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Team gazza is ready to run ......

 

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Totally stock, apart from the motor, tyres, gears and wheels

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Team gazza is ready to run ......

 

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Totally stock, apart from the motor, tyres, gears and wheels

 

And the navigator!!!

 

I am running a modified SCX Alpine ( motor change and tuning tweaks etc )

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And the navigator!!!

It didn't come with one, so i had to add one, he's very good!

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Amazingly I have found a song about Gazza on U-Tube.

 

 

I'm hoping to run a Team Slot Lancia Stratos. I'll be building next weekend when the Stepson (who understands electrical diagrams) builds my lighting rig for me. It will also have wheels and tyres.. and hopefully some custom stickers. And I'm attempting a me head.. that's harder.

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If the image doesn't state the obvious, the interior is not the one going in the car, just a temporary edition to help sort her out.

 

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Should be a pretty good runner, but without a rally track of my own to sort the car on who knows until the series starts....

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And the navigator!!!

It didn't come with one, so i had to add one, he's very good!

Helmet???

Is that better ....

 

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And the navigator!!!

It didn't come with one, so i had to add one, he's very good!

Helmet???

Is that better ....

 

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Can it read navigational maps?

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Can it read navigational maps?

Silly question .... of course he can

 

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The maps are written in duck, and he translates them as needed

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I suppose Munter will have a Kiwi as his navigator!

 

I have scrounged a Scalex 260Z and am negotiating to get it painted.

While I work out how to fit an NC2 into the Scalex chassis and fit some larger wheels and tyres.

 

Found a pic of this one and the colours are close to the Megane!

 

Z rally car

Edited by The Stig

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If the image doesn't state the obvious, the interior is not the one going in the car, just a temporary edition to help sort her out.

 

1011.jpg

 

Should be a pretty good runner, but without a rally track of my own to sort the car on who knows until the series starts....

 

Sweet looking ride.......likewise no test track so wait and see....... :lol:

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Anyone who trusted their navigation to a duck, would have to be a ...bit of a goose.. Look out... Duck...Where?!?....KLUNK...

 

Oh.. an Alpine A110 for me, too. :lol:

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Porsche is all ready to go now :lol:

 

Just a few modifications. Ninco motor/ NSR pinion,rear tyres,motor wire and led weight/ Slot.it spur gear and

axels/ Slotingplus roller bearings/wheels and front tyres /SCX pro braid.

 

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Now for some track time..........

 

regards shane a

 

team thunderbird

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SCX Alpine here too unless some miracle happens and I fluke it big time with the 850 experiment.

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I am waiting to see how these rear engined cars go on a rally track,anyone tried one as yet. The rear weight might be just the thing to help flick them around the corners.

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Have tested mine on Mel's old track with no tuning and it wasnt too bad. Just needs a bit of weight in the nose!

 

Regards

 

John

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I am waiting to see how these rear engined cars go on a rally track,anyone tried one as yet. The rear weight might be just the thing to help flick them around the corners.

I'm no rally expert being my first build,but after the right placement of the weight the car was great. No roll overs and the car does flick nice around the corners. :) Can't say i'm used to driving something so slow.

 

regards shane a

 

team thunderbird

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Yes, driving a rally car around a twisty track requires a different kind of focus i have found!

 

Sorry, We'll have the no(un) Focus Brad this year thanks......besides they're not eligible '60-'80. :)

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The munter tuned SCX Abarth is ready to take to the Australian rally slot tracks once again.

There has been a major re-fit of internals....new motor,pinion,chassis tweaking and trimming,front axle carrier, body lightening and replacement of some weight.

The original scx pinion didn't mesh well with the slotit crown and was noisy.

 

My most urgent priority now is the guide and braids....any suggestions?........ might just go with renewing the braids.

 

regards

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