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    1. Sylvie (ex Lotse / Graupner)
    by Mike Stoney ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ญ ( Warrant Officer)
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    Boat Length
    21" (53.34 cm)
    Boat Weight
    1kg (35 oz)
    Motor Type
    Brushed
    Drive Type
    Direct
    Props
    Single
    Battery Type
    NiMH
    Battery mAh
    3Ah (3,000 mAh)
    Prop Type
    2 Blade
    Prop Size
    30mm
    Run Time
    30 min
    12 months ago
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    A pilot ship built by Graupner in 1987 and brought to life again this year!
    Picture nr. 4 is the original from Graupner. I rebuilt my boat a bit, it was too simple for me,
    with stand and headlights that can be switched on and off.
    Data and pictures will follow . . .
    Greets Mike

    PS: The second last picture is actually the original from Graupner. So you can see what I have changed. My boats shouldn't be 0/815 models.


    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Sylvie (ex Lotse / Graupner)
    8 months ago by Mike Stoney ( Warrant Officer)
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    Hello everyone!
    First of all, a Happy New Year to all of you with all the trimmings !!
    Tonight I finished my radar project. Because of the lack of space I had to think about how and where I should place the engine. Since the last space in the fuselage is fully booked, the cabin had to believe in it.
    In any case, it was a tinkering with success.
    Years ago, I removed the motor with reduction from a decommissioned credit card reader, so that the radar's concentricity only roughly corresponds to 1.5V = fed.
    See for yourself. . .
    Greetings from hobbyists
    Michel-Claude
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