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Bernard Osborne08/05/2007 18:23:00
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I have built CVA01 Furious, huge Aircraft Carrier (8ft)powered by 3 x 10amp motors and need a speed controller which will handle this amperage. Does anyone know where I might purchase from?

Bernard Osborne
John Slater13/05/2007 14:19:00
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Hi Bernard.

You cannot go wrong with Electronize Speed Controls.

I use them in all my projects including my 2.5m (8.2 ft)long aircraft carrier Guiseppe Garibaldi (see May 2007 edt Model Boats)

You can now buy electronize on-line at www.electronize.co.uk

Best

John Slater
stoogie20/05/2007 10:52:00
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agree john. i have one and have had an excellent run with it
Walter Theaker20/03/2008 09:17:00
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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

mick27/03/2008 17:31:00
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hiya bernard

i have just bought a esc from ebay for about 20 quid its 110a forward and 40a backward

it does the business  for me and it came with a deans connecter and shrink sleeve

the only thing i  found wrong was it had the old type tamiya plugs on the must be cheap

overseas  you have to wait a week but the wait was worth it  hope this helps mick 

Manxman27/03/2008 19:50:00
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Hi Mick,

I think I've seen these on Ebay, are they from china / Hong Kong ? - I've heard on other forums they have very poor slow speed control, have you tried yours yet ?.  Because of this I've just bought 3 Msonics at £36 each.  Would like to know how you get on with yours for future builds.

Cheers - Ken

mick27/03/2008 20:16:00
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 hiya manxman

they come from hong kong i have not tried mine yet but will let you know how they

go for future builds  i am going to use it on my 60 s  launch to power an 850 mfa

motor which is water cooled working off a 12v 7amp battery what other forums

have youread  about these esc please  thanks mick 

Manxman28/03/2008 18:12:00
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Have a look at Model Boat Mayhem - I'm sure I've seen a number of replies there.

Ken

Andy Hustler22/04/2008 23:59:00
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Bernard i'm building a Leander class Frigate in 1/72,roughly !!!,can you give me any advice or tips on sourceing diffrent objects,sound generators,smoke etc ny help advice most apppreciated.

many thanks Andy.

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