The ideas keep flowing in and thanks, I do use magnets a lot and buy them in bulk from China. if you look at 'River Dance' in 'My Harbour' all the dolls are held in place by magnets, one behind the seats and the other stuck onto their backs under their clothing.
On this warship the higher part of the superstructure
is already held in place by magnets possible allowing access to the lipo balance lead. Until the wiring
route has been finalized I will not cut out any access holes as I feel the need to make it as waterproof
as possible, hence I decided to glue the deck on with silicone, making it removable in emergency. No doubt this tiddler will be on a pond with slightly larger boats and if the deck was only held in by magnets any wash from other craft might enter the hull and blow the electric
s. To the other point the superstructure
is hollow and that is where I intend getting access to the required electric
al connections. There are 2 possible access areas and until I assemble these individual assembles to see any restrictions I cannot be sure of the size. One access point may be sufficient.
As for batteries
I have no experience of the Lion type and what is required in the way of charges. I use Lipos a lot and have only blown one up and that was inside the 'Minx' also in 'My Harbour', it has 2 x 850 motor
s in and when testing it for the first time only had 1 lipo fitted, I simply tried to take too much from it and it blew up! So again thanks for the suggestion but the lipos fits in snugly and gives just the right amount of ballast
, just luck. Thanks again guys will keep you in the loop and will update pics, next week.