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Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

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Post by boolean21 on Tue 30 Jul 2013 - 23:54

Had been wanting to get a mini for quite some time....
and finally got it recently... Smile

embarked on the M06 build....
this build will be going on very slowly...

bit by bit... What a Face 

Pack A....


sorted out the screws.....


greased up the differentials.... using normal grease....


differentials done...


and continued with the gearbox....




and gearbox done... Smile


that's all for now...

at least i started... Razz
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some grumbling....
first time building a tamiya kit.... compared to axial, venom.... i don't like the way tamiya packs the hardware... screws, etc....

unlike venom kits, which have all the same sized bolts, nuts, etc hardware packed together and labelled clearly... no chances of using a wrong screw or bolt..... tamiya's bolts and screws are packed together like Axial's....

Axial's manuals have the bolts and nuts' drawing at 1:1 scale and can easily place the bolt on the manual to confirm the size...
however... tamiya's manual doesn't seem to be so scale in the measurements.... maybe cos my eyesight is failing? i had to measure the bolts just to make sure...

also... tamiya bolts and screws are not hex... i had taken extra care when fastening them so as to make sure no screw heads are striped... Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad 

still prefer the hex hardwares on crawler kits...

sorry for the newbie grumbles... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by Zax13 on Wed 31 Jul 2013 - 4:48

Good progress bro... Im excited to know what the body colour will be?

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by laneboysrc on Wed 31 Jul 2013 - 8:47

Great to see it coming together!

In defence to Tamiya, the M-06 is not their best kit. There are indeed a lot of different kind of screws. Other Tamiya kits are almost exclusively M3x10, which makes finding the right screws easy. Also the way some of the plastic parts around the motor and body posts come together is not well done.

Regarding the cross head screws: you need a good "PH-2" size screw driver, then no issue with stripping. The advantage is that you don't need 3 sizes of screw drivers, but then like most others I prefer hex too Twisted Evil

The size in the manual is supposed to be 1:1. But even then the problem is that it is hard to distinguish M3x10 and M3x12, and ...
What I usually do is I open all packages and put the screws into pill boxes, one type of screw per box. I label them with the Tamiya number (e.g. M3x10 self tap is "BA6" in the M-06). Takes half an hour but makes the rest of the build so much more enjoyable. Patrick usually helps with sorting the screws Very Happy

BTW: way to much grease on your gears This will slow you down Very Happy

Have you decided on the color yet? Blue looks really nice! Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil 

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Wed 31 Jul 2013 - 9:48

Zax13 wrote:Good progress bro... Im excited to know what the body colour will be?
no idea about the body color yet bro.... but the blue suggested by LaneboysRC looks good!

laneboysrc wrote:Great to see it coming together!

In defence to Tamiya, the M-06 is not their best kit. There are indeed a lot of different kind of screws. Other Tamiya kits are almost exclusively M3x10, which makes finding the right screws easy. Also the way some of the plastic parts around the motor and body posts come together is not well done.

Regarding the cross head screws: you need a good "PH-2" size screw driver, then no issue with stripping. The advantage is that you don't need 3 sizes of screw drivers, but then like most others I prefer hex too Twisted Evil

The size in the manual is supposed to be 1:1. But even then the problem is that it is hard to distinguish M3x10 and M3x12, and ...
What I usually do is I open all packages and put the screws into pill boxes, one type of screw per box. I label them with the Tamiya number (e.g. M3x10 self tap is "BA6" in the M-06). Takes half an hour but makes the rest of the build so much more enjoyable. Patrick usually helps with sorting the screws Very Happy
ya bro, exactly.... had to measure to make sure i don't use M3x12 in place of the M3x10....

nice tips... i think i have some pill boxes or similar containers laying around!
will use pill boxes or similar containers to sort out the screws instead of the magnetic tray... the tray is too small... Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad 


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BTW: way to much grease on your gears This will slow you down Very Happy
ya man... that's what i thought too after closing it up.... too used too filled up the whole differential gears with marine grease...
Razz Razz Razz  Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy 

hope the grease runs thinner and thinner over a few runs... Very Happy
for a start... slower car = lesser damage... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy


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Have you decided on the color yet? Blue looks really nice! Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil 

still yet to decide on a color....
yeah man... the blue looks good!...

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by RTECH on Wed 31 Jul 2013 - 19:19

What a Face Boolean, you sure your grease is not kaya? Looks like a kaya container to me. Lol..

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by Zax13 on Thu 1 Aug 2013 - 5:04

Don't later accidentally spread on the bread.... kekeke! affraid 

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by Marpek on Thu 1 Aug 2013 - 7:41

Zax13 wrote:Don't later accidentally spread on the bread.... kekeke! affraid 

Sometimes I also dunno why when I opened up a bucket of kaya grease at work...I started drooling abit just by looking at it!

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Thu 1 Aug 2013 - 8:00

RTECH wrote:What a Face Boolean, you sure your grease is not kaya? Looks like a kaya container to me. Lol..
Hahahaha... ya man....
Looks like kaya!! But smell like grease... Very Happy

Zax13 wrote:Don't later accidentally spread on the bread.... kekeke! affraid 
Hahahhaa....

