My Project has finally come to an end

How did you find your boat? What are your experiences with it? Did you restore it yourself? Pictures please!
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Eduard
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Location: Emmerich- Elten (Germany)

My Project has finally come to an end

Post by Eduard » Sat Jan 23, 2016 11:58 pm

My Project has finally come to an end
Boat is in the water and fast needs only to be fine tuned
The complete project has been added in PDF.
I now have figures on max speed but before fine tuning:
55 km/h 30 knots and fuel consumption < 13 l p/h
At 40 km/h and 3500 rpm < 7l p/h
My range is now 1480 km at top speed and >3000 km at 40 km/h
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Volga Racheta II.pdf
Volga Racheta II Project in PDF
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Volgovod
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Location: Russia

Re: My Project has finally come to an end

Post by Volgovod » Mon Jan 25, 2016 4:02 pm

Maybe something is wrong with the propeller, gear ratio or wings. With the engine ZMZ- 511 speed of 3500 rpm is about 55-60 km / h . In 4000 rpm about 70 km / h

Mark
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Re: My Project has finally come to an end

Post by Mark » Fri Jan 29, 2016 2:11 pm

hay, if you have the single propeller 280, forum member Mark Boom has a spare prop.
He have installed the twin prop.
His prop is in my barn,near Amsterdam.
Can be good for adjusting the pitch.
Of maybe is is already beter.. markboom@dds.nl

keep them flying!

Mark van Rijzen
Flying low in your hydro
find me on facebook:mark van Rijzen.

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olaf
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Location: Mönchengladbach - Germany

Re: My Project has finally come to an end

Post by olaf » Wed Mar 09, 2016 3:25 pm

Eduard wrote:My Project has finally come to an end
Boat is in the water and fast needs only to be fine tuned
Congratulations to you. Beginning from the first steps to bring the volga home to the end with the restauration success it is a fine project. Have nice flights with the boat. :D

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