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Looking at the stern of the boat and you have 2 rudders. The port prop should be counter clockwise and the starboard one clockwise.If you have only one rudder then the port is clockwise and the starboard one is counter clockwise.
Coming along nicely.That's the thing with Springer hulls.The superstructure is not confined to one style.One of our members in the club had one hull but three different superstructures.He was able to change them throughout the days sailing.
When I had a Schnellboot it was 1/31 scale and I used Speed 400's.My esc's were 50 amp.I had no problem.Once you put the boat in the water there is more resistance on the props.With that there is more current draw.Maybe look into getting a higher rated esc.
I remember a few years ago that I was excited to get the boat finished and I went to the pond.Put the boat in the water and ran it for awhile.Brought it back in and opened up the superstructure only to find quite a bit of water in the bottom.I was in a rush and forgot to grease the stuffing tube.One thought for you.
Great job.Looks like with the 3D printer you will have the boat finished a lot quicker than I can.Nice to be able to use modern technology for your build.The details so far look good.Will look forward to more details being added.