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About supergreg

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  • Birthday 06/24/1974

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    Siegen, Germany
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    R/C, classic videogames

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  1. Hi, looking for a Bruiser / Mountain Rider rolling chassis (with wheels/tires). No electronics/motor needed! It can be used condition, but must be complete and in working order. Must be located somewhere in EUR (I'm in Germany) due to shipping costs. thanks
  2. wohoo! Great info. thanks a lot. Always a good idea to come back to TC.
  3. Hi, I'm looking for a set of decals for the Twin Detonator (58309). item part #9495417 Has the bodyshell been used on later models? I'm particularly in seach of the tinted windows and the front and rear lights. Is there a (very) similar bodyshell with matching deacls? thanks
  4. Hi Jason, you might want to check out my showroom entry:
  5. Excellent built. Just came back to tc to follow this thread.
  6. looks familiar... http://www.rccaraction.com/blog/2011/10/06...10-vw-baja-bug/ http://www.rc-news.de/10/2011/duratrax-vw-...-bug-24ghz-rtr/
  7. To the Android users out there: it detects the 'user agent' setting of your browser. That's why it shows the regular site on some android devices. I use Dolphin browser on my Android phone and in the browser settings you can change user agent to 'iphone'. then it shows the mobile site. would be even better if I could use it without changing the user agent setting.
  8. How come there is no 'official' facebook group? Would love to see faces to all the nicknames here!
  9. I just found out there's also a UK based Conrad online store: http://shop.conrad-uk.com/hobbies/modellin..._1/206407.html#
  10. Hey Jet Hopper addicts! I wanted to let you know I found an easy way to get the press fit pinion off the motor. There's a tool available from Modelcraft that does the trick. it's this one: Here's how it works: The pinion comes off without damaging the motor or the pinion. The whole process takes zero brute force and is finished within a minute. The tool is available from conrad.de here in germany, but I'm sure there's something similar from other manufacturers all over the world. here's the product link: http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/206407/ cheers Kai
  11. RWD indeed. more pics here: http://www.hs-tamtam.co.jp/item-39992.html
  12. done. http://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_model.a...372&id=3226
  13. Just wanted to say I put more pics of my entire Jet Hopper stuff to my showroom: http://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_model.asp?cid=101258 and I did a scan of the manual. it can be downloaded as PDF here: http://www.rc-rally.de/temp/Jet_Hopper_manual.pdf also available as JPG + additional spare parts list: http://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_model.a...372&id=3226
  14. Don't know if this has been posted before: http://www.teamtrf.com/index.php/latest-blogs/ts-201sc.html Before you get too excited, please read the text on Team TRF blog. More pics here: http://www.rc-news.de/08/2010/tamiya-ts-20...t-course-truck/
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