I’d like em in yellow, and I’m generally using 11’ and 12’ stand up paddle boards not all the same angle but obviously I need to pick a generic angle that will work for most long multi purpose boards I’d want 3 or 4 initially depending on what they are gonna cost me. After I test them I will want several more.
I know that they are specifically designed for T200 motors but could you make a 2 piece clamp that would hold a 56 102 motor that weighs about 1kg and would put out a lot of thrust. That would attach to the mounting plate on the fin.
A friend of mine owns a pedal boat, kayak and paddleboard rental business and wants me to put a few kits together to try out as rentals the fin with the T 200 and a 6s battery in a pelican box would be a great way to turn every board into an E sup without breaking the bank. But since I build jet boards I’m interested in trying a high power fin mounted motor and see what I can get speed wise. I have seen a couple of DIY’rs get some impressive results. I want to take a SSS 56102 brushless motor of about 350-500 kv pot everything and put a 70 mm or 80mm prop directly onto the shaft clamp it to the fin and see what a long board with a 200 lb guy riding it will do. I’d be expecting 10 mph minimum but if the prop is efficient and designed to spin at a high rpm I’d actually be shooting fir 15-20 mph with this set up. So with that in mind would the fin mount hold up and if not could you 3D print one out of a stringer materials?
So based on all that let me know a price per unit for 2/3 of the. t200 ones you showed us on the forum and one of the ones I described. All in yellow .