From the good assembling method to the know-how to set and tuning, it is approaching the charm of the popular machine of the whole book.
The fans who want to start the radio control from now on, of course, are confident in the expert as well.
Tamiya continues to develop new and fun RC variants of its existing chassis’. A new addition to their vast RC line-up is the Tamiya RC Monster Beetle Trail GF-01TR. This fun looking RC is already easily recognizable with its iconic Monster Beetle body, just now in 1/14 scale. Under the body is the GF-01 chassis, which is known for wheelies, but the drivetrain has been altered with the addition of portal axle hubs both front and rear. This gives the truck a little more ground clearance while gearing it down. Tamiya includes a Torque Tuned motor and ESC with this fill build kit too. In this video, we highlight what sets the kit apart from others in the Tamiya selection for Tamiya fans and of course show you it in action as well.
Soure: RC Driver YouTube channel
August 3, 2019 (Saturday) Release Appendix with special price 980 yen
The introductory program will introduce various ways to play the car, custom methods, and spectacular modifications made by users under the theme of the classic Tamiya lunch box. In addition, a production guide for the lunch box MINI, which will finally be released, is also posted! Drift is packed with useful and useful information such as the introduction of machines of Japanese players who competed for the top in D1-10 (World Championships) and the lipo battery management method in hot summer.
Special appendix ● Lunch box “MINI parts tray”
The lunch box, featured at the beginning of this issue, is loved by everyone with a funny appearance. The magazine’s illustrator Atsushi Arino drew an illustration of the compact palm-sized model “Lunch Box Mini”, which will be released as a new model, and printed it on the bottom of the tray. The tray is button-assembled, so it is easy to carry around and you can definitely use it in any situation.
Source in Japanese language: RC Magazine
(P)review link: Ninetalis Scale Models
58672 1/14 R/C Monster Beetle Trail (GF-01TR)
58673 1/10 R/C Comical Frog (WR-02CB)
47414 1/10 R/C Audi A4 Racing (TT-01 Type-E)
47419 1/10 R/C Monster Beetle Black Edition
42337 R/C Trolley Pit Bag
42341 TRF419 Aluminum Rear Uprights (2°)
42342 TRF419 Aluminum Rear Uprights (3°)
42343 TRF Super Short Big Bore Damper Cylinder Caps (for 5.8mm Balls, 4pcs.)
42344 5.8mm Ball Connector Nuts for TRF Dampers (8pcs.)
51617 1/10 Scale R/C Citroën 2CV Rally Body Parts Set
54880 Aluminum Adjustable Suspension Mount (XB)
54881 Aluminum Adjustable Suspension Mount (A)
54882 Aluminum Adjustable Suspension Mount (E)
54883 Aluminum Adjustable Separate Suspension Mounts (XB)
54884 Aluminum Adjustable Separate Suspension Mounts (A)
54885 Aluminum Adjustable Separate Suspension Mounts (E)
54901 TB-05 Universal Propeller Shaft Set (for Front Motor Layout)
54902 TB-05 Universal Propeller Shaft Set (for Rear Motor Layout)
54909 M-08 Concept Carbon Damper Stay Set (for TRF Dampers)
54911 1/8 Scale Dual Rider Lightweight Body Parts Set
54912 T3-01 Front Wheel (White)
54913 T3-01 11-Spoke Wheels (Fluorescent Orange, 2pcs.)
54914 T3-01 Front Wheel (Fluorescent Orange)
54922 Bushing for Adjustable Suspension Mounts
21165 1/12 Yamaha YZF-R1M (Finished Model)
95510 DCR-02 Fluorescent Green Special (MA Chassis)
95512 Brocken Gigant Black Premium (FM-A)
15521 Mini 4WD Battery Case 2
15522 HG 17mm Aluminum Ball-Race Rollers (Ringless)
95117 Fully Cowled Mini 4WD 25th Anniv. Super Hard Tires & Matte Plated Wheels
95124 HG Carbon Front Stay (1.5mm/Silver) Fully Cowled Mini 4WD 25th Anniv.
95125 HG Carbon Rear Brake Stay (1.5mm/Silver) Fully Cowled Mini 4WD 25th Anniv.
95511 DCR-02 Body Parts Set (Fluorescent Orange)
70234 Slide Adapter (for Universal Plate)
Tools & Paints
69930 Modeler’s Knife (White)
Tamiya 58675 1/10 Mercedes-Benz G 500 CC-02 chassis
(more details and photos as soon we get them)
Also some parts for the new CC-02 chassis
Tamiya 51634 CC-02 J Parts Body Mounts (2pcs)
Tamiya 54910 CC-02 Full Ball Bearing Set
a new truck release
Tamiya 56361 1/14 Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3348 6×4 Tipper Red/Silver Edition
and some TB-05 parts
Tamiya 54905 TB-05 Aluminum Rear R Damper Stay Mount
Tamiya 54923 TB-05 Adjustable Ackerman Set
The research theme to decorate the end of the 20th century is 1/200 “Deluxe Musashi” where Tamiya built one metal-shaped tower as a wooden model maker.
