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Post by laneboysrc on Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 21:43

It is raining and I can not go out painting, so I spent the time for a short status update on this kit build.

This car was my first RC car more than 30 years ago when I was a teenager. Now I own it again, Tamiya re-released this car for the 2nd time.


The XR311 is 1/12 scale, rear-wheel drive (locked axle) and has a torsion bar suspension. It was the 4th RC car released by Tamiya, and their first off-road car. The instructions say "1/12 Scale Model Car suitable for Radio Control" -- and that hits the nail on the head: This car is more scale model than RC vehicle.


The inside of the Tamiya XR311 2012 re-release. The ESC and the ball bearings are put on top of the body to highlight them as being "special" in this kit.

The green box on the left contains all metal parts. The blue box below it contains the motor, grease, liquid thread lock, bumper and other smaller parts. All plastic parts are on the right side. Under the body parts in the middle compartment are the tires, window and light lenses as well as the protective plate for the torsion bars.


Assembly of the front suspension. The wheel axles still run on bushings, but on the rear axle are ball bearings now. The horse-shoe looking piece in the middle is driving the steering and also acting as servo-saver. It is quite loose, which means it is easy to block the wheels from turning. Designed for 1978 servos, not today's metal gear monsters...

The suspension is held together with lock nuts instead of spring washers and normal nuts as in the original release, one of the many small improvements made to the kit in the re-realease.


Bottom view after attaching the rear suspension. You can see the torsion bars, now from metal. The original release had plastic ones that did not last very long. Adjusting the torsion bars is a pain in the neck, designed to make your fingers hurt.


The wheels are a bead lock design and made out of three parts. They are held together by the five screws that mounts the wheel to the car. Twenty screws to take the wheels off ...


Front view of the rolling chassis. Note that the torsion bars are not loaded yet therefore the car sits in its lowest position.


Comparing the 1:12 scale XR311 with the 1:10 scale Axial SCX10 Dingo. Quite a size difference!


Test fit of the body parts.


The details in this kit are amazing. Just look at the dashboard and all the tiny brackets on the body.


The ugly front bumper was trimmed down to its bare minimum. Now the body will not be protected, which means super careful driving!


The instructions call for a standard sized servo, mounted to the chassis with a double-sided tape. I did not like this design and rather opted for a metal gear mini servo, mounted on DIY aluminium brackets. This allows the servo rod to be horizontal, instead of pushing down as it would with a standard servo.


Lighting up the XR311 is very difficult. The rear lights have two slots that are the reversing lights. The whole round part on the top is supposed to be the tail/brake/indicator light.

Due to space constraints I used a 3mm red LED for the tail/brake light. I sanded it flush with the rest of the light housing (not visible in this photo). After painting the whole tail/brake light area red I hope it will look right.

For the reversing lights I cut out the slots by drilling tiny holes and cutting with a craft knife. I will put a SMD LED to light it up. I need to figure out a kind of diffuser though as the SMD light output is right at the bar between the slots.


The front bumper. The hole will receive a cable guide for a simulated winch.

The top holes will hold the indicator lights. They come with clear lenses that I still have to get orange somehow. The lens has a rod on the back that goes through the hole in the bumper. I will put an orange SMD LED behind to light it up.

The bottom light is the parking light. Like on the rear I had to drill a tiny hole and cut it out. An SMD LED will go behind to provide illumination. It was very difficult to get the slot done without damaging the ultra-thin details at the front.


To make the steering wheel move I cut away the blob meant for gluing in the steering column. I drilled a small hold in the back of the steering column, which will receive a screw that holds the servo horn piece (white part). The tiny 0.4 mm pin provides strength against slippage when turning.


A tiny servo from HobbyKing drives the steering wheel. I am using the same servo and mechanism in our Dingo.

I made the instrument panel removable using 2 mm screws and nuts in case the servo fails.


Dry-fitting the lower body over the whole assembly. The servo fits nicely, but a bigger servo would already have issues.


