Review self made catamaran

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by Chelovek, Jun 18, 2014.

  1. PhilDude
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    PhilDude Junior Member

    Real sweet, I'm sure you can get more speed out of her. What's max rpm at wot, engine height from gearcase bullet to sponson, what prop type (cleaver?) and gear ratio?
     
  2. hotrdd
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    Love the looks of this thing. How does it handle in the corners? Can we get more images of the build and close ups of the hull?

    How about some more details on the materials you used and what design you followed?
     
  3. Wavewacker
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    Very nice, I've seen worse production boats, don't tell us this was your first build and in less than a month....LOL Great talent and skills went into that build. More please.... )
     
  4. rivercat
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    rivercat New Member

    добрый день!
    не было проблем с жесткостью корпуса?

    <google translated: good day! had no problems with body rigidity?>
     
  5. Nick_Sinev
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  6. Chelovek
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    Chelovek Junior Member


  7. Chelovek
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    Chelovek Junior Member

    Greetings.
    These are the final results of all the work that went into construction of the high-speed aluminum catamaran 350hp with a Mercedes 5.5 AMG Engine, max speed 135 km



     
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