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    Re: WTC construction.
    Hi Peter, You have done an excellent job on your WTC so far, well done. I wish I had the equipment and materials to do the same. Like you I had to do a lot of forward planning before making my WTC. Having a water tight tube inside a water tight tube is a good idea as it reduces the risk of leaks. But have you enough room between the inner and outer tube to pass wiring through ? I am assuming that the forward and aft bow planes will have separate servos operating via a Y connector. Or are they being operated separately. How are you going to hold the inner tube in place.? The centre section on my WTC is a separate tank with a through tube to enable my wiring to pass through (you have probably seen my thread on here) I think I also mentioned that you will not need to pump in much water to get the Gato to submerge. And after experimenting I decided to fit a
    party balloon
    to also prevent leeks around the wiring through tube. I ended up venting the air as I had pressure problems. Martin555.
    1 year ago by Martin555

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