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>> Home > Forum > Building Related > Anteo 2 Tug
Anteo 2 Tug
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Dick
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 2
6th Oct 2018 20:05  
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Could someone advise me on a suitable brushed motor for the Anteo tug 800 mm length. Also how do you reverse motor,special esc or reversing switch ?
Thanks Dick

Westquay
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 793
7th Oct 2018 16:43  
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Dick, as far as I know model boat/car style ESCs have a reverse function.
I would think a geared 540 motor would be quite sufficient. People tend to overpower most model boats, especially those not required to take off like ducks on acid! Like tugs.

Cheers,
Martin

Colin H.
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 423
7th Oct 2018 18:53  
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Hi Dick, I have a few tugs and the largest at 49" uses a geared 540 running from a 12v 7ah sla battery giving a good 90mins running time. This model weighs in at 15 kilos ready to sail. I also have a caldercraft model tug Joffre. Which is about 30" long and runs using a 6v monoperm motor and gearbox. 6v 4.5ah sla battery giving about 1 hour run time. Weight is 5kilos ready to sail. Hope this helps.
Cheers Colin.


Fair winds and calm waters,
COLIN.
Dick
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 2
14th Nov 2018 15:47  
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Thanks for your replies I've purchased mfa 2-1 500/550 motor.has pulley drive to drive shaft pulley


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