Seaducer Hydro

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how would the seaducer 47 handle with bonzi's inline rudder setup
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marc replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

In my experiences with Seaducer boats, I have found that they are pretty sensitive to setup and props. I would strongly recommend using the Seaducer hardware and making sure you get a prop from Jerry himself or someone who really knows what the boat needs.

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philippe74 replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

Hy Guys.
Why is the Waterpick hole in the rudder on the left, so we go right?

Greets
Phil
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Whipper Dipper replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

Do not use anything but Seaducer hardware on Seaducer boats. Follow Jerry's instructions exactly as written and you'll have a fine running race boat.
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marc replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

Phil: I have often asked myself the same thing! Some manufacturers now are doing the hole on the right side of the blade.

Whipper: I agree 100%

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Scott replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

The Hydrodynamics of WHAT and HOW the water reacts to the rudders wedge shape while cornering is somewhat hull style specific. But those dynamics involved are by no means an absolute :huh:

What I personally have found tho is on HYDRO's that pivot on a Turn Fin, the YAW or side crab the rear section of a hydro does while cornering, puts greater water pressure on the left side of blade ( viewed from rear of boat )than the right side.
Hulls that tend too travel more In Line while cornering compress the water on a rudder blades right side more than the left when cornering :huh:

:S I know confusing stuff

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philippe74 replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

Hy Guys.
I Bulit a Seaducer Hydro.
With the Original Seaducer Hardware Kit. And a CC Full mod .Zeni:laugh:
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Whipper Dipper replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

Hey Phil, I've got the same setup. Pics of mine are in the gallery. You're gonna like it. Very competitive race boat!
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philippe74 replied the topic: Re:Seaducer Hydro

HY Guys

I have problem with coolwater from the Motor
no cooling water, or little, engine comes very hot. Bore a hole into the right rudder-side

Greets
Phil
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