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Lee1075

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About Lee1075

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  • Birthday 10/21/1975

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    From E.Sussex now in Duisburg Germany
  • Interests
    1/35 Military models, Tamiya RC, 1/87 lorries and WoT.

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  1. Not much going on lately, mainly due to work stuff. After Friday I've got two weeks off, so i hope to get the SD1 finished. On another subject, a nice chassis arrived today for the Princess Di RS Turbo project A like new TA03F David Jun..... Never, ever used
  2. Something a little special arrived today. Never used, like new .
  3. Fantastic work @toyolien Had 100´s of hours of fun myself using photo etched parts, back in the day when i built 1/35 military vehicles.
  4. A small parcel from Japan just arrived A New, never used TA03F PRO Carbon chassis plates set and something a little different, that i had never seen before. A Tamiya rubber, new from the early 90´s in the box art of my 58096 Celica. For 1€ i couldn't say no
  5. New tyres arrived, so i quickly fitted them. These HPI Pirelli tyres look so much better in my eyes. Got the shell cut, sanded and set the ride height. Looks okay to me, now to start designing the rear stop sign. Then i can drill all the holes in need in the shell and finally start painting.
  6. Fitted a set of HPI Pirelli tyres to my SD1 project, looks so much better now with those tyres. Also got the body cut, sanded down and the ride height set.
  7. If it´s sent as a gift you wont .
  8. Managed to get a bit done on my SD1 build. Completed the base and outside of the light bar as much as i could, still missing some black lines to divide those compartments up. I´ve got some Kyosho line tape for that, but i will have to wait until my sticker set arrives. Glued some silver foil on the inside using shoe goo. Spent some time on the electronics as well, the light bar can be switched on / off, cycled through or a light mode can be chosen. The siren can be switched on and off, finally the rear red and blue SMDs for the STOP POLICE sign work. They can be switched on or off. Everything can be on or off at once, or each one can be switched separately. Well happy with that, even if the radio gear setup did confuse me for a while . Made a video of it all working, "Beware headphone users, the siren is quite loud"
  9. Managed to get a bit done over the weekend. Base V3; completed. Made a few small adjustments in its design, printed then sanded and painted using Testors chrome on the inside. Four M1.6 nuts superglued into place which lets me screw the internal chipset down. Still missing some black lines to divide those compartments up. I´ve got some Kyosho line tape for that, but i will have to wait until my sticker set arrives. Glued some silver foil on the inside using shoe goo. Spent some time on the electronics as well, the light bar can be switched on / off, cycled through or a light mode can be chosen. The siren can be switched on and off, finally the rear red and blue SMDs for the STOP POLICE sign work. They can be switched on or off. Everything can be on or off at once, or each one can be switched separately. Well happy with that, even if the radio gear setup did confuse me for a while . Made a video of it all working, "Beware headphone users, the siren is quite loud"
  10. I suppose that depends on the tyre / wheel size? All in all it took me around 45 minutes. I let them boil up once and just kept the water hot enough to not boil over.
  11. I did the same as you, watched a few YouTube videos and exactly the same thing happened to me a few days ago, two wheels completely melted away within a few hrs. After that i tried the boiling in water method, worked perfect.
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