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  1. For my FAV bug build I bought what I thought was an articulated 7 inch terminator. It turns out that is only partially true. His head, arms are and even his right leg twists in two places the one bit that isn't is his hips!!! I want him sitting down in the car so will have to perform surgery.. My question is what is the best way to cut. Chicken drumsticks or wedges and bend and fill? Or something else. He is made of quite hard plastic so cutting should not be difficult. I have most forms of cutting implement including an electric fretsaw. Any ideas would be appreciated. I know some of you are whizzo with photoshop etc, so perhaps somebody could draw in some suggested cut lines. Am away on holiday for a week so please don't feel I've ignored any suggestions just that I'm not taking the Internet with me!!!!!!
  2. Tamiya Blitzer with Brand New Staduim Thunder Body. Chassis has hardly been used and still in excellent condition. Is fully ball raced and comes with the following: HPI Saturn brushed motor Hobbywing 1060 Brushed ESC Alturn High Torque servo Brand new set of Blitzer tyres and White wheels Skid plate to the rear to protect the chassis Stadium Thunder Bodyshell, Not cut, no marks and all the decals and window masks £125 & Price includes UK postage Many thanks Neil
  3. Hi, I'm new at the club. I bought about two year ago a Blitzer Stadium (a release maybe). Since then I have modified many things on it. Looking on Internet to find new thing to do on the truck. My fun is to find what is cool on recent RC cars and try to reproduce on mine. I have already: installed front and rear carbon fiber shock tower with homemade aluminium parts upgraded the shocks (aluminium) upgraded suspension arm shafts (basic) removed some plastic of the chassis. Lower now replaced most of the screws ... I have modified many parts. So if you are interested to know the parts that I used to upgrade the blitzer, fell free to comment. Hope you will enjoy my first pictures. I will list soon all the modifications on the truck. Glob356
  4. Hi Guys, I have some steering parts that I want to use on my Blitzer Stadium but I don't have the aluminium mount (see pictures). If you know the number or code of this part (to fix the arms at the chassis) please comment. It will be really appreciated. Tks Glob356
  5. Hi, I'm new here. This is the project I'm working on, it's a Blitzer Beetle body mounted on a rally set up TT-02r chassis. The front body mount is a modified Blitzer Beetle mount, I cut out the centre section so I could bolt it to the uprights. I have the chassis set to increased ride height & short wheelbase plus I've shortened the front track by replacing the front ~9mm hexes with 4mm hexes and fairly obviously I've fitted rally wheels/tyres. It has a Tamiya 10.5t brushless motor & a Team Powers XPS sport programmable ESC. There's still loads to be done - Replace shocks, not that I find much wrong with the TT-02r oil filled shocks but I want alloy shocks. Replace battery with LiPo. Tidy up body mounts & bolts etc. Now, to paint or not to paint? I really don't know whether to leave it 'ratty' or paint the shell. Perhaps white? With rally livery? Anyway, I've rambled on long enough. Here's a photo of it next to my Kyosho (I was fitting new tyres to) for scale. I think it looks pretty good, any ideas, thoughts, opinions would be most welcome.
  6. for sale vintage stadium blitzer original upgraded lrp esc for lipos, upgraded motor, front alloy c-hubs comes with receiver and transmitter, just put a battery and run it SOLD
  7. Hello wonderful people, I have been lurking and reading/learning/envying a while but now I need help lol The Mrs and I got each other blitzer beetles for xmas (woop) and I was intending on putting a brushless set up in mine. I went for one of these, as it was in my toolbox for some reason http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__41130__Turnigy_TrackStar_Waterproof_1_10_Brushless_Power_System_4000KV_80A_UK_Warehouse_.html Got it set up and with a two cell lipo, however I'm getting serious cogging and the power seems somewhat delayed. Its set up with a 13t steel pinion (recommended lots on here thank you) Any suggestions on getting the cogging sorted? Might be worth noting that if i hold the car off ground it doesn't cog but the power delivery still seems off somehow. Thanks!
