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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55420

I did unwrap it :-)
... somewhere in 2003 and it is still in my NB M01 :-)

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55421

Cool seeing it mounted.! :y:
As far as I understand the short design of the Motor is to improve Center of Gravity? A long can would make the car heavier on one side, which of course is not good ..
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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55422

koenc wrote: I did unwrap it :-)
... somewhere in 2003 and it is still in my NB M01 :-)

ooohhhhh I had the same under cover on my fiat. But it exploded...
This motor is pretty nice inside the gearbox.

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55423

A pure full options m01. Lovely chassis.

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55424

It was a cool project in 2003. These are all the options I used on the build.

1. 53205 M-CHASSIS UNIVERSAL SHAFT SET(1PAIR)
2. 53012 3*10 TITANIUM ROUND HEAD SCREW(10PCS.)
3. 53017 3*15 TITANIUM TAPPING SCREW(10PCS.)
4. 53070 MANTA RAY BALL DIFF. SET
5. 53095 3*10 TITANIUM TAPPING SCREW(10PCS.)
6. 53218 1/10 TOURING CAR HARD JOINT CUP SET(FOR GEAR DIFF) (not mounted, not possibel with ball diff)
7. 53237 M-CHASSIS HOLLOW CARBON GEAR SHAFT SET
8. 53238 M-CHASSIS QUICK-RELEASE BATTERY HOLDER
9. 53239 M-CHASSIS FRONT & REAR STABILIZER SET
10. 53241 M-CHASSIS ALUMINUM MOTOR HEAT SINK
11. 53243 M-CHASSIS UNDERCOWL (not mounted)
12. 53253 M-CHASSIS ALUMINUM RACING STEERING SET
13. 53056 PIN TYPE WHEEL ADAPTER
14. 53235 M-CHASSIS STAINLESS STEEL SUSPENSION SHAFT SET
15. 53236 M-CHASSIS BUSHING SET
16. 53251 ACTO TUNED M-SPECIAL MOTOR
17. 53246 M-CHASSSIS TURNBUCKLE STEERING ROD SET
18. 53160 4 MM RED ANODIZED ALU FLANGE LOCK NUTS
19. 3155 LOW FRICTION AULINIUM DAMPER SET
20. 53254 M-CHASSIS 60D SUPER GRIP RADIAL TIRES (not mounted)
21. 53255 M-CHASSIS 60D INNER SPONGES HARD
22. 53284 5MM ALUMINIUM BALL CONNECTOR
23. 53440 ON-ROAD TUNED HARD SPRING SET
24. 53234 4Xx65 MM ALUMINIUM SCREW CHASSIS
25. TAMIYA BALL BEARINGS

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55425

A real beauty. I love it. Congrats koen.

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55426

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If you don’t mind me asking once you’ve swapped out that many option parts how much of the original car is left ?

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55427

X4. :)

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 3 weeks ago #55428

Al wrote: If you don’t mind me asking once you’ve swapped out that many option parts how much of the original car is left ?

Mainly the plastic parts like the chassis, suspension arms, gearboxes, body posts. About all the small stuff is replaced.
So, you are left with quite alot of parts :-)

This was a pic a took just before I started. All option parts are TAMIYA!

Lovely memories!

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 2 months 1 week ago #55568

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More XR311 / Cheetah parts.
I had a sort through of my stash of parts for these cars and it’s quite scary.

I’ll use the decent one of the two manual speed controllers for my vintage resto.

The gear box cover is in good nick. So a bit of a bonus.
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