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Sea Queen by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 days ago
Hi Ned, Welcome aboard 👍 On my Sea Scout (little brother of the Sea Queen) I used silicon sealant (a la bathroom!) and a small brass screw in each corner. It had to be good cos I had the RX, RX battery and rudder servo tucked in there! My boat was also started by Dad in the sixties. He had it free running with a Taycol Target and wet (very!) 6V lead acid cells. I upgraded to RC and Decaperm motor about 25 years ago and am currently restoring and converting to brushless 😲 Happy boating, Cheers Doug 😎

Sea Queen by ned Seaman   Posted: 2 days ago
Hello, I have just joined the Webb site, and am relative new to boats. I have just finished and got in the water a boat which looks similar to yours, started by my now deceased father in the 70's... But the point of my questions how have you made your hatch's, especially the one on the rear of your boat water tight? mine are not and leak in when out on the pond. Thank you for you time, hope you can help.😊

Aero Kit - Sea Queen by appstore Seaman   Posted: 5 days ago
I purchased and built this kit, did not have any problems but found the supplied brushed motor was inadequate for the performance I required. So installed an overlander T4250 brushless motor with a 45mm prop. changed the battery for an overlander Lipo 4500 mA battery, fusion Hawk 60amp ESC. totally different boat as to the performance. Slight modification to the motor mount was required.

Aero Kit - Sea Queen by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 5 days ago
Hi Andy Welcome to the site. There are many posts re building and fitting out Sea Queens on the site. You can search and browse. The boats in Harbour section will alsos give yousi details of the motor/prop/battery set up. I have an original Aerokits version and in my 48" Sea Queen I use a brushless 42 size 850Kv water cooled motor of 700 watts and it is happy driving a Prop Shop prop of 42mm at 45 amp on full throttle. Power is from an 11.1v Lipo of at least 2200 mA but Nimhs would work, just not as fast and less duration.

Aero Kit - Sea Queen by DennisRobotham Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 5 days ago
Hi Andy, i have the Huntsman with a torpedo 850 which gives it a realistic speed,cuts through the water nicely.. good luck with the build

Aero Kit - Sea Queen by AndyG009 Apprentice   Posted: 6 days ago
Have purchased a JoTiKa Sea Queen kit, and have considered changing the supplied motor for something that gives a bit of speed. Has anyone out there got any ideas that might help me - motor / prop size combination. Also has anyone had experience of this kit and got any comments on issues ! Thanks in advance

Sea Queen refurbishment by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
Need to keep up with these things as some of my stuff is on old drives that were on win3.1/XP/millennium/vista/NT./7/8.1/And now 10 sometimes a bit awkward moving between system's. But have a nephew who is a programming analyst and sorts it for me. Wish I could do it but Microsoft changes aren't always easy to keep up with unless your loaded and cost doesn't matter. Cheers Colin

Sea Queen refurbishment by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
Should have known😉 Well done that man 👍

Sea Queen refurbishment by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
Already sorted thanks. I have a external disc reader unit, it takes old IDE, SSD, and a few others as well.

Sea Queen refurbishment by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
Sorry Dave. Can't drive at moment on these pain killers.

Sea Queen refurbishment by rolfman2000 Admiral   Posted: 27 days ago
I'll add Colin, that if you bring your broken PC to the lake, I can remove the hard drives, and copy all the files to either a DVD or a blu-ray data disc, which you can then keep, or transfer onto your new pc. All you need to do is ask mate. Cheers, Dave W 😊

Sea Queen refurbishment by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
By the way Colin, don't forget to take the hard disc drives out of the old PC. There are gadgets on the market theses days which connect them to another PC via a simple USB cable. Then you should be able to rescue all your old files and copy them to the new PC. Worked with my last PC update no problem. 👍😊 Cheers Doug 😎

Sea Queen refurbishment by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
All fingers (and toes😲) crossed for you Colin. 👍 German equivalent is 'Ich druck dir die Daumen' = I press for you the thumbs!! Makes it very difficult to do anything else 😉 All the best (Alles Gute), Doug

Sea Queen refurbishment by rolfman2000 Admiral   Posted: 27 days ago
Well, let's see what the surgeons say Colin. It must be nice to have a pain free life on the horizon. Good news on the PC & new lifting beam and hoist. So you should have a weatherproof workshop in the very near future. Are you going up to the Cobb on Sunday ? I'm hoping to get there (weather permitting) for the first time in about weeks. Fingers crossed for decent weather. Best wishes to you Colin, cheers, Dave W 😊

Sea Queen refurbishment by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 27 days ago
Just got news from hospital, have been referred for surgery, so now waiting for appointment. Also ordered a PC today ready to start again, workshop roof support beams all in place, as well as a new lifting beam and hoist, boarding and felting starting tomorrow. Hopefully will be able to work again soon as the specialist says if opps work I should be pain free. I'll believe it when it happens. Cheers Colin.