  8. Hello Hello Hello, Hi, Ok I have just decided to build a second Tamiya model car and following on from my Lunch box (which has had a lot of mods), I have decided that I want SPEED... Krazy speed... So the plan is go nuts! I reckon up the voltage, start with a camel hump NIMH (yeah 11.1v LIPO would be sweet but expensive) probberly 8.4v or 9.6v mixed with a quicker brushed motor 14t Losi motor if it can handle the volts. An Etronix probe ESC could handle 8.4v and shouldn't mind a Losi motor. Another plus is both are cheaper then standard Tamiya 27t stuff. Well maybe not. Shocks, I may just see what I can get out of the Tamiya CVA's but will have to be firmer for roads, also I have some lunch box springs going spare. great if you want very hard suspension on CVA's. Obviously need a 2.4 Ghz radio but that's a must on any car in my opinion and a Mr T driver. Tyres.... Ok I'll get back to you on tyres. This could take awhile as I do have a real car to keep on the road and a GF to keep happy, shall be an on going thread, if any one has any ideas, advice or just wants to see how things are going please post away. Ando
  9. ... has not the rear window? Please can you confirm this? If you have the possibility to choose between full windows at 15 Euro and windows withour rear one at 10 Euro what you will choose? Both nib. Thanks Max
  10. When I put together my Blitzer Beetle, as I mention in my showroom I used the chassis from my runner Bearhawk with Stadium Thunder wheels/tires. I'm thrilled with the Blitzer Beetle so I'm keeping it that way permanently. But I've decided I want to get a chassis ready for the Bearhawk body and either make it the way it was - with the big wheels - or make it box art. Well, I snagged an old Bearhawk on ebay for about $20 with a mess of a body - but I just tossed that. Smells of cigarettes and is actually in worse shape than I expected. Gearbox has a big hole in it (not one of the ones meant to be there) and the chassis is scraped up and has carpentry screws sunk into it in odd places. So I may have to take a hit on that and replace a good bit of the parts. Here's my question... When I made up my Blitzer shell it was from a deal I got on the body components. But I'd already collected up all the NIP parts I'd need to build a Biltzer Beetle. Absolutely complete in fact, except no box... I have it in some other box. My question is now that I have a built Blitzer Beetle should I just raid the parts I need for the Bearhawk from the kit, or should I keep the kit intact, wait for a Blitzer Beetle box and plan on adding it to my NIB collection? To complicate matters I already have an extra NIP chassis, and the existing set of wheels and tires, plus many of the parts from the junker Bearhawk are usable. But I'll definitely need a new gearbox, and I might opt for a new set of arms on all 4 corners. To complicate matters, if I raid the parts I'd accumulated what do I do with all the remaining parts? Do I sell them / hold on to them / light them on fire? So - advise!
  11. I'm looking for (even old, worn out) boxes to put my Tamiya junk into. Specifically, Madcap and Blitzer Beetle boxes to put the assembled NIP parts I've been collecting to assemble these 2 NIB kits. I am the Madcap SIG-lord, and yet my Madcap has no other. So I'm at least trying to get a NIB Madcap into my collection, part by part. All joking aside, if you have either of these boxes, particularly if you are in the western hemisphere to keep shipping sane, please give me your box in exchange for money or goods.
  12. All on eBay- http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/giddings1980/m.html?item=321037839438&pt=UK_ToysGames_RadioControlled_JN&hash=item4abf58ac4e&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562
  13. I have an old stadium blitzer I've been slowly restoring into a blitzer beetle with new a beetle body and new body mounts. It has come time for the wheels. I wanted chrome wheels and street tires as used on the chrome edition BB. Searching this forum it has been said they are dynablaster rims.I recieved said rims this morning and test fited, the rears fit fine, the front stock shafts stick out far too much through the wheels. Was there a spacer used on chrome BB to use these wheels? Is there a proper way to mount them? The standard BB uses the stadium blitzer wheels
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