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Charles Perdue
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Charles Perdue

Well-Known Member, Male, 73, from Bolivar, Tennessee

I have just the thing for you Ray. It comes standard with 4 CMD 101's..........

May 21, 2011

Charles Perdue was last seen:
May 24, 2019 at 7:25 AM
    1. Charles Perdue
      Charles Perdue
      I have just the thing for you Ray. It comes standard with 4 CMD 101's..........
    2. Charles Perdue
      Charles Perdue
      Yippeeeee....I am getting the cobwebs and dust bunnies out of my boats so I can run Saturday. It is predicted to be 68`
    3. Charles Perdue
      Charles Perdue
      I like Friday nites, that is when we have "Poached Chicken" Luke really looks forward to it.
    4. Charles Perdue
      Charles Perdue
      Ray, I went vegaterian for a few days and killed all of the stink bugs in my shop. Caught them all right in the middle of a family reunion......
      1. SayMikey
        SayMikey
        Good to see ya on here Sir Charles
        Oct 23, 2010
    5. Charles Perdue
      Charles Perdue
      Buckshot, been there and done that!!!!
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 12, 1945 (Age: 73)
    Location:
    Bolivar, Tennessee
    Anything that makes noise and goes fast.

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    JUST SOME OF MY CONTRIBUTIONS TO RC MODEL BOATING

    Designer and builder of the BOSS series of RC boats.

    Designer and builder of the Zoom Carbs.

    Designer and builder of a very accurate flow bench for RC carbs.

    Designer and builder of the first "Roll-Off" sponson.

    Designer and builder of the first anachoic chamber to help accurately measure the sound level of our toy boats.

    First to successfully incorporate ground effects in the design of RC boats.

    First to successfully run the shingled running surfaces on the sponsons.

    First to design and build a series of RC boats that ran the same speed thru the turns as the straight-a-way speeds.

    First to successfully use tunnel running surfaces on the sponsons.

    First to design a boat that ran an offical 10 second lap.

    First to successfully use a flat bottom strut.

    First to put the water pickup in the rudder blade.

    First to design and build a successful combination Torque Cradle and Inertia dual-system dyno.

    I was born with nothing and I still have most of it.

    Common sense is not all that common.

    If it were, everyone would have it.

    There are 2 rules on being successful.

    #1-Do not tell everything you know.

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