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1/96 Romeo - Wherefor art thou?

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  • Turning radius is decent and like David said it moves well! Is there a difference in turning radius between port and starboard?
    If you can cut, drill, saw, hit things and swear a lot, you're well on the way to building a working model sub.

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    • It is quick. That video is the second one that I made whilst sorting out the bow planes - hence the speed. This is the first, and slighly more sedate version. https://youtu.be/y2C3tft2Guc

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      • I'm not sure if its asymetrical or not Tom. It turns a lot tighter than shown on the video. I'm going easy on the rudder mechanism until I get it dialed in completely. That dam is bloody deep and its still quite cold so I'm avoiding a swim right now. The dog however, has no such inhibitions.

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        • Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named View Post
          Speedy little thing, and damned good depth-control on display there. I've re-thunk the motor bulkhead for your ZULU SD, will get on that today -- sorry about the delay.

          David
          No drama with the Zulu SD. Hope that you are feeing better.

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