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  1. There are plenty of very detailed 934 RSR build threads on here; green ones, black ones, red ones, kit ones, bits ones, 236mm ones... So this won't be a hugely detailed step by step, but more the specific points that may be of interest, and I found either interesting or challenging (or both!) when converting a standard 236mm TA02-SW to 230mm wheelbase, making it in theory a better fit for the 230mm body shell as originally intended for the 30th Anniversary Vaillant 934 This build started out as this 84431 40th Anniversary Jagermeister Kit
  2. Folllowing dusting down my old Taisan Starcard Porsche TA02SW I used to race in an indoor track (stock car) some 20 years ago, I want to give it a new lease of life with a focus for some off-roading. Ideally I want to retain some of the original aspects and not spend too much but struggling to decide what is the best route to go to get good ground clearance and can attack some jumps...! Current thoughts are: - TA02T Ford150 (which I understand perhaps maybe a relatively easy conversion) - truck style, but looks like it can handle some bumps - Manta Ray / blazing star (?) reminds me of my Madcap days but unsure where to start converting this (also understand chasis needs changing out as well) - TA02 rally spec, though it seems the rally cars don't achieve great ground clearance and thus not good on grass/bumps and small jumps Some advice/thoughts would be appreciated. Once decided I can then try and work out what I need to order to crack on with my rebuild!! p.s. found this some other threads related to this but nothing specific https://www.tamiyaclub.com/showroom_model.asp?cid=48983&id=2193 https://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/index.php?/topic/89225-%C2%BB-the-definitive-df01ta012ff01-wheelbase-guide-%C2%AB/&tab=comments#comment-744136 https://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/index.php?/topic/70837-help-from-ta02-experts/
  3. Hey guys, I'm looking for a very good condition (can be used, just not cracked or scratched badly) set of silver plastic gearboxes from a TA02SW Taisan Porsche. I already have black, red and soon blue gearbox parts but I still need the silver ones and I would like to use them on my TA02 M-chassis conversion I bought from Japan recently. If you have a set, please let me know
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