Enforcer R.C. Boat Talk

An Open Forum for Enforcer RC Boat Owners and Fans

December 2011 Blog Posts (7)

XForce Engines 100 + Hours!

It's official our EForce (both) engines now have more than 100 hours on them (each). The results at the end of the test were similar on both engines. With both, compression was lower than from the start of the test (ring wear mainly), both still start on the first couple pulls loosing about 500 RPM's under load, or about 1/4 HP. The internal metal, chrome and piston looked good and while some wear on both was evident, not enough to replace either. The bearing wear was better than expected…


Added by Tony Castronovo on December 27, 2011 at 2:53pm — No Comments

want too paint my team/pro hull

ive had my team/pro for 5/years now .This boat never let me down! Ive fliped it many times And stills runs like a bat out of hell got every up grade whh has now hull is cracking i want too paint the hull with a good spray paint any one has any good thoughts on how too go about this thank for ur help

Added by CHRISTOPHER JOHN AMELL on December 27, 2011 at 1:29pm — 3 Comments


We would like to wish each and all of you and your families a very Merry Christmas. We are on our way out to spend the next four days with our large and loud family. 

I hope all of you guys get what you want, and if not we will be here and will re-open on Tuesday December 27th at 9:00 AM.

Remember the important things in life this weekend, because the rest is all dust.


Pam, Tony, Tony,and Mike Castronovo AKA WHH

Added by Tony Castronovo on December 22, 2011 at 4:47pm — No Comments

An annoying and constant BUZZ is present at Warehouse Hobbies

A few days ago the the last of the parts shipment we were waiting for arrived to complete the first of our production run of XForce, XF-26 water-cooled engines. There has been a constant 'buzz" ringing through the buildings as two XForce engines have been singing away for the past four full days. Each has been fitted to a load bearing dyno with a constant supply of cool well water and a five gallon gas tank.

My nerves have been a little on end I confess, OK allot, but as each day goes…


Added by Tony Castronovo on December 15, 2011 at 3:01pm — 10 Comments

In response to Steve's Demon Hydro

When we designed the Demon we had no plans to make a race boat and our intentions were to make a larger than normal hydro that would handle rougher water conditions, and not as likely to over-turn. Of course we wanted performance and I was satisfied if the boat ran 50 MPH for it's intended market.

When we tested and hit 60 MPH on the first outing I was very surprised as I really pushed the limits on a concept without prior testing that turned out to work better than expected. The new…


Added by Tony Castronovo on December 9, 2011 at 8:46am — 1 Comment


It's been five years now since we installed our first 23cc air-cooled engine in our Super G. Yes for those that may not know it is "ours". I started our engine program in 2005 after several prior trips to Asia looking for the most reliable sources to produce all of the components necessary.

I visioned have components manufactured in quality factories both here in the USA and abroad and doing the assembly and QC work in our factory undered caring eyes. Well, that became a reality in…


Added by Tony Castronovo on December 6, 2011 at 8:38am — No Comments

Enforcer Cat hull test # 4 12/02/11

As tested on 12/02/11

M5 engine less-clutch, dry tuned 2" band pipe with internal silencer.

Enforcer Dry -Tuned 2" mid-section w/internal silencer, 14.5" length

Enforcer XP-2 Inline drive system

Water conditions- calm (less than 1" chop)

Temp- 79 degrees

Prop 75mm 2-blade- Top speed- 51 MPH, on plane extremely fast, hard cornering, tight radius turns in less than 20'.

Prop 80mm 2-blade- Top speed- 53 MPH on plane under 10', hard cornering,…


Added by Tony Castronovo on December 3, 2011 at 12:42pm — No Comments

Monthly Archives












© 2023   Created by Daniel Hofman.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service