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what motor by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 13 hours ago
Bon chance mon ami! 👍 I can send you the RC set manual if you like, just pm-ed you my Email address. We can't attach pdf files to posts (pm or not) 🤔 Cheers and Goodnight from Munich, 😎Doug

what motor by marky Commander   Posted: 13 hours ago
Thanks Doug ,much appreciated looks like Hobbyking shopping for me tommorow . Cheers Marky

what motor by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 13 hours ago
OK. So it's 4" smaller than the Sea Scout I am currently renovating and upgrading from a 50ies Taycol motor to brushless! So keep the 'stuf' lightweight. When I asked the same question for the Sea Scout a few months ago I got the following advice from Canabus, who seems to have considerable experience in this field 👍 "All from Hobbyking. Motor propdrive V2 2830- 1000kv 370watts 3.175mm shaft(9190000328-0)3S or 4S lipo battery. ESC 30A car(HK-30A)( XT60 connectors required), program card (HKPROG-CARD)can be used on the larger ones in the series. Lipo battery Turnigy 1000mah 3S 30C (T1000.3s.20) 89grams 75 x 33 x 19mm or a Turnigy 1500mah 3S 25C (T1500.3S.25) 113 grams 80 x 34 x 25 mm both have XT60 connectors. Prop about a 2 blade 30mm 1.4 pitch" I actually opted for a 3 blade prop and a 3S 3000mAh I already had, but bought the ESC and motor recommended and am now fitting them cos it made sense, was not expensive and came pretty quick - make sure it comes from the UK or EU warehouse to avoid possible import tax from Hong Kong or USA !!! This would be more than adequate to give your boat some Oomph! It needs more than my cabin Cruiser! For the RC buy a complete set already matched and 'bound' so you have the minimum of fiddling about as a rookie😉 I can thoroughly recommend the Turnigy HT6, AKA TGY-I6 , ~US$45 also from Hobby King. In a couple of hours one evening I could programme two models into it and get it to do what I wanted instead of what the factory thought we would want for plane or chopper! Instructions are quite clear, logical and lead you through step by step. It comes with a 68 page manual! But much you can skip if you don't intend to go flying with your boat! Attached is a pic from my manual with German branding (REELY)! But it's the same beast as the TGY-I6, second pic!! The whole package should cost around a 100quid and you're RTR! The RC set has 6 channels so you have lots of scope later for special functions; fire monitors, lights, horn, motor noise etc etc 👍 By the way; the motor comes with 3.5mm bullet connectors, and of course I only had 4mm 'other halves' but you can also get connectors, loose or fitted to cables and adapters at Hobby King. (You can solder them on with your 4lb hatchet!!!) Hope this helps, Cheers Doug 😎 PS don't forget a suitable coupling to match the 3.17mm motor shaft to your prop shaft (whatever that is, 4mm?)

what motor by marky Commander   Posted: 14 hours ago
Hi Doug,its 20" (500mm) long x 5"(125mm)at its widest.Cheers Marky 😌

what motor by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 14 hours ago
Hi Mark, remind me please; how big is the boat ? Doug 😎

what motor by marky Commander   Posted: 18 hours ago
Am building the EEZEBILT RAF tender the hints and tips suggest a 280 or 300 brushed motor but on other posts in the forums brushless motors are mentioned ,both my previous boats have been static so this is a steep learning curve for me ,Q1 brushed or brushless ?.Q2 what size ? Q3 would it be easier to buy a RC set up complete rather than individual bits and bobs ?.Q4 will defiantly follow in the near future . Any help much appreciated 👍 Cheers Marky

Billings Sea King in need of TLC by AllenA Captain   Posted: 3 days ago
Sea King now restored. Veneered the deck adding some fancy balsa work on the bow deck. Modern veneers are thin and difficult to manage. Shouldn't have varnished the white areas as so called clear varnish is not clear when painted on white. Overall, I'm pleased with her and learned a lot of lessons. Loved Glue'n Glaze for the windows. What a Godsend. Retained the original como motors added a fan cooled Chinese 320 esc and linked her to a new old stock Acoms Techniplus Alpha 27mhz transmitter and Acoms AR-201 Rx with futaba servo. Hull painted Hammerite smooth Gold, with white Plastikote. Managed to retain the original Billings sticker and name decals.If the bath is anything to go by she should plane quite easily. Might add some ropes and fenders but enjoying her clean looks at the moment.

