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Gordon T Haley replied to Skip's discussion Electric Start is a realiity now. Would you liike that feature? Comments Encouraged.
"Skip, almost everyone i boat with use the "zenoah EZ start" the ez starter fits all zenoah engines only needing a thin spacer between the EZ starter and the engine mount. I converted all engines to the EZ start. It does make the engine…"
Saturday
Skip replied to Skip's discussion Electric Start is a realiity now. Would you liike that feature? Comments Encouraged.
"Thanks for keeping up on the topic.  The problem for me is that all my gas boats have a clutch and, unless I am wrong, I don't think that system would work in my situation  ...  I have seen it used in boats that use a collate…"
Friday
Gordon T Haley replied to Skip's discussion Electric Start is a realiity now. Would you liike that feature? Comments Encouraged.
"There is a fellow that makes a high power cordless belt starter for our boats. I will post more information later, off to work"
Sep 12
Damond DeJong replied to Damond DeJong's discussion Rudder Set up.
"Thanks Theodore. I got prop sharpened up a bit more and balanced. did some minor adjustments on the rudders. Will try it out this weekend.  I too am the only one around my area with one of these boats, wish there was someone to run with, but I…"
Sep 9
Gordon T Haley commented on Chris Steffens's blog post WHH ENFORCER REVENGE
"Welcome to the Enforcer family, I run my Team Pro in northern BC"
Sep 8
Chris Steffens posted a status
"I live on Vancouver Island BC Canada"
Sep 8
Chris Steffens posted a blog post

WHH ENFORCER REVENGE

Hi everyone I recently purchased two Enforcer Boats Two months apart. I have a Team pro with a modified homie in it. I also have a Revenge with a BH Hanson modified 23 Zenoah in it. I think the Revenge must be quite rare? It is a red missle. LOL! I love both my boats and the quality is supper.See More
Sep 8
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Sep 7
Theodore Jon Berg replied to Damond DeJong's discussion Rudder Set up.
"Damon;  I found some instructions on the internet for the dual rudder set up. Think Tony had on there that the rudders should be 2 to 3 degrees off to compensate for propwalk.  I don't think will get rid of all of it but some minor…"
Sep 7
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Damond DeJong replied to Damond DeJong's discussion Rudder Set up.
"Thanks Theodore. I will start with sharpening the blade and checking the rudder alignment. I understand what you mean to shim the drive on one side. I have a balancer so will check the prop after sharpening."
Sep 2
Theodore Jon Berg replied to Damond DeJong's discussion Rudder Set up.
"Damon; Oops! I meant to help decrease propwalk. To shim the drive the shim would go on the right side of the mount to steer to the left. Add small amount of shim at a time until about right testing each time. Also carefully measure to be sure both…"
Sep 2
Theodore Jon Berg replied to Damond DeJong's discussion Rudder Set up.
"Damon; From what I have read and understand one way to help propwalk is to have sharpened and balanced prop. The sharper edges of a sharp prop pierce the water more easily. I have also read in various forums that you can also shim the drive a bit so…"
Sep 2
Damond DeJong posted a discussion

Rudder Set up.

When driving my boat with the SPDIII it pulls to the right. Is this normal due to prop spin? I currently have my steering trimmed to the left so the boat drives straight with no steering control input. Is this the correct way to set this up. Or should I have it set straight and just use the steering control on the radio to hold it straight while driving.
Sep 2
Gordon T Haley commented on Gordon T Haley's blog post team enforcer setup
"Last time out I lengthened my pipe by 1/8 to 1/4" and picked up 400 RPM."
Sep 2
maurice van der starre left a comment for Donald Eugene Hudson
"hello i am Maurice van der starre i live at the netherlands and for school i'm going to build a boat the first thing : very nice boat that you have build my question is ik have to build op boat for school but i don't have the money to…"
Sep 1
 

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Electric Start is a realiity now. Would you liike that feature? Comments Encouraged. 59 Replies

I know Tony has been "tinkering" with some type of electric start capability for our gas engines but haven't heard anything more about it lately.  The reason I am starting this "Forum" discussion…Continue

Started by Skip. Last reply by Gordon T Haley on Saturday.

Rudder Set up. 5 Replies

When driving my boat with the SPDIII it pulls to the right. Is this normal due to prop spin? I currently have my steering trimmed to the left so the boat drives straight with no steering control…Continue

Started by Damond DeJong. Last reply by Damond DeJong Sep 9.

Awesome Boat 3 Replies

Just like to say I have been getting my Magnum 57 tuned and ready in a small pond for the last couple weeks.  Finally got to take it to a big lake last weekend and this thing is very impressive. …Continue

Started by Damond DeJong. Last reply by Gordon T Haley Aug 7.

Spektrum receivers 1 Reply

Thinking of trying there marine receiver . Anybody using them and are you happy with them. Also which one are you using.

Started by Brett RICHARDSON. Last reply by Gordon T Haley Aug 4.

Blog Posts

WHH ENFORCER REVENGE

Hi everyone I recently purchased two Enforcer Boats Two months apart. I have a Team pro with a modified homie in it. I also have a Revenge with a BH Hanson modified 23 Zenoah in it. I think the Revenge must be quite rare? It is a red missle. LOL! I love both my boats and the quality is supper.

Posted by Chris Steffens on September 8, 2014 at 12:49am — 2 Comments

team enforcer setup

this is the current setup on my boat

trim tabs: up 9mm

spdIII: up 5mm

prop: AQUB9787 67 x 105 3-Blade 67 mm 105 mm 1/4 in

engine: 30.5cc Zenoah /Tiger King Modified, WT-257 stock settings

Exhaust: 1" no leak flange,1" 90* header, Daniel Place coated hot pipe set to 12 3/4"

RPM: 15400

full tank: 1gal 91 octane gas with  8oz amsoil saber

Posted by Gordon T Haley on August 11, 2014 at 7:44pm — 1 Comment

Bonzi Clutch

  My box of parts showed up today from Bonzi. Clutch s a very nice looking piece! After test fitting to the engine noticed that the shoes are hanging out of the bell by about .125 so will have to shorten the spacers to get full shoe contact with the bell. No problem with the lathe! I chose WHH universal mounts so would have a fair amount of alignment adjustment. I will have to shorten the screws that hold the mount to the clutch since the half inch long ones run into the clutch bell. I think…

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Posted by Theodore Jon Berg on May 24, 2014 at 9:40pm

 
 
 

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