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jimdogge
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23rd Sep 2018 17:41  
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Hi chaps jim dogge here, im just about ready to fit out my wave princess with some sort of motor and bits. I have allsorts of outrunners and ESC to match aeroplanes but havent a clue as to where to start. A 1.5 diesel, whats that equivalant too is the weight thrust formula the same for boats. l would prefer to stay with out runners, the cooling aspect is no problem l did it for a living.
a prop size how is that worked out for a boat.


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canabus
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24th Sep 2018 06:50  
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Hi Jim
I used a Hobbyking D3548/4 1100kv , a car ESC (hk60A-SL)(electric fan on top for cooling), program card(HK PROG-CARD) and a 40mm 2blade prop(test out the one on the boat first).
Battery a 3s 5800mah 30C Lipo.
This is in my Sea Commander and gives a good turn of speed with a long run time.
ESC set up:- 1 Cutoff Voltage for 3S=10.2 and 4S=13.6
2 Start Power Percent=5%
3 Advance Timing=4
4 Run Mode=2
5 Brake Force=1
6 Drag Brake Force=1
7 Neutral Range=1
8 Initial Brake Force=1
9 Reverse Force=1
Canabus

jimdogge
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24th Sep 2018 19:51  
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Cheers for the info cannabus just so happens l have most often items you mention will have to get a fan probably got one in amongst the mound of old computer parts my son has.Jim dogge