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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61534

Nice effects. Congrats jim. With the chrome parts it will be terrible.
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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61538

Thanks Flo.

I picked up a couple of used Bruisers locally and they came with this 6V battery and charger. Both are really mint but the connectors look opposite to todays battery and charger set ups. They don't appear to be monkeyed with though....
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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61539

That is "correct" - presumably so the big 6v 3-speed battery couldn't be connected to a 7.2v charger. Doesn't stop anyone connecting that big battery to a 7.2v battery, or the 6v charger to a 7.2v charger though :whistle: IDK why they didn't just stick with their 6v connector (usually known as a Graupner connector now).
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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61540

Thanks Johnny!

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61541

Nice batt pack jim. :y:

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61542

Jonny Retro wrote: That is "correct" - presumably so the big 6v 3-speed battery couldn't be connected to a 7.2v charger. Doesn't stop anyone connecting that big battery to a 7.2v battery, or the 6v charger to a 7.2v charger though :whistle: IDK why they didn't just stick with their 6v connector (usually known as a Graupner connector now).

My 6v connectors weren't like these. ???

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61543

stingray-63 wrote:

Jonny Retro wrote: That is "correct" - presumably so the big 6v 3-speed battery couldn't be connected to a 7.2v charger. Doesn't stop anyone connecting that big battery to a 7.2v battery, or the 6v charger to a 7.2v charger though :whistle: IDK why they didn't just stick with their 6v connector (usually known as a Graupner connector now).

My 6v connectors weren't like these. ???


My reference was the 1982 Tamiya catalogue ,,, might have been a short lived thing?

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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 2 weeks ago #61544

Mine were square. Not 2 "legs" like 7,2v. But in France..... :D
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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 1 week ago #61592

Runners are ready for holidays. Tools spares and cars . Dt02 dt03 and brat rere wich will have its first run.
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Look what the mailman brought today ! 1 month 1 week ago #61627

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I think I just bought a Blazing Blazer body.

Obviously everything has been stripped off it.

But let’s wait and see.
It’s been butchered about. So some fixes will need to take place, but it puts a body on my chassis.

Fingers crossed.
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