Marpek wrote:
Zax13 wrote:Don't later accidentally spread on the bread.... kekeke! affraid 

Sometimes I also dunno why when I opened  up a bucket of kaya grease at work...I started drooling abit just by looking at it!
wahahahaha.... marpek.... your love for kaya is just too deep.... :S

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Thu 29 Aug 2013 - 23:30

had a little time and continued the Mini build...

followed LaneBoysRC's tip on sorting out the hardware first.... and yes... it really helps to make the build smoother... Smile


done up the rear... the gear box.... and mounted the silver can....




connect up the chassis.... set the wheelbase to "M" for the Alfa Romeo Giulia body....




sorted out the hardware for pack B.....



finished up the rear end with the dog bones etc....




and started on the front end....




that's all for now....
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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by laneboysrc on Fri 30 Aug 2013 - 8:42

Still not done? affraid 
Build faster! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Thanks for the updates, nothing nicer than building kit with shiny, fresh parts geek 

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Fri 30 Aug 2013 - 9:16

What a Face What a Face What a Face What a Face 

its boolean JR's first build... hence the slow progress.... Very Happy Very Happy

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by laneboysrc on Fri 30 Aug 2013 - 9:53

boolean21 wrote:its boolean JR's first build... hence the slow progress.... Very Happy:D
I see, great to see JR building so neatly!

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by Joben Tan on Fri 30 Aug 2013 - 10:38

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by RTECH on Sun 1 Sep 2013 - 10:36

Master boolean, for screwing onto the tamiya plastic. It is advicable to tap it first by screwing it in , unscrew then screw in again. Doing this will prevent the screw from expanding the plastic and cause it to crack. Smile 

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Sun 1 Sep 2013 - 19:46

RTECH wrote:Master boolean, for screwing onto the tamiya plastic. It is advicable to tap it first by screwing it in , unscrew then screw in again. Doing this will prevent the screw from expanding the plastic and cause it to crack. Smile 
thanks for the tip Master Rtech! Noted!

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Fri 22 Nov 2013 - 23:56

finally! Boolean JR got some time to finish up the last bit... Very Happy

dampers!



done...





battery clip in place...



i had to help to glue up the wheels...
my gluing skills are still really bad... Very Happy needs more practice!



installed a random servo...
can't seem to find the faster servos that i bought for the mini and the F1.... will swap it out when the servos appear! Very Happy



test fit the position of the body mounts...



trimmed and mounted the body...



good to have the holes pre-drilled... save the trouble of reaming them and risks of mistakes! Very Happy
that's for now.... the JR doesn't seem to enjoy the build as much compared to legos.... Laughing Laughing Laughing "


will paint it up soon once i have some idea of what colors... Very Happy
thanks for looking!

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by Zax13 on Sat 23 Nov 2013 - 7:10

Nice progress Boo...! Keep the m-chassis spirit alive!!!

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by laneboysrc on Sat 23 Nov 2013 - 8:38

Looking good! So another Mini-meeting coming up soon then.

boolean21 wrote:
will paint it up soon once i have some idea of what colors... Very Happy
Twisted Evil I heard blue looks great on this car Twisted Evil


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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Wed 5 Mar 2014 - 17:47

finally got some time to spend on the little M....

found a theme that i like and simple enough for rookie boo... Very Happy




time to paint up the body.....


masked the windows....



first coat of paint....



after a few coats.....



as a newbie... it's my first time building a tamiya kit...
and realised i have to cut up the stickers manually...  Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked 

after spending time with the scissors to trim out the stickers.... this is the output...




did up the red and green racing stripes on the hood and front bumper (no pic)



sticker numbering for the side doors... number 21!



pasted on the doors...



and here's the completed car...



finally, i have a mini to join in the fun at the hard court mini race!
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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by laneboysrc on Wed 5 Mar 2014 - 18:38

Great choice! Very authentic paint scheme.

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Post by babyboy on Thu 6 Mar 2014 - 11:31

Nice. I need to get my sticker on.

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Thu 6 Mar 2014 - 11:57

laneboysrc wrote:Great choice! Very authentic paint scheme.
thanks bro, still far from your high standards....  Evil or Very Mad  Evil or Very Mad  Evil or Very Mad 


babyboy wrote:Nice. I need to get my sticker on.
do up soon and post photos!!


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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by RTECH on Thu 6 Mar 2014 - 16:51

Woohoo !  bounce finally finished !

Time for some action !

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Post by boolean21 on Thu 6 Mar 2014 - 16:52

RTECH wrote:Woohoo !  bounce finally finished !

Time for some action !


Yeah man!


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Post by boolean21 on Wed 9 Apr 2014 - 23:44

went for some void deck RC-ing and took some photos of the Alfa Romeo Giulia M-06....

thanks for looking!










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Post by laneboysrc on Thu 10 Apr 2014 - 8:07

Beautiful! Great composition with the out-of-focus lights!

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Post by boolean21 on Thu 10 Apr 2014 - 8:38

laneboysrc wrote:Beautiful! Great composition with the out-of-focus lights!
Thanks for the kinds words bro!

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by RTECH on Thu 10 Apr 2014 - 18:09

Smile When can race?

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Re: Tamiya M06 Alfa Romeo Giulia Build - Boolean21's M-chassis

Post by boolean21 on Fri 11 Apr 2014 - 10:13

see when boss arrange for the mini / touring meet! Smile

ehh.... haven't install electronics yet... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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