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Sales, Wants & TRADERS => Whats in the box? => Topic started by: DickyD on July 26, 2007, 11:42:51 AM

Title: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: DickyD on July 26, 2007, 11:42:51 AM
1:72 Revell Flower Class Corvette.

Deans Marine Kyte motor
6" prop shaft with oil filler
3 bladed brass prop
Marine 5 speed controller
7.2v nicad battery pack.
Universal prop shaft coupling
Existing kit rudder bonded to smaller rudder with resin
Futaba 2 channel radio.

Runs 3-4 hours at slightly over scale speed.

Link to build:   http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=1272.0

                     http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=1878.0
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 26, 2007, 07:26:38 PM
Graupner Sydney Star

scale 1:200

Length: 1150mm
Beam  : 140mm

Motor: Graupner speed 500E - (main)  / Graupner Bow Thrusters C/W Speed 400
Propeller: 35mm M4 - Kit supplied.
Propeller shaft - Kit supplied.

Speed Controller - 3x Viper 15 Mtronix
Battery 1x 6v 12AH Yuasa Lead Gel type

Rudder : Robbe 40x45.

Radio Gear: Futaba 6ch,
Run time: 7 hours
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Tug-Kenny on July 26, 2007, 08:40:17 PM
Model Slipway,   Anchor handling Tug/supply vessel - AZIZ

Scale 1/48

Length                       1105mm
Beam                           248mm
Displacement                13.5 Kg   ( 29 lbs )

Twin motors           550 type  6-12 volts
Robbe Bow thruster          6volt motor

Twin shafts & props 40mm with Kort nozzles  supplied in Kit by Model Slipway

Twin Rudders                       on one servo

Speed controllers  3 off,       20 amp Mtronics

Electric panel with 5 fuse holders, on-off switches and Led indicators

Battery         Sealed lead acid  6 volt   (several sizes of amp/hours)

Extras         Two fire hoses with water pump.  Steel towing 'H' frame

                   16 lights in cabins and masts. Miniature colour LED's

Radio gear   Futaba Skysport 6.        1800 M/amp/hrs battery

Servo controlled lights, or water hose, controlled by switch on TX

Rotary switch on TX to control rotating switches on boat. Not connected to anything yet.

Construction time     7 months

Run Time              1 Hour

Link to build pages ......   http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=3072.0

A very worthwhile project, instructions easy to follow.
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: J.beazley on July 26, 2007, 08:59:36 PM
Robbe Schutze Minesweeper

Scale 1/40

Twin motors revell 540 type 6-12 volts input
8inch tubes with Prop shop 35mm brass props
Triple rudders
Mtronics 15amp ESC
Sealed lead acid 12volt / 7.2 volt Nicad
Futaba 4 channel radio gear

Running time (12volts) 3 - 4 hours over scale speed / (7.2volt) 2 hours only just over scale speed.
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: DickyD on July 26, 2007, 09:23:44 PM
Robbe Scheutze Minesweeper 1:40 scale.

Two Robbe motors, two Robbe propshafts and three Robbe rudders all supplied with the kit.

Overlander 50amp speed controller Discharge: 50A forward/20A reverse. Plug in and go, no set up needed.

Two Sitek 40mm 3 bladed brass props.

Two Tornado TRC4300 9.6v Sub C Nimh battery packs.  No need for ballast.

JJC Turbocat sound system [great]

Runs slightly over scale speed.

Dont know run time as batteries have never run down. Have run for approximately 3 hours.

Link to build:   http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=2809.0


Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 26, 2007, 09:50:24 PM
Graupner Neptun

scale 1/87th (HO)
length 760mm
beam 140mm

Motor: Mtronix Vision 400
Speed Control Mtronix marine 15

prop 30mm kit prop M2
Battery 7.2v Nicd or nimh
Endurance: 4 hours with no loss in performance
quite happy at scale speed and will go slightly faster than scale speed

*** FITTINGS KIT EXTRA TO THE MODEL ***
*** REQUIRES ABOUT 1.2KG OF BALLAST WHEN USING NICAD PACKS

(http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/Modellers/Mark_Wilkes/Images/DCP_0017.JPG)
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: meridian on July 27, 2007, 11:15:16 AM
Model Slipway Range Safety Craft (adapted as an MOD Police Launch)

Type:   Fast Launch (Based on Halmatic Talisman 49 hull)

Size:     1:16   oa length 950mm

Motors:   2 x Graupner 600 Ecos

Props:   2 x 40mm dia, 2-bladed

Batteries:  2 x 8.4v 2400ma 7-cell packs

Escs:   2 x Mtroniks Viper Marine 15

Running Time:  60 minutes +

Speed:  Just about scale speed at full throttle
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: cdsc123 on July 27, 2007, 12:34:46 PM
Range Safety Service Vessel 
Scale 1:16 - Length o/a. 950 mm

http://www.modelslipway.com/photo_gallery/Range-a.wall/index.htm
Very nice.

