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Re: BabyBoy's Land Rover D110 on Axial SCX10

Post by babyboy on Tue 17 Jul 2012 - 9:56

laneboysrc wrote:Looking awesome and almost done! I really like those rims and the color.

I would recommend painting the light buckets silver on the inside. I did that to ours and it looks so much better than leaving them black. Fiddly job though...

Looking forward to see this truck at a trail soon!

Thanks. I was wondering too why the light buckets is black and do not have the reflective plate. Was thinking of putting foil in the bucket to make the light reflect out... hmm just a wild idea. I will use your suggestion. Cos if I'm able to make the foil it will cover over the silver color. Win win situation. Thanks Very Happy

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Post by laneboysrc on Tue 17 Jul 2012 - 10:11

babyboy wrote:I was wondering too why the light buckets is black and do not have the reflective plate.

Indeed Axial cheap-ed out on this one. Seeing the awesome, shiny chrome inside the light buckets that come with the Defender body made me weep Sad

babyboy wrote:Was thinking of putting foil in the bucket to make the light reflect out... hmm just a wild idea.

Sounds like a good plan! I think the biggest difficulty will be getting the foil around the "posts" where the lens sits in. Eager to see the finished result!

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Post by babyboy on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 22:55

laneboysrc wrote:
babyboy wrote:I was wondering too why the light buckets is black and do not have the reflective plate.

Indeed Axial cheap-ed out on this one. Seeing the awesome, shiny chrome inside the light buckets that come with the Defender body made me weep Sad

babyboy wrote:Was thinking of putting foil in the bucket to make the light reflect out... hmm just a wild idea.

Sounds like a good plan! I think the biggest difficulty will be getting the foil around the "posts" where the lens sits in. Eager to see the finished result!

laneboysrc, I tried the foil thingy... bloody hard to get it in...so abandon that Idea. I got no patient to slowly stick the foil in. Think our Dingo Kit (I check mine twice) do not come with the clear plastic cover so see the light not so nice.

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Post by babyboy on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:01

Just for fun... can I bring up the rear when we go night trail?
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My humble cheap roof rack. Hope can take a tumble or two. Very rough build. Need to get more spray paint.
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Post by boolean21 on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:05

i think you are a close match to the "ah beng" black hummer in SGCrawlers! Very Happy

nice update! Very Happy

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Post by babyboy on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:14

boolean21 wrote:i think you are a close match to the "ah beng" black hummer in SGCrawlers! Very Happy

nice update! Very Happy

I'll be the "yellow beng" ha ha. Oh BTW, my china esc got heat sink how to waterproof? Where did you buy the neutral cure silicon?

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Re: BabyBoy's Land Rover D110 on Axial SCX10

Post by boolean21 on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:17

Post a photo of it...

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Post by babyboy on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:31

Here it is
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Re: BabyBoy's Land Rover D110 on Axial SCX10

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:37

babyboy wrote:
laneboysrc wrote:
babyboy wrote:I was wondering too why the light buckets is black and do not have the reflective plate.

Indeed Axial cheap-ed out on this one. Seeing the awesome, shiny chrome inside the light buckets that come with the Defender body made me weep Sad

babyboy wrote:Was thinking of putting foil in the bucket to make the light reflect out... hmm just a wild idea.

Sounds like a good plan! I think the biggest difficulty will be getting the foil around the "posts" where the lens sits in. Eager to see the finished result!

laneboysrc, I tried the foil thingy... bloody hard to get it in...so abandon that Idea. I got no patient to slowly stick the foil in. Think our Dingo Kit (I check mine twice) do not come with the clear plastic cover so see the light not so nice.

