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Peter HS93

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Member No. 69
Registered 26th Apr 2008
Last Online 5th Apr 2015
City St. Helens
Country United Kingdom
Boats in Harbour 4
Sailing Locations 2
Forum Posts 206
Photos Posted 248
Likes Received 3
Likes Given 0
320 Total Posts
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Liverpool Model Boat Club
Since: 15th Sep 2012
St Helens Model Boat Club
Since: 15th Sep 2012
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Fire Boat
Type:
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Type:
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Fleet Admiral!
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Fleet Admiral 1000
Admiral 800
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Forum Thread 5 80
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Photos Response 3 57
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Recent Posts
Paint for Fireboat Restoration by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
these days you can get any paint MIXED In a can.even two Pack If you want It.I have had BS numbers In all kinds of paint type's the lenth of time that models spend brteen re paints Is normally not that long also there Is no need to put a top clear coat on like you do with some types of paint It Is also Cellulose Is less harmlessmt o use . Peter

Paint for Fireboat Restoration by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
This Is part of a restriced document I recivd It also confirmed what we had pulled of a few original vosper plans BS631 was just a primer colour as It wa used the white roof tops and under a lot of the other paints the roof tops where currex smoth white! so differnt docs say different things I think the typed document came out after the firsr re fit. http://coachpainting.info/bs381c.html PETER

dual speed controller advice by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
the delay look's like one Is not set crectly to nutral I make a short extension lead up with the red wire taped up that way you can plug the speed controlers In with there bec BUT one at a time when they are both set then plug both In with the short extension In one lead, much easeyer to set them up leave the mixer out till both are set then put the mixer In. I found this the best way and have set a few up , not used the astec but used the ACt-something one and the very goood hunter one. Peter

48" Crash Tender by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
you can watercool outrunners by cooling the mount, when they heat up and you stop running the heat wells towards the front of the motor so does need cooling ,good motor, are you fitting two ? hear are two watercooled In a 46" boat belonging to a friend during tests, the extra wires are for the data recording and gps

crash tender by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
I have the fast modual In one of my 9c's no problem with range In a boat Peter

crash tender by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
I use two futaba 9cs and the newer or last of the 9c and have never flown one uses the JetI system 2.4 with feedback and the other uses the futaba 2.4 modual , plus several smaller futaba 6ch sets all 2.4 and a few of my old JR 40mhz sets converted to 2.4 but never needed the extra bits to set up brushless controlers. peter

crash tender by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
Dave M WHY do you need (exponential and end point adjustment together with dual rate) we never have I have run several different types of brushless speed controlers and set up plenty In boats for people all you may need Is end stop agustments. peter

crash tender by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
a single drive with a thumper from overlander (when they get them back In stock) will go well also as I poste on Mayhem twin motors make the go very well the first run was recorded at 22MPH without a sinle tweek or swop of props on cheap Giant cod motors. so they go well , Ill find the model number of the thumper. peter

Fairmile D by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
Thanks peter

Fairmile D by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
very nice , what scale Is It? and where did you get the bullets Peter

Sea Breacher by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
will you bring It to New Brighton when the Illegal swans go on the lake, there Is a sign saying no feeding swans but old F*rts come along wirth several loaves of bread and ruin It for the boaters , 😭 not like there Isint a lake for the swans 50ft away, 😁 so I think It Is one of the best things I have seen In boating for a long time and I wish I could build one. 😛 Peter

Smoke generators? by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
if you want a small 12/24 Inverter global village do one that Is small allso If you look on ebay there are hundreds I got a couple and had them tested by an electronics expert, he put them on a scope under load and set he was very suppriesed how good they where, also some of the voltage regs that step down from 33v to 3,3v variable they where very stable

Smoke generators? by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
You would be atomising any bacteria that Is In the water and blowing It In your face http://www.btinternet.com/~ringwood.canoe/Weils.htm. the less contact you have with pond water the better Peter