(http://www.modelslipway.com/photo_gallery/Range-a.wall/images/140_4040.jpg)

(http://www.modelslipway.com/range%20safety/range01.jpg)
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 28, 2007, 02:45:37 PM
Robbe Najade

scale 1:15 (suitable for use with Star wars or similar 3+3/4" high figures

Length: 960mm
Beam  : 300mm

Motor: Robbe 710/12 12V
Propeller: 35mm 3 blade Rivabo (comes with 40mm 2-blade plastic prop, eew!)
Propeller shaft - Kit supplied.

Speed Controller Proboat Tornado 50 (with 20A reverse) (will take 7.2 - 12v)
Battery 2x 9.6v Nickel cadmium type 1900mah in parrallel / 2x 9.6v 3300mah Ni-Mh parrallel

Rudder : two rudders kit supplied

Radio Gear: Futaba 6ch,
Run time: 15 - 20 mins (less if you REALLY crank it up)

Moderated, posters own najade hosted
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 28, 2007, 03:50:36 PM
Nichimo Yamato battleship

scale 1/200

Length: 52"
Beam  : 8"

Motor: 4x MFA 385
Propeller: 25mm m2
Propeller shaft - Kit supplied.

Speed Controller - 2x Viper 15
Battery : Yuasa lead acid gel 6v 4.5AH

Rudder : kit supplied

Radio Gear: Futaba 6ch,
Run time: 2 hours

(http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=381.0;attach=3455;image)
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Stavros on July 28, 2007, 08:01:00 PM
Sea Queen
Length 48ins
beam 12ishMotor water cooled MFA 850Shaft 4mm prop 55mm 2 bladed from mfa
Speed controller MTronics 20amp
Rudder control Futaba 3003
Batt 2x12v 7amp gell cells
Radio Gear Futaba F16,reciever futaba
Running time on the plane 30mins,half speed ahead 1+hrs
(http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=4493.0;attach=10884;image)


Paula 111 (3)
length 700mm
beam  259mm
Motor as supplied by Robbie
Shaft and prop as supplied
speed controller Mtronics 15amp
Batts 2 x 7.2 v buggy packs in parralel
rudder servo futaba 3003
running time  over 1hr
extras to kit working rear crane by futaba servo,geared mfa motor used as crane winch
Bobs board for motor for winch
Radio gear f16
6channel reciever.
(http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=1269.0;attach=3370;image)

MTB
length 48ins
beam 10
Motors 2xMFA 850
Shafts 2x m5 props 2x 55mm m5 2 bladers
Speed controllers 2 x electronise 15 amp
Batts 12v 7amp x 2  or if I feel the need fro speed!!!! 1
Running time 2 batts 40mins 1 batt 15mins (but oh so fun)
Rudder futaba 3003
radio gear and reviever F 16

RNLI Lifeboat conversion
length 400mm
beam100mm
motors 2xmfa 385
shafts 2x 2mm inc props
speed controller hitech
rudder servo acoms
batt 1x7.2 v buggy pack
Radio gear acoms 2 channel

Happy Hunter
Scale 1:50
Motors as per robbie
shafts and props as per kit
Bow thruster graupener with speed 400 motor
speed controllers 2 x Mtronics20 amp for main motors,1x Mtroniccs 15amp fro bow thruster
1x Mixer from Captainbarry on ebay (well worth the Money!!!)
Futaba 3003 rudder servo
Action fog horn,5ins peaker
Robbie light switcher
2x12v 7amp batts,1x6v,1x7.2 buggy pack
Radio gear f16
reciever futaba 8 channel
(http://i136.photobucket.com/albums/q168/MBmayhem/Wicksteed/Wicksteed_13.jpg)

Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 28, 2007, 08:43:20 PM
Graupner Southampton

yes this is an RTR however it has some scope for reworking to improve her performance

how it comes -
Motor : 2x speed 200 on gear box
drive train pre installed
servo pre installed
radio pre installed 27mhz

recomended upgrade
rudder servo- Futaba S3003 or better
motors - fine as is.
esc's Viper 15x2
battery 1x twin tail AA 7,2v (though 2x AA7.2 under fan tail is ok)
radio 4ch Futaba (R114F)
install V-tail mixer if your radio does not have VT mix on ch3&4

Servo pre-installed is identical is size to Futaba S3003, however despite what many people say about the servo that comes with it, that servo is perfectly capable and has sufficient travel, however when you upgrade, move the control arm to the outermost hole on the rudder  tiller
(http://www.amodelworld.co.uk/images/2037.jpg)
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: MacGee on July 29, 2007, 07:08:57 PM
Glasgow Steam Harbour Tug from Graupner