Try to Get some aluminum foil tape. Draw a circle, cut out the circle, make a cut from the outside of the circle to the centre of the circle. There u got a cone shape for ur lights.
Fastest way spray it sliver. Smile

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Re: BabyBoy's Land Rover D110 on Axial SCX10

Post by boolean21 on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:41

same esc that i ordered sometime back... Smile

updated the waterproofing thread...
http://sgcrawlers.forumotion.com/t190-diy-poor-man-s-waterproof-esc-and-bec#11405




in short, you can still use neutral cure silicone, to cover the whole PCB, squeeze under the heat sink... or use dielectric spray varnish...

the spray is thin... and you can still cover back the ESC nicely like the above pics... Smile

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Post by babyboy on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:46

wyetuck88 wrote:
babyboy wrote:
laneboysrc wrote:
babyboy wrote:I was wondering too why the light buckets is black and do not have the reflective plate.

Indeed Axial cheap-ed out on this one. Seeing the awesome, shiny chrome inside the light buckets that come with the Defender body made me weep Sad

babyboy wrote:Was thinking of putting foil in the bucket to make the light reflect out... hmm just a wild idea.

Sounds like a good plan! I think the biggest difficulty will be getting the foil around the "posts" where the lens sits in. Eager to see the finished result!

laneboysrc, I tried the foil thingy... bloody hard to get it in...so abandon that Idea. I got no patient to slowly stick the foil in. Think our Dingo Kit (I check mine twice) do not come with the clear plastic cover so see the light not so nice.

Try to Get some aluminum foil tape. Draw a circle, cut out the circle, make a cut from the outside of the circle to the centre of the circle. There u got a cone shape for ur lights.
Fastest way spray it sliver. Smile

Bro wyetuck88, the light holder is small and very shallow. My hand is big. I really cant do wonders like what you did on your build. I'll take the esay way out and get the silver paint job. Smile

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Post by babyboy on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:48

Thanks Boolean21. Can let me know where to buy the dielectric spray varnish?

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Post by boolean21 on Thu 19 Jul 2012 - 23:59

babyboy wrote:Thanks Boolean21. Can let me know where to buy the dielectric spray varnish?
Have to check with boss harakiri....
Think somewhere in sembawang...

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Post by babyboy on Mon 6 Aug 2012 - 1:01

The landy outing is near and I am nowhere near completion. I will try to complete it so that I dun regret trying. But if I dun try I will regret more... hmm sounds so familiar Laughing

Some little update. After 3 hours of cutting and grinding, manage to get the gear box in the... gear box area Laughing
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A little update of whats done today.
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Lights fix up.
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I dun know why everyone take this type of shots... but everyone loves it Very Happy
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I'm still far from completion but I will try my best to join the landy outing. I'm have not fix up the electronics (hope my existing 7.2V battery is still good to go) as I am strugling to get the body lock down to the chassis.

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Post by boolean21 on Mon 6 Aug 2012 - 7:56

Swee! Hope to see it in action this thursday! Smile

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Post by laneboysrc on Mon 6 Aug 2012 - 8:36

Nice indeed! I love the juicy color!

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Post by babyboy on Mon 6 Aug 2012 - 8:50

boolean21 wrote:Swee! Hope to see it in action this thursday! Smile

Thanks Boo. I will try to be there as early as posible. Due to company having power shutdown maintenance on eve of ND, I only get to stand down after 10am on 9 August. Hope you guys will still be there when I reach. Smile

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Post by babyboy on Mon 6 Aug 2012 - 8:56

laneboysrc wrote:Nice indeed! I love the juicy color!

Thanks laneboysrc. I bought the spray paint can but cant find any normal paint with the same color for minor touch up. What you dun see from the pic will come up when you see the actual product. Embarassed

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Post by babyboy on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 12:52

Any tip on how you guys stick your side mirror, snorkel and door handle? I use UHU glue as I do not want to break anything in the event of a roll over. They will just break loose from their mounting but this pose a problem, cos they break loose easily. Mirror i break loose 3 times, snorkel 2 times, door handle 3 times... ahh am I that clumsy? I think so. Anyway my D110 is alive! Was having Driver induction course till late 2am. Very Happy Driving over the Kicthen kerb the balcony kerb... Laughing Need to put in the light if I have time. It's not finnish yet but I'm able to join the Landy's outing cheers

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Post by laneboysrc on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 14:25

babyboy wrote:I bought the spray paint can but cant find any normal paint with the same color for minor touch up.

