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DAVE ABBOTT revisits the Revell 1:72 scale Flower class corvette

Max Cormick11/02/2015 11:41:56
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hi, Guys,

May be I wrong the sub-forum place

I read the " H.M.C.S.Snowberry"by David Abbot

He is speaking about an RC KIT ( see photo2,3) and I would like to have more infos about so I will be able to order the same items

Is ther anybody who can help me?

for instance:

propeller shaft: article n.......bla bla bla

rudder.......

and so on

It is my first model thank you

regards

Cobby

Colin Bishop11/02/2015 12:48:15
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Cobby,

Dave mentions in the article that he sourced his items from S.H.G. Model Supplies

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Download their catalogue and you will see that they offer a radio control conversion kit for Snowberry. That will have the items you need. Best to contact them first to ensure that the components are available and get the latest price.

This is a very popular model for R/C conversion and there are various build logs etc. on the internet if you do a search.

Colin

Max Cormick11/02/2015 15:12:42
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thanks

I asked and I'm waiting for

anyway is possible to know how long is the prop shaft in that kit and which diam,?

I understood that prop is 4mm diam. M4 for instance

regards

M.

Colin Bishop11/02/2015 16:20:01
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There is some more information here:

**LINK**

and here:

**LINK** where it mentions that the propshaft is 6 inches long.

Colin

Max Cormick17/02/2015 15:36:13
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I found :

Propshaft DD 6

and 160-05 Brass Power Prop 3Bl-40-R-M4

are they correct?

Max Cormick17/02/2015 17:01:25
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I mean:

Deans Marine Kyte motor


6" prop shaft with oil filler -->Propshaft DD 6


3 bladed brass prop ----> 160-05 Brass Power Prop 3Bl-40-R-M4


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.

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