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  1. I an new to modelling and into Tamiya Trucks and trailers. I purchased a 14 Channel Carson controller as the shop advised it would be easier to control an MFC03 unit. The truck (Scania R620 Highline) is kind of working, going forward, backwards left & right. But under the impression that the toggles on the controller can be configured to control turning on of lights, indicators, horns etc. I have seen a you tube video of someone using a smaller channel Carson controller. But I cannot work out how to do this? In fairness when I try the sequences with the sticks, that does not work either. Any ideas or are there any other instructions on the web that I could follow? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
  2. After having built a few Scania R470/620s, I've decided to make a P340/380. The main difference between the R and P series in the cabin height, the R-cab, (being the premium body) is taller and offers more comfort and space. I've modified an existing R-cab to a P-cab, and converted it to a low-roof. Main visual difference is at the upper front grill. The R-cab has 3 rows of horizontal ventilation, while the P-cab has only 2 rows. Showing the 2 trucks side-by-side: