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  • #106703
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    raven62raven62
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    Build Report will start soon.

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    My D90 will start at the Eifel Scale Trophy in May.
    So today I‘ve made a long trail to check whats broken over the last long break.

     

    Conclusion: All things going well and a Friend of mine  takes a really nice Pic

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    Regards

    Ralf

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    raven62raven62
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    Hi,

    a quick build for the Eifel Scale Trophy in April. A Tamiya 3-Door Pajero based on mst-cfx.

    Tires: 1.9 Dick Cepek Fun Country

    Winch: RC4WD 8724

    Motor: 35turn brushed

    ESC: Hobbywing 1080

    Transmitter Receiver: Servonaut

    Interior: Loops

     

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    The old Body with new plotted badges

     

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    Improvement of the steering. The shown maximum will be restricted on the transmitter but can be used by click of  button due to the given trophy-trail.

     

    After

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    Before

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    Cables-cables-cables

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    The winch rope will be guided by a copper tube to the front . The big winch is proper for winching but way too big to mount at the front.

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    Turned some heavy brass-links

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    Actual step: Implement the interior parts from loops.

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    Regards

    Ralf

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    very nice

    #106797
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    raven62raven62
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    Today was a long Day in my cave.

    The EST has only a few rules. Interior with a Driver is one.  Unfortunately the battery and the Interior have a space conflict.

    But there is a way. 🙂

    Two of this tubs of .3mm aluminium beside the frame are the solution.

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    A saddlepack was born.

     

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    Now I have space for Interior and  I’ve found a nice coloured carpet.

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    Same color for the winchrope. Bending the coppertube form back to front was the next work.

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    British Number Plate and left hand driver? It’s a import-car 😀

    Followed by some decent makeup with Molotows Chrome Pencils

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    The Driver takes his seat

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    Last doing was adding the Lights.

    At least a little Posing with my Trailer and the Mahogany-Boat.

     

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    Principally the Rig is now ready for the EST.  Some testdrives will follow….

    Regards

    Ralf

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    raven62raven62
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    Last part of this quick Build is the replacement for the tedious Sparewheel cover.

    A mobile fish preparation desk. 🙂

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    Regards

    Ralf

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    Cripes, those brass links are beefy!

    Nice mod on the steering and at least you’re not like most anglers saying you catch massive fish – that chopping board should be fine for the tiddlers…

     

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    uk_andyuk_andy
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    Those brass links look like they could do with a bit more of a chamfer to stop them catching as much.

    #106817
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    raven62raven62
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    Hi,

    these links doing their jobs very well since years under my d90.

     

     

    Regards

    Ralf

    #106819
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    AvatarRetrocosm
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    Love it Ralf.  I really like these Pajero bodies and your fish preparation desk is great, at first I thought it was a Top Gear style toilet 😉

    I’d love to attend the EST, I’m sure you’ll have a great time!

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