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Hartsholme Electric Model Boat Club
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John1up
(Apprentice)
colindavies
(Sub-Lieutenant)
Kipper
(Sub-Lieutenant)
Jimbo
(Petty Officer)
basilsdad
(Sub-Lieutenant)
stew1960
(Petty Officer)
Nobby-Clark
(Petty Officer)


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Motor upgrade - Posted: 4 days ago by Nobby-Clark
Guys, hi I came down to hartsholme today to trial run the build and was made extremely welcome thanks greatly. Er motor widthThe motors are T4A from mobile marine they were extremely hot so prop size adjustment is needed.
I am building again this time an inshore mine sweeper I have 50 mm graupner props on at the moment and am looking for a pair of motors to run off 12v LAB with 15 amp speed controllers per motor but cooler with out going to big I have 50mm per motor width allowance and 70mm length. I would like to keep up speed as inshore sweepers were fairly nippy 20knots real time. Is there any recommendations please ,apart from rebuild again.
Regards
Nobby

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What transmitter - Posted: 9 days ago by Nobby-Clark
Guys I’m in the market for a new transmitter and after advice. The first boat had a two channel, my new build will have independent motor control, I need some advise please on transmitter/ receiver, for two motors, one rudder, maybe spare etc for sound or cooling fan for motors etc. Any help out there , it needs to be reliable but pensioner affordable if the two go together.
Regards
Nobby
Response by Kipper 7 days ago
Hi,

Take a look at this, it's a good unit, used by some in our club, all set up is done on the built in screen, easy to use & dependable.

About as cheap as they come but very good.
Receivers are cheap too. 👍
https://www.amazon.co.uk/FS-Transmitter-Receiver-helicopter-ARRIVAL/dp/B00PF7DQBI

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Test run - Posted: 14 days ago by Nobby-Clark
Basilsdad hi just got message been trying to post back but having problems. Any chance if meeting or am I too late. 07984312298
Regards terry

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New build - Posted: 17 days ago by Nobby-Clark
Hi I have just built my first cruiser for my youngest son an grandson. I am looking for somewhere to test sail it this Thursday afternoon as it’s his only day off work. Where is ther local please that is safe in case it stalls that it can be retrieved please.
Regards
Terence
Response by basilsdad 17 days ago
I can meet up at the club lake for an hour on Thursday afternoon if you want ,if you can help me with the rescue dingy if needed, basilsdad
Response by Nobby-Clark 14 days ago
Hi just got message. Sorry for late response is it Too late to say yes please. 07984312298
Response by Nobby-Clark 14 days ago
Hi basilsdad any chance of still meeting up. Just got message sorry. 07984312298