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  • BRUSHLESS Motors and Speed Controllers
    Suggestions for a 27 MTB DavidHughes 1 279 January 08 2016 12 27 44 PM by canabus Brushless suggestions for 25 Sea Hornet sigfortunata 4 260 January 08 2016 12 01 54 PM by canabus equivalent brushless motor 1 2 firstperkasa 26 1 040 December 31 2015 05 36 21 PM by red181 Twin motor control Tersane 3 261 December 31 2015 11 19 31 AM by Tersane Micro Gyros 30amp ESCset up andyram 2 330 December 20 2015 03 59 44 PM by andyram Using Extended Propeller Shaft Inner as Motor Shaft Tug Fanatic 16 663 December 10 2015 11 51 58 AM by davidm1945 Can someone please explain this davidm1945 4 393 December 08 2015 09 27 43 AM by Inertia Which Esc for decent slow running control Ultrarep 3 323 December 07 2015 11 55 43 AM by Ultrarep Tornado ESC poll 2 207 December 01 2015 10 08 50 PM by poll water cooling Jacket tobyker 2 252 December 01 2015 12 08 04 PM by tobyker Two Emax BL4030 s lesfac 3 351 November 23 2015 10 05 35 PM by JimG single brushless motor recommendation for 49 perkasa firstperkasa 7 521 November 23 2015 07 50 00 AM by lesfac 1 24 scale Vosper MTB Brushless shadysadie 21 1 927 October 30 2015 03 35 57 AM by gra2 Programming Robbe Roxxy 940 6 shadysadie 4 312 October 19 2015 05 03 19 PM by Time Bandit brushless motors chippie 16 1 047 October 11 2015 09 41 33 PM by chippie Which speed controllers do need timbo 9 744 September 19 2015 07 38 05 PM by essex2visuvesi Emax BL 4030 equivalent MAC 4 277 September 19 2015 10 22 32 AM by MAC 19t KV2030 motor colin stevens 2 314 August 29 2015 05 41 16 PM by colin stevens Motors for Dumas Dauntless 1 2 Glyn Roberts 37 2 101 August 14 2015 11 12 29 PM by Inertia brushless brushed motor equivalent 1 2 U 33 29 3 266 July 24 2015 07 54 52 PM by Subculture Another old Spearfish IanPal 3 650 July 24 2015 01 41 03 PM by canabus 50 sale on brushless motors at HobbyKing kinmel 0 429 July 10 2015 11 40 27 AM by kinmel Leopard 18A brushless ESC problem NoNuFink 2 482 July 05 2015 09 40 26 AM by malcolmfrary REPLACEMENT FOR 540 MOTORS JIM WORNER 6 847 June 18 2015 03 33 50 PM by Tugtower USING BRUSHLESS MOTORS FOR THE FIRST TIME narrowboater 11 1 302 June 13 2015 08 07 14 PM by spearfish99 To reverse or not reverse Tunigy Marine 120A Brushless NobbySideways 13 769 June 11 2015 01 28 51 AM by Plague New modeller wanting to start the right way NobbySideways 11 1 065 May 28 2015 04 32 25 AM by canabus Speed controller cut out at low lipo voltage lesfac 1 370 May 07 2015 09 46 06 PM by JimG smit nederland

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  • Login
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  • Motor & Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB
    as I said this is a setup which gives a good performance without braking the bank Ray Logged My boats are all wood like my head fluctuat nec mergitur boaterjim Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 77 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location gainsborough Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 8 on December 30 2015 11 32 31 PM Hi I got interested in yer blog so what size of motor or motors are to be used and also the wattage Jim Logged sparkey Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 1 232 I think I am as mad as I think I am then I am mad Location wandsworth Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 9 on December 31 2015 07 19 20 AM Forgot to mention that the NTM 500kv Prop drive 42 58 is 1300 watt and the NTM 650kv Prop drive 42 48 is 1295 watt Ray Logged My boats are all wood like my head fluctuat nec mergitur boaterjim Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 77 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location gainsborough Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 10 on December 31 2015 10 15 31 AM Hi thanks for the info very interesting I am trying to find work out the power for a twin motor 48 inch wood fireboat I am guessing that two Ntm 3530 1400kv at 560 watts each will get her on the plane easily 3 cell lipo each What size do you reckon I look forward to you comments Jim Logged Biggles Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 41 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location West Sussex Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 11 on December 31 2015 11 00 52 AM I have since found out that its an Aerokits Patrol Torpedo Boat Thank you all for the very useful information Happy New Year to you All Biggles Logged canabus Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 148 Boats a hole in the water you pour money into Location Tasmania Australia Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 12 on January 08 2016 11 40 34 AM I use the Hobbyking 3639 750kv 600w 3639 1100kv 800watts D3548 4 1100KV 910 watts or 3648 1450KV 1600watts ESC car 60 100Amp Props 40 50mm 2 blade or 37mm 3blade All Hobbyking products These range of motors will power 30 inch plus boats e g MFA Spearfish 3639 1100KV on 3S 5800Mah battery 50mm prop runs over 30mph Logged Biggles Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 41 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location West Sussex Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 13 on January 08 2016 11 46 20 AM Thank You Canabus Logged Biggles Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 41 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location West Sussex Re Motor Esc for 40inch PT109 MTB Reply 14 on January 14 2016 10 19 46 AM Just bought a HobbyKing brushless 3639 1100kV motor HK 100A ESC noticed that the motor wires are all the same colour black how the hell do you

