RC boat jet drive

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RC boat jet drive by Voss3090 Aug 4, 2017
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This is a boat design that I have come up with. Mostly i just made them fit together and altered some of the models, I used a lot from model for the hull and jet drive. I have printed all that parts, but have not tested with the electronics. I still need to model the motor mount, but I don't have the motor to see sizing. I well update as needed and/or with any changes.

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I literally just made this exact boat before this was posted. I manually cut out the jet drive parts from the original boat and used epoxy to fit in the jet drive. I scaled the boat to 150% and left the jet at its original size. Everything worked out for the most part but I had issues keeping the front down to avoid air getting into the impeller causing it to slow down. My advice would be to keep the intake as far back as possible. At 150% the boat doesn't cut the water like I would have hoped, it seems to push through it. I do not think that would have been an issue at the original size though. Just some friendly advice, I love what you have done with the 2 models.