Released in May 1959. It will be half a year after Marssan’s domestic first plastic model “SSN-571 Nautilus” is released in December 1983. Along with this wooden “Deluxe Musashi”, Nichimo’s first plastic model “I No. Submarine” (¥ 100) is listed in the advertisement at that time. It is a very interesting advertisement considering the plastic model Yamato, the leader of the new material, and the plastic model Yamato confrontation just after one year.
In the early 1930s, Tamiya released a large number of large warships, tanks, railroads, and other wooden models, and in particular, Musashi released various scales as flagships. As I mentioned earlier, I can even see that commitment as a counter-measure taken with the modelization of “Senkan Yamato”. As of 1955, 5 types, 7 types at the stage of this 1/200 “Deluxe Musashi”. And since the ship is rebuilt on each scale with the “Super Series” made of hollow-type integral molding, the number exceeds 10 types.
Let’s look at the kit. The sense of heavy weight is natural, and it is 6.5 kg and it is powerful enough. When you open the box, you will be overwhelmed by the main turret parts that jump in first, and then you will be surprised to see the wooden parts that make up the hull. A solid material envelope is also included, and the “General layout”, “Sized parts diagram”, and “Assembly illustration” are included respectively. In particular, the “general layout” is just a “drawing”, and this alone has a divine beauty. The hull is made by layering the front and the rear to the left and right, and the middle part is pasted to the left and right, and the lumber is passed sideways in the middle to become hollow. Even just assembling up to this point requires considerable skill, and it is an adult model. Unlike plastic models, parts no. The part number is the actual combination according to the “sizing of full size parts”. If you look at the “assembly diagram”, it is exactly the same as the assembly instructions of the latter model of plastic model, so it will be re-recognized how our generation has benefited. Since painting still starts from the groundwork making to this, considerable preparation is necessary. Considering the total length of 1m31cm, it is also difficult to decorate in the current housing circumstances.
TKK’s No. In the 2-axis propulsion using 5 motor (!) Or TKK65 motor, the center 2 distributes in gear to 4 axes because No. No. 4 motor is used and the screws on both sides are no. It is a 3 motor system that uses 2 motors respectively. The amount of dry batteries is an incredible number and is written as 12 to 24. It is originally a wooden model, so it will not sink, but it is an order of magnitude too. It is also noteworthy that a parts claim card is attached from this era.
Is there anyone who made this kit? There is an unanswered answer to the question. The finished product is on display at the other Tamiya history museum in Shizuoka. When I first saw it, I thought it would be a detail-up version of the plastic model because of the good quality of the work (this expression itself is a sloppy to the solid group), but when I looked closely, I was surprised twice. This finished product has been firmly mounted on “Tamiya model all work 3” and will be reproduced here (Mr. Nesco, forgive me for the end of the 20th century …). Everyone, please taste the wonderful technology of your predecessor.
In addition, the image of the kit of this 1/200 “Deluxe Musashi” has received cooperation from “Mr. Kitagawa”, thank you for being the last. I will introduce only the last name according to the request of the person, but I would like to express my gratitude again. Thank you very much.
Source in Japanese language
Tamiya Proudly Presents: The Lockheed® P-38®F/G Lightning® in 1/48 scale! It is without question that the P-38 is a unique fighter from World War II and it’s been one of our most requested subjects to be made. Thanks to our extensive research and ever-evolving mold making techniques, Tamiya’s designers have gone to great lengths to achieve the best fitting and most accurate P-38 Lightning F/G model assembly kit to date. We are sure this kit will adorn modelers collections and be the topic of discussion in the various model contests across the globe for the foreseeable future!
About the Lockheed P-38 Lightning
This WWII fighter was a daring design with twin booms and a piston engine in each, plus a central nacelle which housed the cockpit and armament (machine guns and cannon in the nose). Introduced in June 1941, the aircraft went on to be used extensively in the Pacific through WWII. The F variant was manufactured from April 1942 onward, and featured pylons for 150-gallon drop tanks to make it capable of longer bombing missions. Later P-38Gs had more powerful engines and could carry bigger 300-gallon drop tanks. The P-38 was used for interception, dive bombing, level bombing, ground attack, night fighting, photo reconnaissance, radar and visual pathfinding for bombers and evacuation missions, and extensively as a long-range escort fighter when equipped with drop tanks under its wings.
• 1/48 scale plastic model assembly kit. Fuselage length: 240mm, wingspan: 330mm.
• P-38F and P-38G variants can be built.
• The model creates a parked aircraft when assembled and complete.
• Features accurate depictions of early P-38 features such as slimline engine cowlings, intercoolers in leading edges, plus the curved canopy front.
• Weights are included in the kit to ensure correct balance of the model when displayed.
• The canopy can be assembled open or closed. When closed, it is a 1-part slide-molded piece with dedicated F and G variant parts. The hatch is shown open sideways on the P-38F, and vertically on the P-38G.
• A detailed cockpit features the wheel-type controls, radio, throttle box and more.
• Comes with parts to recreate two each of 150- and 300-gallon drop tanks.
• Includes two marking options: “White 147” P-38G which took part in the interception of Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto in April 1943 and “White 33” P-38F.
• Mirror stickers are included to recreate cockpit mirror and engine cowling interior surface sections.
• Comes with canopy masking stickers and a full-color painting guide.