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  1. Aerobert

    Project X

    Congratulations on your very own buggy @BuggyDad. It looks great, very impressive work!
  2. Yes, I was surprised to see the clear gearbox and the red and green gears. I've already had a Mad Fighter which I've sold and that one had the Black gearbox/axle housing. Good luck with your project, currently I'm also customizing a Mad Fighter shell to build a modern version of it on a modern chassis.
  3. Currently I have several projects to complete and still have a M-06 waiting to be build. So for now it will stay unbuild.
  4. My first vintage NIB kit. A 58275 Mad Fighter. Not the holy grail, but I really like this model and it was a complete bargain...
  5. I'm looking forward to this and will buy / build one. After several TT-02 I want to build something different.
  6. Maybe the Tractor driven by a bear...? Source: tamiyabase.com https://www.tamiyabase.com/tamiya-models/58601-58601 It has almost the same chassis as the VW wheelie van.
  7. As the title says I'm looking for stickers for the Mad Fighter, especially the lettering for the wing. If someone has a sticker sheet, also an incomplete one or just fragments and is willing to send to Germany I would really appreciate to get a PM. Thanks.
  8. It seems that this radio doesn't have a model memory. Therefore it's not possible to safe different settings for different models. You can still use it for several models but it could be possible that you have to bind the receiver in the different models every time you switch between them.
  9. Nice find. I would start with the Bullhead as it shares the chassis with the Clod Buster and parts shouldn't be a problem. Start with getting the manual if it is not there. Then start to disassemble the truck, rate every single part and screw and make a catalog of parts which needs to be replaced. When I restore a car I always try to refurbish as many parts as possible and only buy new what is not salvageable. It's hard to say what it will cost as the overall condition is the main factor. Good luck with the restoration!
  10. Blitzer Beetle: Front - 34 mm - 50601 Rear - 47.5 mm - 19805917 50601 is also used by TA03F all around.
  11. Dirt Thrasher: Front / Rear - 48.5 mm - 9405617
  12. TD4: Front - 49.6 mm - 19804293 Rear - 47 mm - 19805917
  13. Same for TD2 Aluminum Damper Set TT-02B / DF03: Front - 41.5 mm - measured on part - no part no. Rear - 53.3 mm - measured on part - no part no. DT03 CVA damper set: Front - 30.9 mm - measured on part - no part no. Rear - 46.2 mm - measured on part - no part no.
  14. You definitely should be. I'm following this build from the beginning and I'm really impressed by the effort you've put in here. The result up to now was worth it. Can't wait to the finished car. 👍
  15. Some nice dampers, x-rings and a driver figure for a project.
  16. The improvement is definitely worth it. The costs depends on the servos you choose and the mounting solution. I had two generic 30 kg servos and a self build mounting bracket on mine. That wasn't that expensive.
  17. Here's a link. I think that these are the bars: https://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_model.asp?cid=74352&id=13616
  18. Such a lovely car. Your work is incredible!
  19. I would go for both. It increase the turning circle considerably. Tried that with no luck. So I moved on to the servo on axle mod and was happy with it. Meanwhile sold the truck.
  20. I thought about that too. Especially as someone mentioned the Porsche 959 in connection with the XM-01. That would be nice. But did that happened in the last years? Were they present something new on the last day of the fair?
  21. Are you looking for this? https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&opi=89978449&url=https://cdn.simba-dickie-group.de/downloads/300045030/300045030_EXPEC_SP_27_MHz.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwiAwueZ9_ODAxW37rsIHX_sCsIQFnoECAwQAQ&usg=AOvVaw2J2XRrBMd1-s5dxFprZ0Co
  22. How about the Jconcepts 9 shot? https://jconcepts.net/9-shot-22-rear-wheel-4pc Comes in different colours.
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