Also, 1800kv on 6s is actually a bit too high RPMs.
I have been into r/c trucks but got burnt out on it over the last 4 years."I tuned an x642 prop and blueprinted the sponsons and on 4S the boat is nearly 50mph on the 1500kv motor!For a 6S boat I recommend 1500KV motors.Personally I don't see anything wrong with the ESC you have now.But any info on setups and stuff I would greatly appreciate!P - this one is prop specific.But this is WAY too high RPMs for 6S, and still not nearly enough ESC headroom.Like you, I have working with R/C trucks for over 4-years, but true performance boats are a whole new ball game.Here's what 46mph looks like.But they are so completely different then R/C anything else, so many variable's (just in the prop alone now add in all the other stuff.
Chief went on to 1o lotto vincite say.My observation of this is they did good with hull but should of kept old electronics.All material on this site is copyrighted by m or the product itself.I was ( note : past tense) going to put the 1800Kv motor from my IM31 into MG29, not now.I took the 1800kv motor out of my old blackjack and slapped on the v3 and upgraded the cooling lines and I am surprised to say I see same amout of torque and speed but way cooler temperatures.
I have my timing set to low due to the old motor getting to hot but will play with it soon.
Welcome to the wonderful world of R/C boating, it's addicting as all hell.
The secret to more speed are upgraded tuned props proper setup.