Ober Freak wrote:Hi Cyril,
The Robbe Seawolf / Conrad Electronic Sharcon (same kit) would be a good start in subs, it's cheap, easy and a reliable dynamic diver (or later with static conversion). But its hard to get by now, with a little luck on ebay.
Ober Freak wrote:The Dumas kit is very cheap, but the kit is more a full sphere waterproof surface runner than a sub. You could use the external parts and build your own WTC. Same with the Krick Type VII.
Ober Freak wrote: And you need an old-school MHz system, i think 41 MHz was it in France.
rowhider wrote:I’ve got a proposal from the someone of the French sub forum: Scalesub who sell a RedShark from Arkmodel. I think it could be a good first sub before to improve it with a static ballast system: your opinion?
cheapsub wrote:just googled Brüggen Skipjack WTC, he uses the Engel system, battery powered.
for most wtc system how they work, please down load the free Steve's dumb ass book.
i am drying up here, anyone, jumps in.
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