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    and session length News Mayhem now also on FaceBook Home Help Search Calendar Login Register Model Boat Mayhem Forum Warning Only registered members are allowed to access this section Please login below or register an account with Model Boat Mayhem

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  • Q & A - GLYNN GUEST plan, for the beginner
    Logged bluebird Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 7 949 Location South shields Re Q A GLYNN GUEST plan for the beginner Reply 30 on August 07 2015 06 29 48 PM Hi ya David May I ask you to err on the side of caution as when increasing the size of models from Plans and altering the builds you can run into all sorts of problems Maybe not so many problems for an experienced builder but for a person who is relatively new to the hobby personally I would advise you to build this model as it straight from the Plans and this would enable you to see how the model goes together how you actually fit up the power drive chain and so forth Whereas what you are asking to do which is quite possible to do you can start to run into problems When you start to diagonally plank like you want to do and also increase the size of the model you will have to begin to think about putting extra support in e g stringers on the sides and on the bottom these are strips of wood to support the diagonal planking in the middle of the planks Basically this design for this model doesn t lend itself too readily for doing this So that is why my suggestion is to stick to the plan size for the model and minimise the problems that you are going to create for yourself If you are really into this type of style of model the Marine Modelling International Magazine last month did a free plan for an RAF Rescue Launch which I believe Stavro is building This is an actual twin motor model and it looks a very interesting build but built of a similar style as Glyn Guest Also a while back the same magazine did a free plan for a Vosper MTB semi scale and this one is the same as the Airfix MTB is When you have built your skills up you then possibly may go on to building from plans such as Vic Smeed s plans John Pritchard s plans Have a look at MyHobbiesStore at the style of plans and also have a look at the MasterClass build and you will see an Air Sea Rescue Launch which I built and diagonally planked Also if you do a search you will come across the RTTL which I built This is also diagonally planked Hope I haven t put you off too much and dampened your spirits but good luck with what you choose Last but not least going back to the Glyn Guest MTB you can really add a lot of detail to this model and make it look something really nice Do a web earch on the MTB aye John Logged bluebird Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 7 949 Location South shields Re Q A GLYNN GUEST plan for the beginner Reply 31 on August 07 2015 06 32 22 PM http www myhobbystore

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  • FAIREY SWORDSMAN - A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS
    SWORDSMAN A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS A Bluebird Masterclass Build Pages 1 Go Down Subject Started by Replies Views Last Post Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Martin Admin 171 38 951 November 04 2015 05 00 21 PM by bluebird THE FAIREY SWORDSMAN A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird bluebird 24 21 467 March 23 2008 09 57 22 PM

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  • Q & A - Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird
    Posts 98 Creativity is contagious pass it on Location Norwich UK Re Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird Reply 160 on May 03 2015 08 48 06 PM Hi John Thanks for that tip reasonble price to What battery pack would match with this hardware not lipo as a young lad will be using what size Nihm would be right Regards Glyn put your earmuffs on Just realized that it was your Build Class that I followed Top Rate stuff Logged bluebird Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 7 949 Location South shields Re Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird Reply 161 on May 04 2015 06 12 15 PM Hi ya Glyn Normally I use 1 x 7 2 4300 mAh Ni MH battery pack which lasts a good say to be truthful if I keep me finger off the accelerator 3 4 of an hour that is constant running I normally take 2 or 3 battery packs down to the lake with me As you know us modellers spend more time talking that we do sailing so the boat spends more time just drifting about the lake when she is in the water Aye John Logged Glyn Roberts Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 98 Creativity is contagious pass it on Location Norwich UK Re Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird Reply 162 on May 06 2015 09 20 19 PM Hi John Thanks for info I ordered a 7 2V 4300 or thought I did and got a 3000 Will the 7 2V 3000 be OK or should I reorder I decided to veneer the boat deck as you did but cheapest piece of veneer was 20 so I planked with Bass for 5 Regards Glyn Logged Tug Kenny Global Moderator Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 6 917 Location Newport S Wales Re Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird Reply 163 on May 07 2015 09 28 24 AM You will have lost 1 3 amps so the run time would be less As a matter of interest you could see if you can get a 5000 amp hour battery for even longer run time The size of the battery should be the same but the cost will rocket ken Logged Despite the high cost of living It remains popular Glyn Roberts Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 98 Creativity is contagious pass it on Location Norwich UK Re Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird Reply 164 on May 07 2015 02 04 34 PM Hi Ken Thanks for that info now I understand the meaning of the numbers I can make an informed decision Thanks with regards Glyn Logged Tug Kenny Global Moderator Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 6 917 Location Newport S Wales Re Q A Swordsman A PLAN FOR BEGINNERS by Bluebird Reply 165 on May 08 2015 10 46 05 AM My pleasure As a matter of interest the Chinese are producing a 7000 MAmp battery

