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    ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    ROBBE seawolf built for my friend and he asked for more...
    alright... why not make she a static diver
    just useing a gear pump and a rubber water bag ??
    yes .......that's the way we go...........














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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    Fantastic.

    I like your pump switch

    Where did you get the bag ?
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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive


    ORIGINAL: SJN

    Fantastic.

    I like your pump switch

    Where did you get the bag ?
    thank you for your nice words
    that's where I got my bag
    http://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?21005114387631

    and the Mick's Subworks also provide the bag
    http://www.mikessubworks.com/page1.html


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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    What size bag did you use for the sub?
    100ml (8oz)
    250ml (20oz)
    500ml (40oz)

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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    bag size
    18cm*8.5cm

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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    can i get the plans for the sub and dive systems i really like it.

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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    Where did you get the smaller subs on the shelfs?Neat looking.

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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive


    ORIGINAL: jvaitch

    can i get the plans for the sub and dive systems i really like it.
    sorry no plans for this sub or dive system

    Xin

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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive


    ORIGINAL: AQUASUB

    Where did you get the smaller subs on the shelfs?Neat looking.

    Dave
    that's my scartch build mini sub

    Xin



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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive

    Hello, recent I also brought the seawolf and would like to use your method to make it static dive. But, I have a queston, when keep pumping the water inside, how did you know the water bag is fill full of water?? Because you don't know the bag is full as the hull is sealed you can't see it. If keep pumping the water inside, the bag may explose if full. So, is it necessary to add an auto-cutoff switch which to stop the water pump motor when the bag is full of water or anyother method to avoid this problem???

    Regards, Andrew


    ORIGINAL: epg800

    ROBBE seawolf built for my friend and he asked for more...
    alright... why not make she a static diver
    just useing a gear pump and a rubber water bag ??
    yes .......that's the way we go...........














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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive


    yes ....the limit switch is necessary for safety
    since you can't see the bag inside the WTC but yu can see the submarine from water line
    when she is diving I just take her to the periscope depth never goes too deep

    best regards
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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive



    Thanks for your advise. Can you give me some informations or any supplies which can provide this kind of auto-cut off switches to me? So that I can contact them.






    Thanks, Andrew


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    RE: ROBBE seawolf V2 with static dive



    Hello, I have the 12V lead acid battery available on hand, so I want to know whether can use the 12V instead of the 6V for the Seawolf? Is it too much power for the motor? If can use the 12V,  will also change to use 12V water pump instead of 6V pump, is the 12V pump will too strong for the water bag?



    Also, please advise what AMP speed controller need to use for 12V battery, 20AMP; 25AMP or even higher 40AMP?? Is the AMP depend the type of motor I use?



    Thanks your advise,



    Andrew






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