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  1. Hi mates, some time ago I bought the relic of a TR-15T from a mate to use as a donor model for my Dyna Blaster. The look of the TR-15T always actracted me with that white roll bar, I must admit, but I never liked GP models. On contrary, I always hated them. Smell, noise, dirt, smoke... no way. Once received the box with all the parts I started to clean and to assemble them to have them all together and not free to get lost. Anyway, this TR-15T started to grow in me and now is officially another project to restore. The purists will beat me but my intention is to covert it electric, I'm sorry. I always liked the variations and I consider this model a variation of the Dyna Blaster so it worth to have some cures. Also the reversed gearbox is very curious. The model was not complete, it missed all the engine, the tank, the radio gear, the wheels and the body plus a numerous minor parts missing. The top deck was not the FRP original one but has been made with an aluminum plate. All these are minor problems. My plan is to create two new chassis plates, finish the research for missing parts and complete the restore. Missing parts: - Body. - Stickerset. FOUND IT - BK1 6 x 1.5 mm spacers (under the steering columns) x1. FOUND IT - BP4 Gearbox subplate (need a Hi-Def scansion). Thanks, Collin. - Avante/Egress (25 mm long) columns x 4. FOUND THEM - D4 Rear shock tower brace. - D5 Bulkhead. FOUND IT 3D PRINTED - F1 plate FOUND IT - F5 Bumper FOUND IT - BF1 6mm gray ball connector x 1. FOUND IT - BF6 & BF7 Front & rear roll bars. - BJ4 Damper mounts x 2. FOUND THEM - BJ5 Stabiizer ball x 4. FOUND THEM - BJ7 Ball collar x 3. FOUND THEM Can you help me? Concerning the conversion I'm planning to custom draw the chassis plates and let Fibre-Lyte to realize them. Another solution could be a Dyna Blaster bathtub chassis. Another problem is the motor mount and I have two solutions: 1) Keeping the original 0.8 mm spur gear with open cover and create a separate motor mount for the electric motor. 2) Use a Dyna Blaster 0.4 mm spur gear and the Dyna Blaster spur gear cover that close everything. In this case I must realize a motor mount plate that is specular to the Dyna Storm/Blaster one and screw the motor on. This is a long term project as all my projects. Max
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