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  • Bryan's Northumbrian
    Search Calendar Login Register Model Boat Mayhem Forum Masterclasses Bryan s Northumbrian Pages 1 Go Down Subject Started by Replies Views Last Post Northumbrian 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Bryan Young 220 39 149 April 02 2011 04 58 55 PM by Bryan Young Q A for Bryans Northumbrian Martin Admin 0 1 205 October 27 2010 07 21 31 AM by Martin Admin Pages 1

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  • "Northumbrian"
    to a C W refit in 1966 7 in Immingham I refuse to be drawn on my reactions to Immingham and Grimsby circa 1966 except to say that at least one of them was well named Bryan Logged Notes from a simple seaman BarryM Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 1 633 Location West Lothian Re Northumbrian Reply 209 on April 20 2010 10 56 31 PM Quote Perhaps I could be a new Icon for the UN Diversity integration and multi culturalism and so on Now I m reaching my allotted Seven Score and Ten maybe being cast in bronze not while living could serve as a warning or inspiration to other idiots who wish to look at miles and miles of water and observe some of the wonders of nature Bryan Unquote Bryan Perhaps you could have your collected thoughts bound in a little Red Book all same Chairman Mao start a fashion for uniform thermal underwear start swimming the Tyne on your birthday and promote a much overdue Cultural Revolution in Geordieland Posteriority would remember you Possibly for lunacy and hypothermia and confiming many peoples views of Geordies but you would be remembered Barry M PS I m not convinced that Flora has departed by the way anyday now news of a Second Coming might account for a certain shaking of the ground Logged MikeK Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 924 UBC UTTER BL00DY CHAOS Location Fareham Hants Re Northumbrian Reply 210 on April 21 2010 09 31 00 AM Quote from Bryan Young on April 20 2010 10 55 40 PM Mike I m ashamed for you The reference was to a C W refit in 1966 7 in Immingham I refuse to be drawn on my reactions to Immingham and Grimsby circa 1966 except to say that at least one of them was well named Bryan Thanks for that Bryan I have just been searching back in the Strange but True thread in an attempt to enlighten my still baffled brain re refitting in Immingham and discovered that for some reason I had missed your early tales from March 2008 when you started the thread to July of the same year when I chipped in concerning the Tidreach Now an hour later and still not caught up I have to abandon absorbing reading in order to get showered and dressed Still non the wiser about whatever I am ashamed about but grateful for being directed back to missed reading Many of the other places you mention besides Ming Ming that is evoke memories of similar visits I spent six weeks on a tramp ship at Montevideo anchorage discharging coal where you ran her into the mud at the start and she floated off as she discharged At least that was what I was told as a lowly apprentice who only scrubbed the place matters navigational on the bridge were not for the likes of me The bits of Graf Spey were still visible then also but it was your mention of the smelly mud that triggered the memory The old brain is still dragging bits as I write just remembered making friends with a beautiful girl there who s father was a cook on the Graf Spey and had settled in Montevideo she took us back to meet him and it resulted in an invite to an opera performance They wanted to show off their new British Officer friends and asked us to wear uniform You can imagine that a Cardiff tramp wasn t really into dressing up in such finery and it resulted in a tarpaulin muster back on board to get three of us in something close to M N uniforms fortunately they seemed to be happy enough with the result A close inspection would have showed many brushed out mould patches from damp wardrobes Remember the light bulbs wired in to the bottom to stop everything turning green Enough off for a shower Mike Logged Martin Admin Administrator Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 14 391 Location Peterborough UK Re Northumbrian Reply 211 on October 27 2010 07 28 04 AM Bryan s Northumbrian promoted to a Masterclass by popular request Logged This is my firm opinion but what do I know Mayhem FaceBook Group cloggie Guest Re Northumbrian Reply 212 on March 19 2011 07 51 02 PM Quote from Bryan Young on April 12 2010 06 33 58 PM Shipwrecked nice comments thank you I ll tell you a little story about the show if your e interested The 2009 show the first didn t supply as many tables to TMBC as had been promised and so all our boats ships were crammed up sisde by side with really only the bows of the models visible Not very pleasing to either the entrants or the visiting spectators On the assumption that the same thing would happen again this year many of us at TMBC reduced their entries to allow more space For myself I was only going to enter Northumbrian as opposed to the 4 or 5 models I generally send to shows Other club members did the same So on the friday before the show opened when we took the models it was more than a bit of an eye opener to discover that we had been allocated a huge stand so really we could have shown more models without them being crammed up In normal circumstances the club hires a big van to transport the entered models For reasons that I won t go into the van didn t materialise so club members had to transport their own boats in their own cars This obviously put a bit of a limit as to what could be transported As I said I had only entered Northumbrian but as Baroda was already in the trailer where it lives I dragged that along as well When I got to the venue I thought how sparse the stand looked and so Brian brian c sort of coerced

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