Bis Testing

Bis Testing
djranier, Jun 5, 2018
    • CURT
      Wow... that is an interesting battery setup. Class 6 7 units. LOVE the aft setup. Very very nasty. Salute from your Canadian Bismarck.
    • CURT
      I forgot to mention I love that fiberglass deck. I am planning to get that deck for my TIRPITZ .
    • djranier
      Its only 6.5 units, the forward gun is only 25 bb, 1/2 unit. Which is allowed under the new rule that passed last year.

      Charlie made the deck for our new Bis at BC, so we do sell it. It has 9 of the 10 amp cells, with 3 of each wired in series, and the 3 groups of 3 in parallel. So a 10 volt system, with 30 amps capacity. i already had the 10 amp batteries, picked up a few more. Got enough for 3 swap outs. But without the pump on, its only drawing 3.8 amps right now. So I think the transmitter battery will die before the boat does. Batteries weigh less than 7 pounds.

      Going to run it more like a Scharnhorst, let people chase me, and just use the side-mounts for defense. Dual, dual's in the stern on either side will make people pay for sure. Late in a battle when others are out of bb, then run in with full sides and hammer them.

      I'm not happy with the excess battery jumpers, but not much else I could do.

      Guns are all tested, ran 100's of bb's through them. Came up with a new way to mount the magnet on the "T", will never fall off.
    • CURT
      @djranier Excellent . I hope you can get video of it in action. Be great to see it in motion battling with this setup.
    • Admiral Where Did He Go?
      what type of batteries are you using?
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