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Look good and crazy big props

Thanks Allen, I have a good selection of props ranging from reasonable and out to what were you thinking?. All my early testing will be reined into the reasonable range.

Edited by Greg Wannamaker

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boat looks awesome! have you ran the VAC motors before with the parobalic pipes,and if so how did they run?

I’ve run the VAC’s for quite some time, here in Alberta we run either @ 2000 or 3500 feet. I for the most part used the CMB muffled pipe and it worked well at 2000 but when you jumped up to 3500 it struggled for air and got real finicky. I swapped out that pipe for the AA90 parabolic pipe on my 91 NR hydro last year and it worked really well at the higher elevation. Pretty sure it will help my VAC’s too, but will find out for sure when the ice melts.

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Andy's boats not only great looking ones but super performers.....very nice work !

p.s I would add a second screw on the rear right boom!

Gill

Probably a good idea, has to be some serious pressure on the turn fin point.

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Great looking boat Greg!! Where is the new 45 boat? Great looking paint job!! See you soon in Calgary.

 

Brad

Thanks Brad, the new KEPS is still on the shelf unassembled, work this winter had a bad habit of making a nuisance of itself. It’s painted, just needs some time.

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boat looks awesome! have you ran the VAC motors before with the parobalic pipes,and if so how did they run?

I’ve run the VAC’s for quite some time, here in Alberta we run either @ 2000 or 3500 feet. I for the most part used the CMB muffled pipe and it worked well at 2000 but when you jumped up to 3500 it struggled for air and got real finicky. I swapped out that pipe for the AA90 parabolic pipe on my 91 NR hydro last year and it worked really well at the higher elevation. Pretty sure it will help my VAC’s too, but will find out for sure when the ice melts.

 

thanks greg for the reply.good luck with it.mike.

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