If you have some spray left you can spray a bit into an empty plastic container and then brush it on. Not ideal but worked for me before...

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Post by babyboy on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 14:54

laneboysrc wrote:
babyboy wrote:I bought the spray paint can but cant find any normal paint with the same color for minor touch up.

If you have some spray left you can spray a bit into an empty plastic container and then brush it on. Not ideal but worked for me before...

The spray paint is very thin. Need a few layer to cover. Will try to mix some paint and see how (I'm a lousy painter) after the Landy outing. Cos still got lots of things to add on. Bro boolean21 DIY jerry can... will be a nice additional to other thigs like spade, high lift jack and so on. Well it's a lesson learn. Fix up everything you need than paint it up and not the other way. Smile . Anyway thanks for the info.

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Post by boolean21 on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 18:48

babyboy wrote:Any tip on how you guys stick your side mirror, snorkel and door handle? I use UHU glue as I do not want to break anything in the event of a roll over. They will just break loose from their mounting but this pose a problem, cos they break loose easily. Mirror i break loose 3 times, snorkel 2 times, door handle 3 times... ahh am I that clumsy? I think so. Anyway my D110 is alive! Was having Driver induction course till late 2am. Very Happy Driving over the Kicthen kerb the balcony kerb... Laughing Need to put in the light if I have time. It's not finnish yet but I'm able to join the Landy's outing cheers
Bro, screw the mirrors and snorkel... Razz
Put a screw from inside... It will secure it well and not drop in the trails.

For light buckets and handles, can use UHU, will be strong when totally dried... Mine passed thru mud and water without problems.

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Post by babyboy on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 19:16

boolean21 wrote:
babyboy wrote:Any tip on how you guys stick your side mirror, snorkel and door handle? I use UHU glue as I do not want to break anything in the event of a roll over. They will just break loose from their mounting but this pose a problem, cos they break loose easily. Mirror i break loose 3 times, snorkel 2 times, door handle 3 times... ahh am I that clumsy? I think so. Anyway my D110 is alive! Was having Driver induction course till late 2am. Very Happy Driving over the Kicthen kerb the balcony kerb... Laughing Need to put in the light if I have time. It's not finnish yet but I'm able to join the Landy's outing cheers
Bro, screw the mirrors and snorkel... Razz
Put a screw from inside... It will secure it well and not drop in the trails.

For light buckets and handles, can use UHU, will be strong when totally dried... Mine passed thru mud and water without problems.

OK, like that I need to get small self tapping screw. The extra light buckets that I bought from Axial says " screw not provided" Evil or Very Mad

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Post by boolean21 on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 19:27

Oh ya, wanted to ask what happened to the lights? Still mounting them up?

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Post by babyboy on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 19:56

boolean21 wrote:Oh ya, wanted to ask what happened to the lights? Still mounting them up?

I bought some lights set from Axial. It does not come with screw. The instructions says not provided. Lights mounted up. I was in Kelantan lane sometime back and bought some extra M3 screw and nut.(for whatever reason I dun noe y). So I used those extra screw. Now see if can mount up the LED for the Landy trail.

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Post by boolean21 on Tue 7 Aug 2012 - 20:08

Black blutack might be a quick temporary fix... Smile

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Post by babyboy on Fri 7 Sep 2012 - 19:24

After a roll over, my roof rack did not survive. Now building a roll cage. Thanks to bro Liew for the tips and short video clip. Here's my update on my Landy.
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Post by boolean21 on Fri 7 Sep 2012 - 19:32

Looking good!

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Post by babyboy on Fri 7 Sep 2012 - 19:56

boolean21 wrote:Looking good!

Thanks. Hope can finnish the roll cage and build my second SCX10 so that I can join the trail this Sunday. So hope I can finnish it by Sunday!

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Post by Liew on Fri 7 Sep 2012 - 20:08

Don't rush , enjoy the built Very Happy

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