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New Build: Tamiya Porsche Turbo RSR Type 934 Black Edition

Old 03-17-2018, 11:09 AM
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Today I started building the Tamiya Porsche RSR Kit for review. I'm going to build it stock to begin, then likely do another build with upgrades later. Section A of the instructions is complete and covers the rear differential and motor assembly. Organizing the parts and pre-reading the instructions made Section A very easy.

On to Section B -- more to come. I still have to decide on my electronics. More to come and I will have an official RCTech review when I'm finished.

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Old 03-18-2018, 11:07 AM
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SECTION B

It's here I build the front differential gears and housing. It's simply one page in the instruction book and 3 steps, taking only a few minutes to complete. I am noticing the philips-head screws are not a size any of my screwdrivers fit well, so I am being careful to not strip them.
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Old 03-18-2018, 11:51 AM
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Heading into Section C to connect everything to the chassis.
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You should get JIS screwdrivers.

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Originally Posted by LJH
You should get JIS screwdrivers.

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That's not a bad idea, and I have thought of doing this in the past. Maybe it's time.

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