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  • Batteries & Chargers
    Fart 6 516 December 07 2015 10 53 13 PM by dpbarry battery spec advice for my italeri s100 firstperkasa 7 394 November 28 2015 11 48 22 PM by firstperkasa Which LiPo sigfortunata 4 357 November 22 2015 11 18 50 PM by Inertia Battery weight problem TheOldMan 10 539 November 20 2015 08 40 47 AM by w3bby NiMh Maximum Charging Current richald 23 1 097 November 17 2015 09 22 42 AM by Bob K Thinking of buying these SLA s david48 4 389 October 15 2015 11 20 49 PM by david48 Ni Mh ma question TheOldMan 2 380 October 01 2015 07 55 22 PM by TheOldMan Need to change my battery timbo 6 426 September 28 2015 08 15 32 AM by timbo Storing Gel Cell Batteries essex2visuvesi 3 251 September 27 2015 11 43 57 PM by Peter Fitness 6v 4AH Gel Cell bj 5 479 September 27 2015 06 08 07 PM by cos918 Lipo battery info Martin Admin 1 508 August 30 2015 05 38 55 PM by sparkey Lipo charge time bj 1 529 July 12 2015 09 48 16 AM by malcolmfrary Linking 4 12v batteries IanPal 23 1 540 June 08 2015 09 25 40 AM by sparkey In situ charging sockets david48 12 1 396 June 06 2015 07 53 17 PM by Southern Sailor question on lipo batteries help please ian mccaffrey 2 565 May 14 2015 11 41 34 PM by ian mccaffrey Needed Smallest size for best run time TugCowboy 1 349 May 11 2015 03 20 05 PM by malcolmfrary LiPo Conversion rnli12 8 725 May 02 2015 03 03 18 PM by rnli12 Q re batteries for a large J boat model Marty Feldman 5 632 April 29 2015 03 41 39

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  • Why do I ever get 'normal' problems? Help please
    tiny bit of power until a switch was flicked Why a lipo I can hear They hold charge and they are lightweight and they have the discharge capability to power a brushless motor I thank all you guys for trying to help me and I apologise for the headaches BUT what is obvious to you guys is sometimes very confusing for people with no understanding of electrics Nowhere on my BEC instructions does it say when supplying 6v from this BEC you will need more than 6 5v or it will stop working and only maybe power 1 servo It does however state that it works from 4 8v up to 26v Now I ve seen a device which plugs into a 12v cigarette lighter in a car and changes it into enough volts to power a telly and thought maybe a BEC works similar to that Now it s me who s at a loss because I can t understand why anyone would plug a fully charged 6v pack possibly charged to 7 5 v into a receiver that could blow if over 6v is plugged into it BUT at the end of the day I m still happy very glad of all your help and still learning the black arts Now if any of you guys need any help building I ll be only too glad to help Thanks again until my next electrical problem A happy U2 size Logged Unsinkable 2 Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 482 It ll look better when its finished Location France near Guerande Re Why do I ever get normal problems Help please Reply 10 on March 26 2016 10 28 21 PM Hi Malcolm I had to google the difference between BEC and UBEC and I could only find that the U on UBEC meant ultimate and was just a gimmick to help sales Please correct me if I m wrong I wouldn t know other than looking on google for stuff I have no knowledge of I couldn t find the difference between BEC and normal BEC how can I tell if my BEC is normal or not All I can say with confidence is that the number of volts going into the BEC is about 2 3rds of what its maximum is and it works fine and I m happy and thank all you guys who have helped me U2 Logged Umi Ryuzuki Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 742 Location PDX OR USA Re Why do I ever get normal problems Help please Reply 11 on March 26 2016 11 34 38 PM There is a slight difference between U and u and μ The first two being the upper and lower case of the letter U The latter being the symbol Mu or μ It is often used to represent the word Micro In the case of μBEC it sometimes means stand alone BEC A stand alone BEC is often rated to convert higher voltages to power your receiver and servos They also are often set up to provide higher amperage through the system Most standard BEC on speed controls will supply 500mah to 1000mah Stand alone BEC are often designed to be more efficient using a switching circuit to avoid burning off extra voltage as heat and will also supply 3000mah 5000mah through the cirucuit Also the suggestion for running power directly to the winches and plugging only the signal wire to the receiver is another good way to run high power servo without drawing that power through the more sensitive receiver Logged Models and Miniatures Unsinkable 2 Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 482 It ll look better when its finished Location France near Guerande Re Why do I ever get normal problems Help please Reply 12 on March 27 2016 08 44 20 AM Umi thank you very much for taking the time to explain in terms I can begin to understand I don t claim it will all stay in small allocated space in my brain labelled electrical knowledge but I m sure some will stay there So I imagine that my original setup of four winches going through a normal BEC ie a BEC inside an ESC was only providing 500 to 1000mah This meant not enough power was being provided to power them all and subsequently only 1 servo would work and plugging in a second servo caused too much electrical draw and resulted in a problem Someone suggested a stand alone BEC would sort out my problem so I bought a stand alone BEC and powered it with a 6v receiver which was initially charged up to 7 5 this worked for a very short time but then the receiver kept switching off and on For someone who doesn t know about electrics ME at that time this was just a variation on the original problem Now that I have 12v going in and the same stand alone BEC it means that there is enough power going in and the BEC provides 3000 to 5000mah which is enough for my servos Wow I actually get it and I can now see why it wasn t working It ll also help me with future builds Again thanks to all who have taken the time to help I hope that by writing it out like this may help some others who don t understand the black arts U2 Logged malcolmfrary Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 4 531 Location Blackpool Lancs UK Re Why do I ever get normal problems Help please Reply 13 on March 27 2016 09 44 04 AM Strictly speaking there should be a difference between U u and µ in this context but in all probability it depends on what the guy writing it can find on his keyboard The chances so far are that if it does have one of them before the BEC it will be a switching type with low power loss rather than a linear type that dumps waste energy

