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Steam engine Mk2 - Posted: 4 years ago by hammer
mdlbt.com/16899   >> Permalink
Mk 2 engine running on air. will be Installed In model of Kingswear Castle, one day. Again running on low pressure. The gear centre of crank runs 3to1 In gear on paddle shaft.

Duke of Devonshire - Posted: 4 years ago by hammer
mdlbt.com/16898   >> Permalink
My own design double acting twin oscillator. Running under steam for the first time. Steam pressure down to 5psi. By the bench on the floor a derelict fire boat, re build one day. Installed In Duke of Devonshire.
Response by figtree7nts on the 3 years ago
Very nice steam engine!

OSCAR - Posted: 4 years ago by Northumbrian
mdlbt.com/16761   >> Permalink
Video taken on the Q2 Lake by tommy3917 (TALL TOM)

Lorraine B - Posted: 4 years ago by tommy3917
mdlbt.com/16637   >> Permalink
My first build added nets and radar since video, like to video In slo mo think It looks cool
Response by Northumbrian on the 4 years ago
Tom
keep away from the fishing lines
Response by tommy3917 on the 4 years ago
HI Peter47 thanks for the nice remarks, still cold In Northumberland, busy with a Coble hope to get sailing again soon.
Response by Peter47 on the 4 years ago
Used to class my self as Northerner (Manchester area), but realised awhile back when re-visiting Shopping centre near the Angel of the North, (I used to be a storeman Driver for a fridge company, covering from mid wales to Glasgow In the main), that to you I was a Southerner. Keep my eye out for your Coble, trying to convert a plastic model of a 1/35th scale ItalerI Vosper MTB to r/c, the kids got me at Christmas, got running gear together, but other things keep cropping up, but In no rush :-).

IC 16M - Posted: 4 years ago by Sashaloki
mdlbt.com/16584   >> Permalink
Scratch built. 1:16 Scale. All data researched from Internet.
3D CAD modeled.
IC 16M Is a swedish 15.9m. Aluminum Coast Guard Boat driven by 2 800HP Jet'Drives. Max. Speed 50 Knots. Builder: Dockstavarvet.
Model constructed of all glued ABS 1.524mm (0.060") sheets. Deck details under construction.
Powered with two 28mm. Kehrer Jet Drives. 2 Swang Hobby 1200 KV brushless motors 2 90A Seaking ESC 5S / 18.5V - 25C -5000 maH LiPo Hyperion Battery.
Weight Included 1 Bat 4300 gr.
Running at Mazenod Road Pond, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Oct 19th -2014
Jagged video because of stabilized feature from Youtube.

H.M.S Fearless - Posted: 4 years ago by DennisRobotham
mdlbt.com/16571   >> Permalink
Launch day at Needham Market lake . Great turn out for a great boat , weather was kind 😊
Response by Aeronut1 on the 3 years ago
Thanks Den.

Jim
Response by NeilHodson on the 3 years ago
Jim, there is a small map on www.gippingvalleymodelboat.club
Response by Aeronut1 on the 3 years ago
Thank you Neil.

Jim

Gordons Tradition - Posted: 4 years ago by Northumbrian
mdlbt.com/16091   >> Permalink
Toms twin brother who I hope will also join us on the Model Boats Forum

Drifter Meldia - Posted: 4 years ago by Northumbrian
mdlbt.com/16090   >> Permalink
my mate Toms Drifter his 1st build I hope to get him to join Model Boats soon so he can share In the vast amount of knowledge on here
Response by DennisRobotham on the 3 years ago
HI Northumbrian, a nice model of the drifter, full of character.. well done Tom and his twin brother.Good luck with joining a model boat club.



Dayno

Sea Queen - Posted: 4 years ago by Northumbrian
mdlbt.com/16089   >> Permalink
Aerokit Sea Queen I built this about 10yrs ago sold It by chance It made Its way back to me this year In a sorry state so It has been given a full overhaul and runs like a dream

PERKASA - Posted: 4 years ago by Northumbrian
mdlbt.com/16088   >> Permalink
built from a kit powered by twin brushless motors two 4c lipo batteries two 90a watercooled esc,s & twin brass props It runs a dream
Response by Northumbrian on the 4 years ago
thank you all for you comments I am busy building another Perkasa I picked the kit up for £60 I just could not resist It
Response by Sandy on the 4 years ago
that Is a cracker of a boat you've got there Northumbrian, the wake from the stern on the turn Is so realistic also the prop turbulence.I bet It shows a fair lick of speed In fast motion too 👍
Response by Northumbrian on the 4 years ago
Thanks Sandy It Is seriously fast two 1400kv motors running on 4c 5000mah lipos 90a watercooled esc I have just sold It as I am nearly finished building another Perkasa with the same running gear the deck fittings & armaments are from Battlecraft I will post some pictures soon regards Bob


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