Graupner 12v Geared motor
Driven by 2 paddle wheels
micro 10 speed controller
12v 7amp lead acid battery
extras
Robbe Mutli switch controlling lights and smoke generator
running lights from kit (not very bright) and light chain from bow to smoke stack
smoke generator from Graupner (need a hole in the  bottom of the bottle so that the fluid can flow)
figures are scale 1/43 from the firm preiser http://www.modellbau-schneider.de/shop/pi1168104692.htm?categoryId=118
welder light is from a guy at work who told me it comes from a fake candle, welding gear is  self made
fenders from model shop (cheaper on ebay)

running time approx 5-7 hours and runs to scale.

running problems she tends to tílt slightly in strong winds as she doesn´t have a very deep keel but looks good on calm waters.

here is the link to my homepage with pictures and 2 films of here on the water  http://mcglinchey.de/44.html
any questions please don´t hesitate to contact me
mark
p.s. here is a film of the details eg lights, figures etc  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAWCCBf_xM8

(http://mcglinchey.de/mediac/400_0/media/DIR_41517/13.jpg)
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: DickyD on August 30, 2007, 09:31:25 PM
Robbe PT15  1:40 scale

Two rudders as supplied

230mm propshaft with oiler tube and fine pitch 35mm 2 blade prop

I used a Deans Marine Kestrel 5 Motor.

Overlander 50amp speed controller Discharge: 50A forward/20A reverse. Plug in and go, no set up needed.

Tornado TRC4300 9.6v Sub C Nimh battery

Futaba Rx

( Did not use recommended motor as the gear box is sometimes noisy went direct drive. )

Thanks,
Richard

Link to build     http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=4789.0
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: portside II on August 31, 2007, 12:17:28 AM
Brakengarth 1:32 scale

single steerable Kort

90mm 4 blade brass prop

MMM Kort ease shaft

MMM type 8 (discontinued) motor 12v high torque

Electronize fr30 esc

Robbie bow thruster fitted with 540 motor -15a esc

fuel pump for bilge pump

two 12v 12ah battery's + 8lb's of lead for ballast

8 ch hitec receiver

run time not known about 20hrs if you can stay awake that long

(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/boatclub0110a.jpg)

very powerful and manoverable tug in the right hands 

link to site  http://www.mobilemarinemodels.com/PDF/Brackengarth.pdf
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Cargo on September 03, 2007, 06:07:45 PM
Graupner Southampton
 
Harbor Tug, like Wyeforce by Itchen Marine  

Motor : 2x speed 200 on gear box

The 27mHz RC was replaced by 40mhz
Batteries replaced by 2300 NiMh
Some instruments fitted into the wheelhouse

Link to more pictures  :) (http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/Modellers/Jan/1ndex.htm)
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Cargo on September 03, 2007, 06:20:50 PM
Maid of Scotland, Mountfleet Models

West Highland Coaster (Clyde Puffer)

Builded by Martin Davis  O0

Scale 1:24
Motor 555 12V, low reving
Rudder
Steamsoundengine from Action
Action twin flicker
2-K Switcher from Action
Smoke Gernerator by Hunter Systems
Batteries 2 x Lead-Acid, each 9AH
Weight: damned heavy, around 10 KG

Length 838 mm, beam 241 mm

Link to the build (maybe in two years he fills it with the rest of the pictures)  ;D (http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/Builds/Puffer_Jan/1ntro.htm)
 
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: boatmadman on September 05, 2007, 09:41:32 PM
1:24 scale steam drifter, scratch build.

12v 7a battery - duration not tested yet but expect 2hrs or so.

Buhler motor, 60mm prop, home made shaft with phosphor bronze bushes.

Electronize esc.

Action switcher to switch on standing lights on 3rd channel. Action twin flicker unit to give oil lamp effect on all lights

Charging circuit installed to allow charging of battery without removal - just plug in and go!

Weight 10kg.
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: Ghost in the shell on September 09, 2007, 01:25:54 PM

Robbe Schnellboot

scale 1:40

Length: 35"
Beam  : 5"

Motor: 3x MFA 380
Propeller: 25mm m2 x3
Propeller shaft - Kit supplied.

Speed Controller - Robbe 30A
Battery : 2000mah Ni-cd
Rudder : kit supplied

Radio Gear: 2ch
Run time: untested, estimated 10 mins to 20 mins depending on speed
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: boatmadman on September 20, 2007, 04:26:34 PM
update on drifter:

Had it in the bath today to measure current - 0.5a !! on a 60mm prop on 12v.

