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Old 03-12-2013, 10:03 PM   #166
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awesome thread.
Thought I'd add one of my cars that I have not seen on the thread yet.
This might be quite rare in North America.
but it was a commercially available kit, this one being a very complete original example.
I'll do another pic with some more detail soon, but thought you might get a kick out of trying to either remember or guess what this is !






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Old 03-12-2013, 11:28 PM   #167
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anyone out there know the size of bearings i need for my 941 active's clutch bell? it is the blue one in the picture, the older bmt 2 speed bells in the picture are to large for the 941 and standard 5x10x4 bearings are alittle to big see picture, when i tap them in to seat them correctly the outside case of the bearing cracks. so im thinking a 5x10x4 flanged bearing might work but im unsure. as you can see i spent alot of money on the other clutch bell's only to find out they dont work with the car im restoring.

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2 5x8x4 flanged bearings did the trick, better than new... jesse
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Another one that needs some special attention.
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:47 PM   #169
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It's a Dynamic Chassis rare as chicken lips
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you don't mean my pics do you?
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Old 03-23-2013, 12:22 AM   #171
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No sorry it was another posting on page 9
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I think yours is an early Tamiya
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Old 03-23-2013, 12:31 AM   #173
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Just purchased this little beauty it will look choice beside my Kyosho Super 10 sports car
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Old 03-23-2013, 12:41 AM   #174
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This is a Kyosho Super10 which is bigger than a 1/10th but smaller than a 1/8th beautifully built and in great condition. I'm still looking for a couple of parts mainly the spring mounted body clips..
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awesome thread.
Thought I'd add one of my cars that I have not seen on the thread yet.
This might be quite rare in North America.
but it was a commercially available kit, this one being a very complete original example.
I'll do another pic with some more detail soon, but thought you might get a kick out of trying to either remember or guess what this is !






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Looks like the first Lectricar to me. Battery position and radio box is typical for this car, on the chassis and bumper Im not sure if its original or homemade.
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If Im not mistaken that is a Kyosho F-Ten. But it certainly belongs in this forum!!

Nice.


I have the Formula One Body and the GT One body for this chassis. Lookin for the chassis. Here is my F-Ten that I sold. Love em!
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Looks like the first Lectricar to me. Battery position and radio box is typical for this car, on the chassis and bumper Im not sure if its original or homemade.
yes indeed !
I think chassis and bumper are original.

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This is my original Nitro RS4 but there's not much original about it anymore. It has been heavily upgraded with HPI's aluminum, carbon fiber, and SS goodies all around. This was my first nitro car. I've had others over the years but sold them all. This is the only nitro I have left but after reading this thread, I wish I had kept my Super NRS4. The NRS4 has been sitting on the shelf for a while and I cannot allow that anymore. It must run again! I'll be taking it to the LHS here shortly to make that happen.

Edit: It's alive!!! It fired up with minimal effort and ran great. Cost a bit though. Needed fuel, tubing, filter, new glow driver, receiver and 6V pack.
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