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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > Phantom IOM
Phantom IOM
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AlanB
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 4
18th Sep 2017 11:34  
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I have just startred model yachting and have bought a Phantom IOM. Does anyone have any pictures of how they have fitted battery and receiver into the very small space under the hatch or know of any links to where these can be found please? I'm really struggling to get everything in. Also what type/size of battery would you recommend? Thanks.

KenThompson
(Lieutenant)





Forum Posts: 38
18th Sep 2017 18:52  
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Hi Alan, from trying to help a friend with the same problem, we had a look on u tube, we found a few videos which gave some help. Hope this is of use to you too.go to utube. Put in Phantom, and some videos should come up.
Good luck.
ken


May the wind always be always where you want it .
AlanB
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 4
21st Sep 2017 09:26  
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Thanks Ken, from your advice I found a club in Australia who race Phantoms. One of the youtube posts showed a boat with the hatch enlarged which is what I am currently thinking of copying. Thanks again.

KenThompson
(Lieutenant)





Forum Posts: 38
21st Sep 2017 13:27  
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Your welcome, happy sailing..


May the wind always be always where you want it .