fiberglass outboard powered

Discussion in 'Fiberglass and Composite Boat Building' started by macka, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. macka
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    macka New Member

    can anyone give advise as to wether this layup will provide enough strength on my 20 ft to support the power of a 225hp engine

    original outer skin left intact
    a layer of probond by fgi used to stick ply to skin
    2 x 18mm struct marine ply bonded together with layer of 300gm cs mat
    all clamped to outer skin till cured
    all joins coved
    4 x layers of 600gm cs matt
    2 to 3 extra layers of 600gm cs matt at the edges for tabbing
    and thats it

    do i need to add more mat or will this be ok?
    thanks
     
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