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  • #16
    Originally posted by He Who Shall Not Be Named View Post
    The 2.5 'standard' SD is ideal for the 1/96 STURGEON.

    David
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    • #17
      Originally posted by DMTNT View Post

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      Ha! That was too easy!

      Bob's your guy. Meanwhile, I'll put a 2.5 'standard' in the rotation.

      David
      "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"

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      • #18
        21 January 2019

        The 2.5 'standard' SD is ideal for the 1/96 STURGEON.

        Would that be?
        SubDriver - 2.5" OD - Single shaft - 1:96 models
        SKU: SAS25SWM1
        17 long x 2.5

        Or

        SubDriver - 2.5" OD - Single shaft - 25.5" length - 1:96 Skipjack
        SKU: WTC-25-96SJ
        25.5 long x 2.5

        Thanks
        Ernie

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        • #19
          Think there must be some kind of mistake there, would expect the shorter WTC to be for the Skipjack, and also for the Sturgeon.
          DIVE IN! Go on, go on, go on, go on, GO ON! http://www.diveintomodelsubmarines.co.uk

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          • #20
            Originally posted by SSN687 View Post
            21 January 2019

            The 2.5 'standard' SD is ideal for the 1/96 STURGEON.

            Would that be?
            SubDriver - 2.5" OD - Single shaft - 1:96 models
            SKU: SAS25SWM1
            17 long x 2.5

            Or

            SubDriver - 2.5" OD - Single shaft - 25.5" length - 1:96 Skipjack
            SKU: WTC-25-96SJ
            25.5 long x 2.5

            Thanks
            Ernie
            The SWM1 has a short battery space, so that SD limits your run-time per charge. The WTC-25-96SJ is now cataloged as, SAS25GP.

            The SAS25GP (general purpose) is a single shaft, high torque SD that has the ballast tank capacity and battery capacity to handle all but the smallest and biggest 1/96 r/c model submarines. The SAS25GP is what you want







            David
            "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"

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