Midwest Naval Combat Club schedule

Discussion in 'Midwest Naval Combat Club' started by froggyfrenchman, May 12, 2012.

  1. pba

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    thats what we do
     
  2. notSoGnarly

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    You guys are only 8 hours north of me. I'm a fastgun guy down in GA. Do we know anyone who has converted a ship from fastgun to your treaty rules to play? I've skimmed them and it doesn't look terribly different, I'd just want to be in spec for that pond.
     
  3. bsgkid117

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    I would be game to crash a treaty battle with some poorly converted IRCWCC ships, I have very close friends in Ohio :laugh:
     
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    Yeah man I figure why not? They are closer to me than yall's pond. Plus my home office is in Dayton so if I ever have to go up I'm going to try to run into the OH treaty crowd.
     
  5. NASAAN101

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    Are first battle is in May,.
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    We have had a couple of fast gunners battle with us. Ship construction is nearly identical, so the stuff below the balsa skin would not need to change. Pumps are based on GPM capacity rather than an orifice size so your pump needs an ESC that you can adjust. Speeds are also different, so an ESC on the drive motors would take care of that. Fishtail rudders are not allowed, so changing to a standard rudder might be needed. The last major difference is in guns. If you have really hard hitting guns you may need to de-tweek them so that the BBs don't pass through a piece of 2" foam.
     
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    My dad was asking, the speeds and pumps are basic on the real ships right??

    Also, do I have to have namba to run my convoy ship?
     
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