|Product Name||The Complete Marine Radio Control Manual|
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|Long Description||Now in paperback, this popular manual thoroughly explains all the technical details modelers need to fit and operate model boats with the sophisticated radio control equipment now on the market. Author Hugh Bright first details the equipment needed-transmitters and receivers, servos and electric motors, batteries, and other power supplies-and then explains how their equipment can be modified and employed to serve various functions. Whether a modeler wants to simply propel a small tug or add fire-fighting equipment, control the braces of a five-masted barque or fire the torpedoes of a model U-boat, the techniques for installing, modifying, and operating the necessary equipment are fully explained. Filled with more than one hundred fifty illustrations, this book is a "must" for all working model shipwrights. 127 photographs. 34 line drawings.|
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