I would love to bring my 1:4.3 scale GT powered K7 along to any future event
Sounds amazing Mick! Do you have any footage of it running?
I just got some very small FPV cameras, but won't have time to fit them onto/into the boat for the next event. But later I will look into this. Right now I'm preparing 2 FPV systems, one on each side of the course to have a look at the perfect, centered line. I will have 2 monitors on the driver stand. The idea is to align the boat quicker, so I can get on full trottle earlier, so I will have more space to accelerate. Plus hopefully stay on the perfect line better than before.
So far I'm running 3 blade props with 2.0 pitch ratio, 44mm diameter. I designed them myself and I had them casted in 17-4 PH. For this year I will have them in 2.0, 2.1, 2.2 and 2.4 pitch ratio. I'm still working on them. I will post some pics once I'm done.
I'm new to the forum. I am smitten with K7 since finding out (exceedingly belatedly!) of the recovery (what do you mean 17 years ago?!?!?), restoration and running of this marvelous piece of History.lsrdatabase wrote: ↑Thu Aug 06, 2009 9:58 amHi There,
I can supply K7 Plans, as drawn-up for Ken Norris by Richard Corrigan. Ken gave me permission to scan them and reproduce them on CD.
Cost in the U.K. is £5.50 plus £1 P&P, and can be posted off by return mail.
Kindest regards, Fred
Is this set of plans on CD still available? I would love to purchase a set! I'm in the US so I would guess shipping would be a bit more at the very least.