The lower body and rear wall have a hole to allow feed-through of the battery and ESC connectors. The instructions hint that this allows charging of the battery without removing the body from the chassis. Since this interferes with the scale look I opted to close the hole with 1 mm styrene.


The XR311 has a manually adjustable gearing system. Unfortunately the gearing is designed for 30 year old battery technology, running 4 cells NiCd.

Today with a 6 cell NiMH the slowest A gear is plenty fast for a scale model.
Gear B is really fast and requires concentration. Very dangerous indoors.
Gear C is insane; more speed than the tires and suspension can handle -- this car doesn't even have shock absorbers!


Ready for paint! All parts that could be pre-assembled have been. Now I just have to wait for dry weather to put on the first coat of primer.

On the right small pieces have been mounted on a piece of carton with double-sided tape. Next to the body on the left you can see two pieces mounted with play-doh onto a chopstick. Most pieces will be mounted on chopsticks for easy painting. I watched a lot of scale model builders videos recently on YouTube where I picked up these tricks.

That's all for now, I will post updates after some colour goes on.
I have even more photos in our Flickr gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/78037110@N03/sets/72157630971793270/

Thanks for reading, Werner

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by boolean21 on Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 21:52

Looking good. Smile
nice scale vehicle!

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by RTECH on Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 22:15

Very Happy Great build. Back to old school again.

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by Liew on Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 22:33

Nice truck , what colour u paint it ?

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by Wrigleys on Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 22:59

Looking really good.. Very detailed build thread. Thumbs up! cheers

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by wyetuck88 on Thu 30 Aug 2012 - 23:26

Nice truck, I too lust for one many years ago while in primary school. Too bad age+budget+parents did approve it.

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by laneboysrc on Fri 31 Aug 2012 - 7:15

Thanks everyone for the kind words!

Liew wrote:Nice truck , what colour u paint it ?

It is going to be "Light Sand" Tamiya TS46. Next after the XR311 Tamiya released a "Lamborghini Cheetah" on the same chassis that used this colour. The proper colour for the XR311 would be "Olive drab", but I am not in to military so I will deviate from originality here.

Inspiration was taken from "fullspeeddesign"s XR311:

I will also try to "weather" mine in a similar fashion. First attempt in anything like this...

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We've got colour!

Post by laneboysrc on Fri 7 Sep 2012 - 23:59

'evening everyone!

It was quite a productive week for me, spending every evening on painting.
I started off emptying 2 cans of Tamiya white fine surface primer over the styrene bits:


The primer is fantastic: extremely smooth, easy to spray and does not clog up the fine details.
The roof is simulated cloth, so I tried a grey primer in the hope that the colour on top would be darker. But that did not turn out as I hoped, the colour is just too good in covering up what's underneath.

Two evenings in my personal spray booth (aka. "the car park" Razz ) and things look like this:




I am very happy how it turned out. The wheel flares and the rubber around the window still need to be flat black.

I also started hand-painting many of the smaller parts:


The fire extinguisher took more than 5 hours to complete. I am not pleased with the red, out of the jar the paint was too thick and my thinning did not work well. But the other details turned out as good as I hoped.

Next job is to put the LEDs in and then continue with assembly bit by bit. Still a long way to go, but enjoying every minute!

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Post by wyetuck88 on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 0:09

came out amazing!!! are you going to run it this sunday?

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by Liew on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 0:48

Nice painting cheers

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Post by RTECH on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 12:31

Great paint job! Wink

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Dashboard is ready

Post by laneboysrc on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 18:21

Thanks for the cheers!

One of Patrick's girlfriends Embarassed gave a birthday party this afternoon, so I was in the fortunate position to carry on.

I finished the dashboard. While the original plastic had some needles and markers embossed, I wanted to have something even better. Unfortunately I did not have any high resolution photo of the original car's dashboard, so I had to choose instruments that look similar. I scaled them on the computer to size and went to the local photo shop to print them out:



The smaller instruments are less than 3 mm in diameter, the speedometer is 7 mm. I cut out the smaller instruments with a hole punch. Took several attempts, but I had a lot of spare ones Very Happy
I printed different type of instruments: ampere meter, fuel, oil pressure and water temperature -- but due to the small size they are almost looking the same anyway...
I cut the speedometer out with scissors and then sanded (!) it round and to perfect size. A few bits of paint and this is how it looks now:




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Post by wyetuck88 on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 18:36

Amazing work!! Did you print them on normal paper?

