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  • Ken, can you show where you placed the weight?

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    • Sure. I placed a piece of blue tape on the exhaust housing. That is the center of the boat fore and aft. Since I have weight in the bow due to all the hardware for the torpedo doors, I first added the two 4 once weights to the left in the picture. At this point the boat is balanced on a small piece of wood at the fore & aft center. I then added the two larger weights forward and balanced against those with the 4 weights to the left under the sub driver. The boat is now balanced assembled on the fore and aft center. I left a space between the foremost and aftmost weights for water to drain when it needs to. Nothing to show yet on the flotation. The wire mess you see is for underwater LED's.

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