wdrfergsdf: "If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy."
StalkinYouJustNow: I think that the electric motor( that you took the mounting system off) goes faster.
Simon De Asian: My brother bought a new 49 cc 4 stroke engine and he wants to do this
loadthebowl: That thing is fast as heck wow
Jim Marcum: pretty yellow lab puppy.
Wade Smith: That prop needs a different pitch
Amiga3000: (3:47) I don't think you Dog wanted to be seen riding in that boat..
hangemhighification: Damn nice job sir!! Love the dog going with you! Nothing like a K9 Companion to enjoy the outdoors. Love it!!! Good job on engineering.
RIPSAWONE: That is just too cool. And if I tell the VA Marine Officer I'm cutting weeds, I won't have to have a VA boat number.
minibiker99: does this have a clutch still in and does it still work?
chapiit08: Reminds me of the peke-peke boats of Amazon river in Peru.
calvin puffer: R.c boat props
joey christy: As far as the sound goes,i built one using an old Craftsman trimmer one time,I modified the exaust,I fitted a piece of steel pipe to the muffler an ran it down so it was like a boat exaust,in the water.And a steel plate just above the prop goes a very long ways,it keeps the thrust from shooting upwards giving you more power.Mine was VERY effective until the plastic prop flew into pieces from to many rpms,find a good aluminum prop you can make work.
Harry Paul Garcia: winner! Great job. a little loud, but who cares. that is awesome
Big Shed Idea's: I tried this years ago didnt work too much pitch on prob and size stalled engine You need a plate above prob and a pipe from exhaust going under water to drop noise level
rhadiem: Those little gas motors are one of my least favorite sounds possible, but it works sure enough :)
James Montgomery: Wow. A day dream of mine and you did it.
Bob Sortore: You can modify the exhaust by welding up some small pipe, running it along the propellor shaft and dumping it into the water above the prop. It will make it much quieter. Great job. I have an old air cooled 4 hp that looks similar to what you built, and that is how it's exhaust runs. It's amazing how much quieter it is when it's under water.
Hussien Mohamed: Soo slow
chapmaker46: smart guy great idea i have a weed eater maybe ill try this