go for it!

    Roy
    Boat660
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    πŸ“ 34” Fairy Huntsman
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    Country: πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ United Kingdom
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    Hi All
    Started to build the huntsman 34”, setup will be brushless. I have sitting in the workshop a Turnigy aerodrive 4250 (410), can anyone with brushless knowledge advise me if this would be ok.

    I would β€œassume” that it would be, but possibly too powerful πŸ’₯, if this is the case I could always change the throttle curve?
    Any advise would be appreciated.

    Thanks Russell
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