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Old 13 September 2011, 09:48   #1
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A new build race boat project from Greece

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I am a new member in the forum and i make effort to show a racing boat. I would like your opinion. Any question of feedback for me. Would be usefull
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Yeah.. very nice but .....

A. You've hijacked what has become an epic thread
B. The music in your video is pretty damn awful and seems to have spread over Youtube like the Venereal disease!

Good luck
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Yeah.. very nice but .....

A. You've hijacked what has become an epic thread
B. The music in your video is pretty damn awful and seems to have spread over Youtube like a Venereal disease!

Good luck
You mean spread like the
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Hello everyone
I am a new member in the forum and i make effort to show a racing boat. I would like your opinion. Any question of feedback for me. Would be usefull
Superb! Excellent work in what looks like a lean to. Are you still laminating the mould, or have you pics of a finished boat?
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Old 13 September 2011, 16:20   #5
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Now I'm in the mold and ready to throw the first hull. I Believe by the end of the year I get ready and the boat.
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Old 13 September 2011, 18:37   #6
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Good work, keep your build thread going so we can follow it.
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plug/mould making

pretty impressive
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Great job and fantastic music
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I've just got round to watching the video - looks like a great job and much more impressive than I was expecting!

Look forward to seeing the finished boat.
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[QUOTE=ribraff;420916]Yeah.. very nice but .....

A. You've hijacked what has become an epic thread
B. The music in your video is pretty damn awful and seems to have spread over Youtube like the Venereal disease!

Good luck[/QUOTE i dont understand what you mean..can you be more specific?
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m3mm0s - don't worry ribraff was just pointing out you were posting in a thread about the Bannanashark Stirling build. I've moved the posts to a new thread so you can ignore it.
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Old 15 September 2011, 09:51   #12
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okey polwart THANKS
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I would like from those who know how to tell me if I want to do my boat kevlar carbon how many layers will be needed and in what order. I put epoxy resin or ethylene-vinyl. Thanks
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I'll say otherwise. Can someone tell me how to put the Kevlar in the mold and in what order;
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How difficult is finally someone tell me; Maybe some company;
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I think most of us does not use kevlar to often. Another thing to be considered, is it not pretty expensive stuff and You need to get it right to have the full benefit of it? In most applications i believe(i do not know for sure) it is vacuum bagged, to get excessive resin out of the fabric to achieve the correct weight and strength.

Even if Your work is brilliant, no lack of skills there, still might consider to have a pro familiar with this material helping the laminating job first time, maybe worth the money? Put a add in the buy and sell section see what you get ? Greece is not a bad place to visit when the weather starts to get colder on northern part of Europe
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Ie tell me not to deal with this type of construction;
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If someone has about the same building and can help will I am obliged. Speak about construction of Kevlar carbon. Here's some PHOTOS.
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Maybe it is very difficult world to learn some things about these modern materials. I wonder why circulate
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Thank you for posting the video. Looking at the hull I wonder about one thing, and please excuse me if its stupid, why not make a air intake all the way up front with air channels going to the steps in the hull. Very similar to what the legendary boat designer Herman Linge did in the 70`s with the Musling and Wesling. The water inside the hull makes for a more stable boat when still but as soon as you hit the throttle the water will be forced out and the air will create more lift.

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