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Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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cbk57 wrote:What did you paint those goldfish colors brackets on the second engine pic? I have seen that look on other kits and want to get into that tonal range if I build one. I just got a great deal on a 312 t4 package. For years I have had some references saved on my computer actually to build one of these.
hi cbk57,great to have good documentation on the pc,I used a mix 1 part of tamyia x8 and 1 part of tamyia xf16 following the kit manual, good assembly is a great kit.
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Gearbox plus engine starter.
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Fittings and nuts rear brakes by T2M.
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Nice soft weathering. I like it. It looks realistically and doesn't look excessive. :)
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front bar adjustment with RB motion Ball Throttle Linkage 1/12 scale
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improve rear air intakes.
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Hiro and Tamiya for seatbelts.
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It's coming along very nicely.

I started this kit many years ago (probably around 1990 I think) and ended up abandoning it!

I still have the boxer engine sitting in a box though. I have been getting the itch to take on another one and your project here is really inspiring me to go for it.

Keep up the great work!
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Thank you ringleheim i'am very glad for your comment,this car is on gestation from much time and the wish to terminate is very strong.

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Re: Ferrari 312 T4 Tamiya

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Great work so far! I have an odd question; do you know the width of the kit-supplied tires? I have an TVF1 wheel set, but seem way to big for the 312T(for which I purchased the wheels. TVF1, as far as I know, only made wheels for the T4(hindsight knowledge). To my knowledge, the tires are more or less the same size on the 'T' and 'T4''. Let me know!

Jesse
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