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Post by laneboysrc on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 19:28

Thanks! It is printed like a photo. I will "seal" it with some clear paint at a later stage.

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by Liew on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 19:48

Wow this is awesome cheers
Less then 3mm how u sand ?

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Post by laneboysrc on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 20:02

I only sanded the speedometer, which is about 7 mm. The small ones came out well after cutting them with the hole punch.

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by boolean21 on Sat 8 Sep 2012 - 20:08

Nice updates... Looks good with the details added. Smile

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by coldman28 on Wed 12 Sep 2012 - 20:04

looking good

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And then there was light ...

Post by laneboysrc on Fri 14 Sep 2012 - 23:18

Another productive week -- I spent about 20 hours mounting 10 LEDs Very Happy


This is the inside of the front bumper. I used SMD LEDs that I de-soldered from a light strip. The top are orange ones for the indicator, the bottom ones are white for the parking lights.

The wires are 0.19 mm thin "enamel wires". I have different colours to make installation easy. I soldered the wires to the LEDs before mounting them as I don't want to go near styrene with a 400 degree hot soldering iron.

To mount the LEDs I held them in place with white-tack and glued them in with epoxy.


The finished result with the parking lights engaged. The slot is 1.1 mm by 3 mm.


The indicators are lit through a tiny hole, therefore the centre gives a kind of hot spot. Not perfect, but acceptable.


Wiring up the head lights was comparatively easy. 0.6 mm holes through the support rod conceal the wires. The 5 mm white LEDs fit perfectly. I used diffuse high brightness LEDs as in my opinion they give a nicer glow to the whole lamp compared to the narrow angle LEDs with lens.


The top view shows the wires leading to the back of the LEDs. The LEDs were held in place again with white-tack and then secured with epoxy.


Final result. I love the details that Tamiya put on the lens.


The rear lights are tiny. They contain two slots for the reversing light, and a round top lamp for tail / brake / indicator.

I used a tiny piece of styrene to create a light barrier between the reversing and tail light area. I poured a thin layer of clear epoxy in the reversing light area to create a kind of a lens.


Back view of the finished rear light unit.


The finished reversing light looks very good. flower As size reference, consider that the red LED has a diameter of 3 mm.


The tail / brake light works fine too. Now the whole top part needs to be painted red.


I also painted the fenders on the body black. Unfortunately my masking was not perfect so I have to do a bit of touching up. But things are going together finally. A few more weeks and it will be done.

Time to start thinking about the next project afro

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by wyetuck88 on Fri 14 Sep 2012 - 23:23

we have an great electrician here!!! I cant help but wonder, whats your trade?

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by wyetuck88 on Fri 14 Sep 2012 - 23:23

Thanks boo and werner!!!

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Post by laneboysrc on Fri 14 Sep 2012 - 23:33

wyetuck88 wrote:we have an great electrician here!!! I cant help but wonder, whats your trade?

Thanks! I used to do a lot of electronics when I was young. My father used to repair TVs, so I got poisoned with leaded solder very early alien . I got my first soldering iron at the age of 8 Laughing
I haven't done electronic stuff for many years now, but since I re-started with RC in April I am brushing up my skills and tools.

BTW: If anyone needs help with battery/ESC connector soldering, LEDs etc just let me know.

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Post by wyetuck88 on Sat 15 Sep 2012 - 1:07

I see, do you use a fine tipped soldering iron for your leds? I tried to resolder a ibook g4 graphic chip many years ago and the normal solder tip just wont do the job. I am not too sure where to get those super fine tipped soldering iron, is it a special tool? haha got a lot of things I could try to repair!

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Progress. Finally.