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  • Painting, Finishing and Care.
    Mixing tonyH 8 400 February 17 2016 08 23 44 PM by tonyH Car plan grey brushing Cellulose primer Biscuit 4 304 February 16 2016 10 23 39 AM by Biscuit Halfords rattle cans Norman Castle 13 651 February 16 2016 07 04 24 AM by Norman Castle Finishing my Oseberg Viking ship stevep80 9 347 February 14 2016 07 44 40 PM by grendel My last question about paint hopefully Norman Castle 8 425 February 08 2016 11 13 04 AM by canabus How NOT to fill Hande 4 472 February 04 2016 05 33 43 PM by Brian60 Using Hi Build Filler Primer Spray Paint as a Final finish richald 5 324 February 03 2016 09 47 13 PM by richald House latex for filler Hande 11 553 February 02 2016 10 51 04 AM by Hande Acrylic over enamel Norman Castle 7 326 February 01 2016 09 00 13 PM by Arrow5 Hull the border between the base and the antifouling Hande 2 199 January 29 2016 04 41 21 PM by Hande Brass paint AlanP 12 554 January 27 2016 08 31 34 PM by AlanP Touching up spray paint help boathound 2 233 January 27 2016 07 35 17 PM by boathound Bespoke vinyl decals Inertia 7 360 January 16 2016 06 29 37 PM by essex2visuvesi decal removal wicker 9 582 January 15 2016 05 05 13 PM by wicker Paint and boat stand 1 2 pipster 48 3 094 January 12 2016 05 01 28 PM by smudger1309 identifying paint cos918 5 493 January 07 2016 04 35 06 PM by cos918 Air Brush Clean Up Help Landlocked 6 362 January 04 2016 11 26 42 PM by Landlocked Air brush Captain Flack 3 328 December 21 2015 06 54 08 PM by

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  • primer on brass
    fall off somehow I must learn to paint in thin coats it s diffcult for me plus I had the possibility to postpone the painting of the actual build It s like the white paper syndrome of a writer Logged Trial and error doesn t spell failure right Hande Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 198 Dream being fulfilled after 40 years Location Espoo Finland Re primer on brass Reply 27 on April 23 2016 07 12 38 PM I will report on my experiment to the bitter end for the enjoyment of those that are interested I got the U Pol Acid 8 Thanks again E2V etch primer Sanded Degreased Primed the props and their hubs with the spray can Primed portholes and bollards and drop stoppers by brush The portholes were glued on already so I couldn t sand them or wouldn t rather The drop stoppers above the doors are of copper They were sanded but still the primer didn t adhere well Maybe when the etching kicks in it does I learned from the source that Stan posted thanks Stan that etching will happen after the primer has dried Although the instructions of the product that I use say that curing will take place in less than 20 minutes i found it takes longer than that I may have had unnecessarily thick coats according to instructions 2 coats would be ok But indeed when dried the primer has stuck pretty well The primer seems to stick Logged Trial and error doesn t spell failure right essex2visuvesi Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 6 148 Location Finland England Finland Re primer on brass Reply 28 on April 23 2016 08 24 23 PM I don t know if you have underfloor heating in your wet room but I find it a

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