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    You're so right RowenπŸ‘ One last slurp of Castello Lugana and πŸ˜΄πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€ Glad you liked my Sea Scout reportπŸ‘ As you can see from the vids I didn't have the slightest problem with slow speed manoeuvring or gradual TX stick controlled starts. No 'scalded cats'😊 Would be nice if more folks reported like that, instead of just when all is 'done and dusted'. Helps the newbies (which we all were way back thenπŸ˜‰) I hope, which is why I did it that way. On that happy note TTFN😊 CU, Doug 😎
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    "Part built " So far so good MikeπŸ‘ Shame you didn't go for an original true twin screw set up though. Cheers, Doug 😎 PS A word to the wise though! I would detach those coamings from the hatch decks and glue them permanently to the main deck. Only then can they properly serve their purpose. Namely; to prevent ingress of water to the interior! Your choice, your risk!πŸ˜‰
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    Hi to all out there. Restoring an RC submarine can anyone help to identify this electrical item to help me understand what it is for and how does it work? Some of the wiring from it does connect to items like battery and to a receiver but there are two wires from the probe hi & lo outlets which do not seem to connect to anything. Any help would be appreciated.🀞
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    help please will my cervia thames tug require hull depth numbers and other waterline markings, i have a set of 1/48 scale to suit but wonder if they are needed? see photo
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    Scratch built small tugboat seen in Mahone Bay,Nova Scotia, which has a chine steel sheet hull. Overall length was 48’ width 12’, single screw, crew of two. The original tugboat was named Enmore, built in 1959, on the shores of Lake Ontario, by Belmar Welding Company Ltd. It was destined to be a public works tug in Charlotte Town, PEI. Her current name is Miss Katherine, but I may name my model after my daughter, Corinna Mae.
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    Scratch built HSL.length is 52 inches and a beam of 10. And draws about 3 inch of draft. She runs on one large brushless motor by aquastar. 2200 kv. On 4 cells I get a lively performance to say the least. The prop is a two blade racing prop (x) of 50 mm. And made of stainless steel and balanced.The esc is 150 amp by Flycolor. I have this make in nearly all of my boats and never had any trouble whatsoever
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