46' Vintage RAF Crash Tender Re-do. by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
sorry I hadent spotted the pictures of the Inside It seems to be a 600 type motor with brass blocks to watercool around the brush gear the speed controler Is very good just change the motor to a 900, you can get them on ebay from "Lukethemonkey" they are a bit tatty looking but are the same batch as are being sold for 3 times the price. If you email them they will give you the price for your boat, they DO sell them and have done for some time.or contact http://www.lesromodels.co.uk/shop/product_info.php?products_... they sell the kit and will sell you a fitting kit but I would PM the chap who Is on hear at the Vintagemodelworkshop. Peter

46' Vintage RAF Crash Tender Re-do. by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
that first post should have read M4 or M5

46' Vintage RAF Crash Tender Re-do. by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
it's www.vintagemodelboats.com that sell the fittings you need and Barry's lettering who do the stickers

46' Vintage RAF Crash Tender Re-do. by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
if you can fit the running gear first as If It Is very old It Is sometimes a good Idea to change to a M4 shaft and tube with new bearings also fit and try the motor that way you are not damaging the outside fitting motor mounts etc can you post a picture of the Inside and people on hear may be able to help Identify the motor, the fittings are not a problem these days as there Is a chap advertising them on hear and they are made as the originals where made also you can get the correct stickers when you are ready, If you are going to change motor go brushless you can still use any type of battery with them and they are more efficent. Peter

New Aerokits now available by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
Please say you are going to do the 40" pt boat , It Is one I built when very young er nearley 50 years ago and never got It sailing properley (because of the poor Ic motors of the day ED Racer) and would like to put twin screws In It (or triples) the 34 " fire boat you are bringing out are you doing a twin screw version? Peter

Fireboat & Suction (pick-up) Hoses by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
Okmthanks for that look forward to seeing It my small one that Is twin screw Is the same It rolls on to the deck nearley.good job It Is twin screw or It would stop moving 😯 Peter

Fireboat & Suction (pick-up) Hoses by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
have you got any pictures or vidioes of the boat sailing. Peter

range safety launch by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
looks good, where do you sail Peter

well deck by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
they are long springs with heat shrink,the ends where turned from brass. the springs can be bought at POlly/Bruce eng http://www.pollymodelengineering.co.uk/sections/bruce-engine...

Mast-RAF Crash Tender by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
these are the plans from the full size boat they may help Peter

This Is a John Smith boat by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
Nice to see you on hear welcome Peter

Northern Modelling Exhibition by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
http://www.meridienneexhibitions.co.uk/our-events-detail.php... NORTHERN MODELLING EXHIBITION Friday 2 March 2012 to Sunday 4 March 2012 NEW SHOW This Is a showcase exhibition for the North covering all aspects of modelling with support from a wide range of specialist suppliers and national and regional clubs. Make a note In your diary now!

by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
No It's ok I have his details, I am going to use him for my next build.every one I have heard who havbe use them are very happy I spoke to him at Haydock, seems a nice bloke I hope he gets plenty of work. Peter

by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
who did the cnc/waterjeting? nice big model by the way, far to big a build for me Peter

46" fire boat by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
Just a note about the speed controlers, at the time It was hard and expensive to get high powed speed controlers, so these where moded by Instead of the one fet It had four and they where water cooled, at the time they would take any motors you chucked at them Bulers 700bb pimans drill fan motors etc. Peter

46" fire boat by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
I use electronize units and have for a very long time,note the cover that was the norm years ago, this boat was fitted with trin 700bbs but because of the weight (a lot more than an Aerokits) It just had a big fan tail, these got It up on the plain with a Gel sell so nicads would have Improved It dramaticly, but at the time 1400 or they may have been 1700 scr's sub C where about as good as they got. so a 4.8amp dry cell was used I tried D type but they just got hot (so did the gell) but I got them for free at the time, It made a good steering boat, It was fitted with a Hunter mixer and was fun to play with, felt like a cheat on a tight coarse. HA HA. Peter

46" fire boat by Peter HS93 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 7 years ago
this boat was built over twenty years ago, It was a Norstar kit so very similar and for a 1/12th kit It's just a bit bigger,anyway hear are some pictures If you want any more Info just get In touch or PM me. peter