That gives a duration of over 12 hours!  ;D
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: boatmadman on September 20, 2007, 06:01:21 PM
Skitzo:

7 cells, speed 480, astec esc
performance and duration not yet tested.
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: explorer750 on February 29, 2008, 06:03:15 PM
SHG shadow

2x 7.2v 4300mah batteries

Graupner 700BB turbo 12V

Electronize 30A esc

Performance and battery life still to be tested.

See http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=7763.0 (http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=7763.0) for build.
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: explorer750 on March 03, 2008, 07:09:56 PM
SHG Shadow update

Performance 20-25 MPH
Battery life about 7mins.
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: tigertiger on March 04, 2008, 03:59:18 AM
As a slight aside to the electric boats.

Mary J Ward - Victor Models
Modified

Hull Length 35", with bowsprit 50", fully rigged with boom 55".
Beam 10.5"
Height - From waterline to top mast 37"
Draft - Hull 3.75", with drop keel 11.75"

This is what is in it.

HITEC HS815BB sail servo
I used this as it is big and has about 23+ kg/cm of torque. For comparison a basic sail arm servo has about 7kg/cm of torque.
It is much bigger but space is not a problem in this beamy model.

Futaba S3003 - standard servo for rudder
I used this as it came in the box with the transmitter.

Attack 2ER Futaba radio
Cheapest 2 channel I could find.

Proposlusion - varies
Sometimes small wind, sometimes big wind.

Speed - somtimes slow, somtimes faster (see propulsion above).

Battery life
TX about 20 hours using regualr Duracell.
RX about 8 hours, unless heavy winds, then 6 hours.

No Motor
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: DickyD on May 19, 2008, 05:40:37 PM
1:40 scale American PGM
Purchased hull and scratch built superstructure.

Deans Marine Kestrel motor

Overlander 50amp speed controller Discharge: 50A forward/20A reverse. Plug in and go, no set up needed.

Tornado TRC4300 9.6v Sub C Nimh battery

Futaba Rx

Futaba Servo

8" prop shaft with oiler and 40mm 2 bladed prop.

JJC Turbocat sound system.

Build   http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=10227.0
Title: Re: Whats In It.
Post by: portside II on September 16, 2009, 09:40:23 PM
Brakengarth 1:32 scale

single steerable Kort

90mm 4 blade brass prop

MMM Kort ease shaft

MMM type 8 (discontinued) motor 12v high torque

Electronize fr30 esc

Robbie bow Marx Ludder  thruster fitted with 540 motor -15a esc

fuel pump for bilge pump

two 12v 12ah battery's + 8lb's of lead for ballast

8 ch hitec receiver futaba 2.4ghz

run time not known about 20hrs if you can stay awake that long

(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/boatclub0110a.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/Brakengarth/boatclub0110a.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/Brakengarth/DSC00094.jpg)

very powerful and manoverable tug in the right hands  i will master it one day

link to site  http://www.mobilemarinemodels.com/PDF/Brackengarth.pdf
modified by portside II
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: Geoff Cropper on November 26, 2010, 11:53:58 AM
    Radio.........Futaba M series, 2 channel Tx with 2 liniar servos, and Futaba Rx 27mhz.    
(http://s3.postimage.org/1qcnuyvus/rsz_1tug_brocklebank_012.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/1qcnuyvus/)

(http://s3.postimage.org/1qczfqbb8/rsz_tug_brocklebank_019.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/1qczfqbb8/)

(http://s3.postimage.org/1qdwih96s/Tug_BROCKLEBANK_018.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/1qdwih96s/)
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: Geoff Cropper on November 26, 2010, 12:31:29 PM
                               Radio.........Futaba M series, 27mhz.
(http://s3.postimage.org/1qlzl2c3o/US_Navy_Tug_ATF_67_Apache_025.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/1qlzl2c3o/)

(http://s3.postimage.org/1qmwnt9z8/US_Navy_Tug_ATF_67_Apache_001.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/1qmwnt9z8/)

(http://s4.postimage.org/rt1hr1us/US_Navy_Tug_ATF_67_Apache_013.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/rt1hr1us/)
Title: Re: "What's in the Box?"
Post by: portside II on November 26, 2010, 11:34:56 PM
one of my latest .
A S.D.M. scratch built hull with two schottle drives ,600 motors
hull ply wood and polystyreen with a pva/paper skin covered with coloured glass resin
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/SDM%20mkII/P1000707.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/SDM%20mkII/P1000714.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/SDM%20mkII/P1000705.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/SDM%20mkII/P1000717.jpg)
(http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u176/darran77/SDM%20mkII/P1000728.jpg)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=modtS8fDpOo

since then i had a little accident with the wheelhouse and had to re build it
daz