With a pair of 150 Merc's on it.
A proven stitch and glue design would answer all these questions and far better facilitate your needs (SOR).
Asking such broad questions indicates...
Well there you go, you're all over it like white on rice!
What happens as you gain speed?
Do you have a cruising speed you're designing for?
At what speed?
The beauty of this design is they are self leveling to some extent.
As the rear foil drops (for whatever reason) it's AOA increases,
if it gets...
I don't think it'll be hard, it's a proven design and they seem to be very "forgiving" hulls.
When do you expect it will be launched?
Don't be shy, come on, what would you like to see happen in the SWATH world to better accommodate landlubbers?
It's going to have to be...
Can you post study plans or a link?
And, sadly, wojtek86, the OP, hasn't been seen since the day he posted his video in 2011.
Shame about the epoxy finish though.
Can you have your aluminum welder move your penetrations/fittings to where you want/need them?
What causes snapback, stretch?
No stretch, no snapback.
That about sums it up.
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"
First idea is to replace that return spring you deformed.
Why did you replace the accelerator-pump?
Are you sure it's the right one?
No polypropylene tow ropes in those days?
No stretch, no snap-back, no deck clearing.
Okay, you don't like that question (but Ad Hoc does).
How about: What radical ideas would you like to see in SWATH and why?
Newbeeee, may I ask your age?
Welcome to the Forum Driiftwood.
Yes, the images are correct but with the caveat:
"Boat types exist that don't fit into this model."
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