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78Triumph

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    old brit bikes, star wars, skateboarding

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  1. Yes I did. I learned you could use it on paint at the tamiyabase forums.
  2. Sure no problem! I'll PM you this afternoon.
  3. I've used it on hard body paints for color sanding after working up from 1000g thru 2000g sand paper. It works well, and a little bit goes a long way.
  4. I took my Defender out for a trail ride. Untitled by Joe, on Flickr Untitled by Joe, on Flickr
  5. Range Rover classic body kit. Lots of parts and small screws. I built one of those Axial raw builders kit chassis to put it on when it's done. Sorry Tamiya. Untitled by Joe, on Flickr Untitled by Joe, on Flickr
  6. Just a few local hobby shop pick ups. Untitled by Joe, on Flickr
  7. Thanks for the responses. I know BECs are pretty cheap, i think I'll start adding them to my cars just to keep my bases covered.
  8. I've never used a BEC on any of my cars or trucks. Should I be? Is it all dependent on servo current draw? Should you use them in any certain situations and not others? I suppose a google search could answer my questions, but I'd like to hear first hand accounts if you have any. Cheers!
  9. And when is Tamiya gonna get with the times and include the freakin' bearings in the kit!?
  10. I tried that too and it still doesn't work. I'm out of ideas. Maybe it is Firefox?
  11. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/UaHu0e3tCVk" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  12. Siouxsie and the Banshees the Chameleons Echo and the Bunnymen the Verve Spritualized Spacemen 3 the Smiths
  13. It's only cropped on this these forums. Youtube, Scale Builders Guild forums I post on, they all play it normally with no cropping.
  14. If it was sub 200 I'd consider it, but by the time you replace the stock tires to you're getting close to SCX-10 price range, or you could go sx-10 raw builders kit for 46 bucks less. Tamiya can do one thing better than most companies, they can produce some really nice hard bodies with tons of detail. For some reason they like to hold out on us. I'd gladly pay anywhere between 250-300 for the CC-02 IF it came with a nice ABS hardbody. A lexan Mercedes body just doesn't cut it.
  15. Tried filming a few more laps with my camera mounted to my transmitter. The strange cropping of the video is sort of annoying.
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