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Fairplay X - Plastic Magic! :-) by saintsalvio Commander   Posted: 17 days ago
A GRANDE RICHIESTA! as you asked me how I did it! It is very simple! ehm not so much but: you take the lobster (minipig submarine u16 new) take out delicately the pincers (the two motors) paying attention to isolate the cables for each motors, than take away from the body the fruit (the intere block including internal battery, receiver and jack to charge) than I substitued the two motor pillars of the original fairplay kit with the two mini sub pillars very similar in sembiance and proportions, painted than reconnect the cables of the two motors with tiny cable joint to the "fruit" fixed on the exact balanced centre of the ship hull (you can see by the photos: it is right between the two main internal hollow septs). You can use the front submarine lights to enlight the fairplay lower cabins. Take care it is a nonconventional very difficult and nerve raking work but with a little help (from my friends? Noo nobody here) from the lady luck instead you can obtain the result of a mad - merely responding to command - foolish steering - lovable tugboat. hope this pics can help (Excuse me but I sealed the fruit before fixing to the hull with a lot of electric tape and sealing paint to waterproof it! So I haven't images of it naked but it is a quite simple structure! 😱 P.S. Excuse for my neapolitan-deformed english I can't do better!

Fairplay X - Plastic Magic! :-) by saintsalvio Commander   Posted: 19 days ago
I used the stack two motors; the circuits and the esc so as the control radio of the tiny submarine i got for the purpose; the weight was right to float correct by the waterline; you can see it on a video on my little Youtube channel (look at Salvatore Mazzarella ) rescuing a sunseeker predator yacht with many glamour ladies in the bathub. P.S. unfortunately I am still living at work!

Fair play X by saintsalvio Commander   Posted: 19 days ago
[Score: 5/10] - Comments: Very beautiful 1/144 Revell kit: added micromotors from a tiny submarine I love it: it really works (in his scale! It Push and Pull hard!

ORCA by pmdevlin Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 29 days ago
Hi Dave, its Hoylake, Wirral, whilst filled with fresh water, on the odd high tide as its right on the beach (hence lifeboat station on the background) it does get salt water In it Jaws, well here is the thing, remember MMB subsonic submarine kits? I bought one, and never got it to work. I have a box of bits, jus wanted it to dive to dorsal fin depth, and surface, it would be a cool project. I nearly got there, but gave up If anybody want to do a commission build, let me know👍

SHERSCHEN PT 209 by Inkoust Admiral   Posted: 30 days ago
[Score: 9/10] 33"/2300g SHERSCHEN PT 209 Capable of 12mph and a runtime of 35mins Twin Propellors (2 Blade X Type 35mm) Direct Drive to a MIG 600 Turbo (2 Blade X Type) Powered by NiCad (7.2v) 3Amp/h Batteries Controlled Through DSYS 36 A (30Amps) ESC - Comments: Russian submarine fighter deployed on the Baltic. Ship full of balsa construction, plywood skeleton. 2 pcs engine series 600, 2 pcs NiCd battery 3300mA. Super driving characteristics, good maneuverability and stability.

Hydrofoil by sonar Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 month ago
The only other that may suit that sort of hull is a Russian Hydrofoil Fast Antisubmarine Ship

H2O Engine by mactin Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi MBW people this is my prototype engine for submarines theres a more comprehensive write up about it on my website under EPIC engine www.mclarenclockworksubmarines.com

VS-8 by 32nd Parallel by spunky52 Seaman   Posted: 2 months ago
I think the company closed back in the late 80's but I don't have any real info on that.... Somewhere I read they didn't sell many of these, as their kits, (this and submarines), were on the high price side way back then... all hand laid up items...

How many is to Many by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
a REAL scary question 🤔 1 H class Destroyer and 1 Submarine KM IIA (1:72) in SLEP (Service Life Extension Programme!) 1 KM pocket Battleship Graf Spee & 1 HMS Belfast (1:128) in Fitting Out Dock. 1 Tug Southampton ca 1:50 ARTR 1 Kentish Fishing Boat ca 1:50 inherited restoration & motorisation project 1 Sea Scout restoration ARTR, built by my Dad 50 years ago! 1 flying boat ARTR 1 Hovercraft needing painting & RC gear fitting. Potential 'Plastic Magic' :- 1:350 Bismarck, USS Enterprise (The Big E), HMS Hood, HMS Ark Royal, Airfix HMS Illustrious (Invincible class) & T45 Daring 1:72 Revell Flower class corvette, German Lifeboat & S100 class E Boat, Airfix MTB, RAF Launch, KM E Boat 1:144 Revell Fletcher class destroyer. Have started collecting Micron Radio gear for the conversions. And JFF an Airship! Ready except for the Helium needed! Plus many 1:400 1:600 1:720WW2 navies plastic kits & etched parts JFF & to hone the skills I should live so long ! Help 🤔 Cheers from Munich Doug 😎

HMS Triumph by reilly4 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 2 months ago
HMS Triumph - Trafalgar Class Submarine at Albert Park Lake, Melbourne. There is a previous post with this submarine. It is scratch built and uses Engel piston tanks as its diving system. It has been in operation over 30 years. This is the first time it has carried a camera.

ZOBEL CLAS by Inkoust Admiral   Posted: 3 months ago
German fighter submarines 70 years. I got ABS hull from a kit from Graupner, I redid four shafts, and I put the rest of ABS and laminate according to plans. The actuator motor 4 pieces 400, 2 pieces LiPol 4000 mA, the air cooling engine. The length of the ship is 110 cm. Screws 4 pcs 20th. Still under construction

And More free plans by sonar Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 3 months ago
From Yachts speedboats cargo ships and vintage boats to A submarine All sorts here. Including a Duck.... Well worth a good look... Easy to join Look at the header under Plans for the Boat Section. https://aerofred.com/index.php

X System by mactin Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 3 months ago
hello MBWs A little project im currently working on which may possibly change everything its a non aspirating zero emissions adjacent combustion two stroke submarine propulsion system its self sustaining and its fuel is good old H2O! yes I know you probably think im mental and youre probably right but ive had the test bedder running.

SHERSCHEN P206 by Inkoust Admiral   Posted: 3 months ago
Wooden structure submarine chasers of 70 years in service with Russia and East Germany. Cover with balsa and smeared with epoxy varnish. The model is equipped with two engines of 600 pcs, 2 pcs NiCd battery 3000 mA

dicky motor by jtdavid Lieutenant   Posted: 3 months ago
hi, it sounds like you have the receiver to low in your boat, try lifting it higher up above the water line if possible. as I said before submarines don't work very well on 2.4 ghz because they work below water level try it and let us no if it works. its a common problem with 2.4ghz unless you put receiver above water line. a few people I have spoken to have gone back to 27mhz or 40mhz. also you will notice the antenna is only short try putting this above as well. david