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Sea Queen Print Booklet
Author: Northumbrian   Posts: 2   Photos: 9   Subscribers: 0   Views: 555   Responses: 1   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
nearly there - Posted: 23rd May 2018
just about finished only a few deck fittings to add i used a brushless 1700kv motor & 70amp esc it runs well on a 3 cell 5000 mah lipo the planking is made from old wooden blinds
the only outlay was for the motor & esc the rest i had
it is marvelous what you collect over the years my next build will be an airboat i have found a motor from a WOT 4 airplane 😉

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Sea Queen - Posted: 19th Apr 2018
I was clearing the workshop and found the profiles from a Sea Queen i had built a while back & decided to build another i had some 6mm and 2mm lite ply lying around i used polyurethane glue & brass pins to put it together, the shaft i had is a bit short but a double dyco will do the job the next step is to put the motor & rudder in before building the cabin

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Response by juskiddin on the 25th Apr 2018
I'm interested to watch your progress. Especially regarding motor size and installation of RC equip.