Help! What's this? by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 3 days ago
Hi Allen, Doesn't help much I'm afraid but Bubu's Racing Team is a motorbike team, run by Marcin Bubel, based in Częstochówka in southern Poland! https://www.facebook.com/pg/Marcin-Bubel-BuBu-Racing-Team-14... Bartels is a building technology company (electrics) in Oldenburg near Bremen, miles and miles from Poland! http://bartels-elektrotechnik.de/ No clues about the boat I'm afraid 🤔 Happy hunting and painting, Doug 😎

Help! What's this? by AllenA Captain   Posted: 3 days ago
Before I restore and repaint this boat, I wonder if anyone can help me identify it. Picked it up yesterday at a boot sale from, I think, a German guy in his 30s, along with a Kyosho RC Car. The boat was covered in Bubu's Racing Team stickers and had a few Bartels GFK/CFK Technik of Oldenburg stickers. She is 18"/450mm, has a water cooled (Yokomo Keil?) DTM A-563 motor and a Hitec full mos fet sp-560 esc. Put in a new receiver and battery and she was up and running. She will be red and gold when repainted. Not much to look at but, probably, quite quick.

Blown esc........ again 😢 by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 4 days ago
What ESC were you using? My experience with 600 motors is that they are power hungry, smell a lot and get very, very hot. I had two in a Slipway Trent (they advise the ECO version, no longer available) and used to be able to smell them from the shore! Could be the ESC internals circuitry shut down and may start working again when cool. Any weed in your pond will definitely overload them, which was my problem. Too big a prop will also cause overheating. I had 40mm 3 blade brass props in the Trent. It's possible that the motor is to blame if it has cooked the coils and caused an internal short. Try running direct from the battery with an ammeter in circuit. I am assuming you have checked your propshaft for free rotation and no binding, locknuts can and do come adrift and can tighten up on the shaft, which may explain the slowing down you experienced. Please keep us posted with your progress Cheers Dave

Blown esc........ again 😢 by rolfman2000 Commander   Posted: 4 days ago
Dear Auntie Plunkitt, bang goes another speed controller. Two weeks ago I blew my first, but that was my own fault, but this one, not sure. It's only powering a 600 graupner motor, so a 30 amp esc should be fine. But it kept slowing down, then nothing. The receiver was still powered up, but nothing to the motor. Any ideas ? Signed, yours Pained Wallet of Kidderminster😭

Tinplate submarine motors more toys than models but I like em by AllenA Captain   Posted: 5 days ago
Beautiful work Mactin. Reminded me that I had seen a series of articles in the Model Engineer January 1959 illustrating the build of an A Class submarine should you ever wish to put your engine to work.

Tinplate submarine motors more toys than models but I like em by marky Commander   Posted: 6 days ago
the fear of losing bodily parts was enough to keep us away ,changed days i remember him having bottles of meths and matches in the bedroom for the engine which powered a workshop with a small circular saw a power hammer and other potentialy lethal tools no health and safety in these halceon days ,next time i see him will have to ask what happened to it knowing him it will be up in his loft

Tinplate submarine motors more toys than models but I like em by mactin Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 6 days ago
The ball is actually a door knob,got two of them from a charity shop for a quid its ferrous because its magnetic. The "meccano" is the poor mans variation called "X Tech" the hole spacings are different and its dirt cheap, once again courtesy of Marie Curie cancer charity shop. I presume you still have a full compliment of digits and bits! older brothers! mine was exactly the same.

Richards 48" Swordsman by pmdevlin Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 6 days ago
Hi Richard your motor has a big 8mm shaft, have you thought about how you are going to connect to your propshaft? It might be too late now, but the early ic shafts where a steep angle, and really a bit far forward under the hull. Imagine the propeller is pushing up, rather than forward. If not too late (its actually not as daunting as you might think) you could do with altering the angle, so the propeller is close to the hull. Work on the fact that 55mm "x" prop will be the biggest, you will end up with 50mm or 52.5mm 👍 I did a lot of testing with my 4 foot 28, hulls are the same almost, we just have to now consider your battery and the resulting amp draw as your esc and motor are rated at 60a