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Who has a pool and has nothing to do all day?well this is the project for you.this high speed boat is fun easy and free.

Step 1: Supplies

Gather your supplies,floating platform,scissors,tape,wire,marker,4 motors,3 propellers,a steering prop,a water proof container,circut board from a old rc truck,and a snack.

Step 2: Feeding the Wire

Today I will be telling the important parts in building a fast boat.first you will need a floating platform that's easy to move around in the water and it has to be light.you will begin by cutting out the shape of the container:for example mine was a circle

Step 3: Putting the Back Motors In

Next cut out the holes for the motors so their snug and make a tunnel leading to the shape.lead the wire threw the tunnel to where u can't see it and you have extra incase mesups in the future

Step 4: Putting in the Steering Mechanism

First make a hole in the bottom but don't put it thre the whole thing because water will just fill up the hole.make another tunnel and feed the wire threw there.if you make the hole too big for the motor wrap some tape around the motor until it's snug.then you can make your own steering thing

Step 5: Connecting to the Circut Board

Connect the rear and front motors to the circut board

Step 6: Seal the Circut Board

Put the circut board and wires in the water proof container and make sure the container is tight enough so it won't fall out when your driving it

Step 7: Last Step

Time to pute in the propellers.i am just using lego airplane props.and now you have a fast fun tough boat and please comment on any ideas on how to improve this boat
What did you use as floating platform
I will I had a couple bugs with my circut boards
<p>This looks like a ton of fun to play with! Do you have a video of it in action?</p>
Thanks
interesting idea........ steering servo from rc vehicle for the rudder, mount the motors top side angled down using a shaft. may attempt this.

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