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Thread: Wiring a boat for beginner
18/11/2013 14:51:39

Hi Dave

My Husband is slowly working through the excellent diagram.

Just one query how do you connect the speed control to the wire from the motors?

Thanks

Harry/Margaret

03/11/2013 10:08:56

Thanks for the diagram

Will try it out later

Harry

02/11/2013 19:25:48

I have the receiver complete with crystals

02/11/2013 15:43:53

I do have a Futuba 2ER radio that I was hoping to use on another project [if I every get there]

Harry

02/11/2013 14:25:53

The Wires from the receiver to the servos are Black/Red/White.

Would I be better buying a new radio control?

Edited By Harry Jones on 02/11/2013 14:26:51

02/11/2013 12:48:45

Hi

thanks for the reply

It is that long since it was used not sure why there are two servos.

Esc is Mtroniks viper marine 25.

Radio is Sanwa GC2200

Harry

02/11/2013 12:28:36

Hi

I have a model RC boat HMS Invincible and I am trying to get it running again after about 20 years of standing idle

What I need is a simple diagram to connect the wiring. I have two 6v motors, a receiver, a esc, two servos, battery pack and a 6v 10amp battery

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