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Old 02-03-2018, 09:03 AM   #1
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I have my new outboards

I am putting four of these on my skater 28 model Will put pictures on through the build
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Old 02-03-2018, 10:18 PM   #2
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Haven't seen those before, who makes them ?
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Old 02-03-2018, 11:05 PM   #3
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Talking model outboard

Mhz they are new out only been on the market for month they do not come with electric motor and they are €320 each they do a couple of different variations of proper shaft size The gearbox is all Aluminium the mid-section is hard plastic and so is the Lid the stickers are inside the lid when the outboard arrives so do not think they are not there they will be inside the lid I have to say the quality is amazing and I have a lot of their stuff every think they make is very good in fact it is the best you can buy they have hardened steel gears I have taken apart and had a good look They say it takes 4000 W but I reckon it would easily take double obviously it will affect the warranty hope this helps many thanks Keith
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I'm thinking about putting two of these on my rib, but not sure if they are big enough to look proper scale.

What motors are you going to run and what size props are you thinking of? Is see mhz recommend a 2140kv on their site.
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Couple of pictures

Couple of pictures Of my skater 28 which Iím going to put four of these outboards on
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