Post by laneboysrc on Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 22:13

Well, it's been a while. Progress was slow due to illness and fixing / maintaining our ever-growing fleet of little fun cars.

But it is getting there. The body is now almost complete and the chassis is ready. I just finished routing the wires for the lights and testing them.


Here are the reversing lights. They turned out a bit greenish (not visible on the photo) due to the colour of the epoxy used as lens diffuser.


Rear light test. The lights left and right are controlled independently as they serve as rear lights, indicators and brake lights all in one.


Indicators at the front.


Head lights at about half brightness. I love those realistic looking lenses by Tamiya.


And finally the parking lights. The effort payed off: they look very nice indeed!


Bottom view of the body showing the routing of the wires. The light controller will sit behind the cabin and before the motor where the green paint spot is. This area is meant to hold the battery and ESC wire, but there is plenty of room for my custom electronics.


Close-up view of one of the rear light wiring. The enamel wires are hold on with drops of epoxy. The wire diameter is 0.2mm.


The electronics have been installed. The ESC and receiver sit on a custom flat tray so that the bottom is flush with the body. The servo wire has been shortened to fit without slack. The on/off switch wire had to be extended to fit. The ESC motor wires are directly soldered onto the motor. The battery wire is very short to fit in the small area between the battery and the motor. All wires have been secured with drops of CA glue.


Close-up view of the ESC, receiver and motor wiring.


Our XR311 also has a brother now: Tamiya #58154, M1025 Hummer. Got it on eBay for very, very little money. It is based on a TA01/TA02 1/10 scale touring/rally chassis, but the body is 1/12 scale as Hummers are pretty large in real life.
The chassis needs rebuilding but in general the car is in very good condition given that it is approx 17 years old!

Stay tuned, Werner

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Post by boolean21 on Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 22:54

looks good!
nice update!

when can we molest it?
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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by DWJL511 on Sat 1 Dec 2012 - 23:12

Simply amazing!

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The end is nigh

Post by laneboysrc on Fri 21 Dec 2012 - 18:18

After planning for almost two weeks to do it, last night I finally managed to solder up the light controller for the XR311. Thanks to my new glasses I can now actually see what I'm doing, which helps tremendously I love you



Today I monted the light controller in the space behind the passenger cab. This space is foreseen to route your battery and ESC wires.
The layout of the light controller circuit has been changed compared to our Dingo to fit nicely in the available space.
The servo wire for the steering wheel micro-servo has been installed and glued into place.




Close-up of the light controller.
Notice that there are two chips stacked on top of each-other on the left. These are the LED drivers. In our Dingo I used only one LED driver and used PWM (pulse width modulation) to control the brightness of the LEDs. However, due to the slow speed of the micro-controller this causes flickering when recording video at high shutter speeds.
To improve this for the XR311 I now use two chips, one for full brightness (20mA) and one for half brightness (~8.5mA), both DC current; no pulsing, no flickering alien
Compared to the Dingo this light controller does not use a DC/DC boost converter. Since there are not many lights on this car I could afford to give each of the head light LEDs its own LED driver channel, therefore the 5V of the BEC is sufficient to drive the LEDs.



To connect the micro-side steering wheel servo cable I used a small scrap of prototyping PCB, glued to the body. This way the servo can be unsolder-ed and replaced in case it fails.


It is hard to believe, but the end of the project is in sight. There are only a few jobs missing until completion:

  • Program the light controller
  • Wire-up the lights to the light controller
  • Glue the windshield to the body
  • Paint touch-up
  • Weathering
  • Build and paint the figure; making the arms move to appear it is driving the steering wheel

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Post by boolean21 on Sat 22 Dec 2012 - 18:08

Nice and detailed updates! Thanks! Smile

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by oceanic on Sun 23 Dec 2012 - 20:23

Looks great! Very Happy

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Re: LANE Boys RC's Tamiya XR311 build

Post by Harakiri on Mon 24 Dec 2012 - 0:42

Wow nice n scale rig. Can't wait to see it trailing

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