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>> Home > Forum > Building Related > Aero kits 46inch fire boat
Aero kits 46inch fire boat
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mikgough
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Forum Posts: 1
10th Sep 2018 11:00  
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Could any of you kind folks please advise me on a brushed motor and propeller size and type please. I am doing a restoration of this boat I have taken the petrol engine out and hope to replace with electric, but would like decent speed. Many thanks.

mturpin013
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Forum Posts: 59
10th Sep 2018 20:25  
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I am also building this boat but haven't finalised the power plant yet. However have a look at Robbobs build blog on this site for some inspiration.
https://model-boats.com/builds/view/23951

mturpin013
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Forum Posts: 59
10th Sep 2018 20:26  
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PS I think you may want to consider Brushless motor if you want reasonable speed. although an 850 -900 size motor may do the job.