Canoe inboard motor 6.5Hp Long Tail Indor

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  1. Outlaw45
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    very nice, I like the setup. ya did a great job. thanks for sharing. I always like different and ya made it work. the naysayers can all go jump in the river. you proved your way works and that what's count. KUDO'S TO YOU.

    Outlaw
     
  2. jkis
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    that looks great in my book

    that looks outstanding, i'm not good with wood, but looking at the pictures your work is brilliant, can i ask, will you do a you tube of the motorcanoe in action
    cheers stuart
     
  3. SCHWIMMWANNEN
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    Today I swam a canoe the Eagle Feather.
    The video shows on YouTube on Monday or Tuesday.
    Thank you very much for your kind words :)
    The seats are only on the tests, the original is made from rattan and backrest.
    It will also be wooden box wnigan.

    Here you will be living my canoe :)


    Engine mounted but there are still a few patches of carburetors and exit out of the engine exhaust.


    This is my old boat Kawasaki Jet Mate

     
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  4. SCHWIMMWANNEN
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  5. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Nice woodwork and nose art. Congratulations.
     
  6. SCHWIMMWANNEN
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    Thank you very much.
    In Poland, also very like all like but I'm Canoe that discriminated against Frums put the engine into the canoe.:(
    No one understands that I want to swim upstream on the engine and sail down the River to paddle.
    Today I removed my avatar and username from Polish Forums of Canoe:confused:


    Here one may old Russian boat made in dozens of martial arts in the late 1990s in the Soviet Union



    And here is shown the vest water security fighter pilot.
    From 1974-after pouring water from the River to the battery the light bulb started to light.:)
    The battery is 39 years old and after pouring water from the River began to generate electricity. :)

     
  7. jkis
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    looks good, i wouldn't of removed your avatar ect, there will be other similar like minded people like yourself, your innovation is inspiring, glad you shared this with us
    regards stuart
     
  8. hoytedow
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    I agree.
     
  9. 100islands
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    Very cool! If it works, it works. Congrats!
     
  10. SCHWIMMWANNEN
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    It works pretty good but I have to exhaust from the engine to release the water and mute the engine.
    Thank you very much 100Islands

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  11. SCHWIMMWANNEN
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  12. jkis
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    the exhaust looks good, how is it for heat, did you loose power with it on, i see you changed the bellows for the shaft aswell
    cheers stuart
     

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