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Hello everyone, this is Steve.  I hope that you are doing well and staying healthy during
these challenging times.  Building boats can be a good escape!  

I'm currently able to work full-time till August on building hull kit, parts and new hull kits.  
I sincerely appreciate your patience over these months.

I have a new fiberglass process called Vacuum Infusion Process.
I'm now offering Vacuum Infusion Process on 1/6.667 Gas Scale part# SG8255H-GS
& soon to be available part# SG110H-GS

This process creates hull kits that are lighter and stronger hydros.
They come with a clear gelcoat, and will come standard with partial carbon fiber
I also offer all Carbon Fiber option.

The Vacuum Infusion Process (VIP) is a technique that uses vacuum pressure to
drive resin into a laminate. Materials are laid dry into the mold and the vacuum is applied
before resin is introduced. Once a complete vacuum is achieved, resin is literally sucked into
the laminate via carefully placed tubing.

I will continue to offer this process on future hull kits and parts.  
New updates will be posted on the website as they are completed.

Thanks for supporting a small business!
We build rc (radio control) race boat hull kits for
1/8 Scale Unlimited Hydroplanes
Classic Thunderboats and Gas Scale.
We also build cowlings, lexan canopies, wing
sets, drivers and other parts.

Our hulls are epoxy fiberglass
with built-in flotation and
optional carbon fiber reinforcements.
The result is a high quality, strong,
durable and lightweight boat.

Our rc boats can also be built
as display models as well.

Don't see what you want?
Ask us and we will try to help.
Gas Scale part# SG500H-GS Hull Kit ~ Video of the first run!!
Randy - Jack - Captain Perry - Steve
The race crew first test day with the
1960 U-79-2 Nitrogen Too
Captain Perry - Randy - Jack - Pickles - Steve
The race crew test day. Gas Scales
1983 U-40 Miss Houston & 1960 U-79-2 Nitrogen Too
Gas Scale part# SG8255H-GS  &  part# SG500H-GS Video !!
We had an island float in, but it didn't stop us.
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