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aeronaut classic Print Booklet
Author: sandgrounder   Posts: 1   Photos: 0   Subscribers: 0   Views: 684   Responses: 31   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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aeronaut classic - Posted: 28th Nov 2018
i have bought a aeronaut classic kit to build over the winter , i have had to suspend other models (tugs) due to fumes and winter ventilation .
it will be my first wood kit build ,
i would like to fit a brush-less motor in the Classic but do not know which motor i could use to replace a speed 400,
can anyone recommend a brush-less motor for the classic
Response by RNinMunich on the 3rd Jan 2019
Thanks SG 👍
Was afraid of that with the bench.
Guess I'll have to rummage in the odds n ends box
Cheers, Doug 😎
Response by Sifi70 on the 3rd Jan 2019
Lovely Job, well done, these are excellent little boats. I fancy building the bigger one now in the Aeronaut range. Make sure you get some weight in her though. Mine flew across the pond the other day and turned over. (No damage, just my pride) It’s way to fast. Good luck with your Maiden 😉
Response by sandgrounder on the 3rd Jan 2019
just as a matter interest how much weight were you thinking , i know it is light and may be quick with the brushless motor