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Member postings for Walter Theaker

Here is a list of all the postings Walter Theaker has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Multi motor
27/03/2008 20:02:00

thanks Ken

your right I don't need to use all 3  however it is now nice to know how they work.

thank you angain

do you have any info on WWII MTBs 

27/03/2008 19:11:00
can any one help fitting more than one elec moter? if three fitted one left oneright turning propswhat about the center one? or can they all turn the same way? how many speed controllers? what size mottors and props for a 37" M.T.B? and do I have to fit three rudders? help please
Thread: Speed Controllers
20/03/2008 09:17:00

can any one help fitting more than one elec moter? if three fitted one left oneright turning propswhat about the center one? or can they all turn the same way? how many speed controllers? what size mottors and props for a 37" M.T.B? and do I have to fit three rudders? help please

Thread: Temp building boards?
01/12/2007 11:32:00

does any one have any info on Doug Rushmer and his method of building by fixing frame sections temporalily to a building box.  As plan 63foot motor anti/submarine boat RN coastal forces

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