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(Forum) Reluctant Crash Tender Sale by robhenry (Apprentice)
Hi Colin Herewith some photos as requested. Please let me know if you receive ok as am still using an old steam driven P.C. ! Best regards Rob  Posted: 3 hours ago

(Forum) Reluctant Crash Tender Sale by ColinJ (Sub-Lieutenant)
Hi Rob. Do you have any photos. Cheers   Posted: 22 hours ago

(Blog Response: Fairey Huntsman 31) Fairey Huntsman 31 by frankburgess (Sub-Lieutenant)
Hi Have bought a part completed Precedent 46" Fairey Huntsman. It has the Torpedo 850 motor and was fitted with a MFA como belt drive, which I have removed to have direct drive. The prop is a 2 blade 60mm dia, I wonder is this will be too much? I like your ideas on decking and windows etc...most helpful ,thankyou Does your Huntsman go well?  Posted: 23 hours ago

(Forum) Reversing brushless motors by TheBlacksmith (Seaman)
Hi I was given the one I currently have and was going to buy a brushless motor, I am quite new to the hobby and I do have a couple of 540 brushed motors with ESCs. I was thinking of using micro switches to reverse the polarity but these would need a high rating. I take your point about price of a new one I could get a motor and ESC. for £35-£50. I am building a hull based on the Ron Rees amazin...  Posted: 1 day ago

(Forum) Reversing brushless motors by BillD203 (Chief Petty Officer)
Hi can you a bit more details of what you want to do. Yes it can be done but why would you as a frw/rev esc cost less then £20.00 pm if you want some help with this   Posted: 2 days ago

(Forum) Reversing brushless motors by TheBlacksmith (Seaman)
Hi everyone I have a query yhat someone may be able to answer.I would like to know is it possible to use an ESC. with forward only to reverse a motor by putting a switch/switches between the ESC. and the motor. The motor is quite small it is the one recommended by the vintage model boat co. on their website. Cheers Mick (The blacksmith)  Posted: 2 days ago
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