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  2. Two days ago I downloaded manual for pack 8. It is nice to have cable harness under the hood. But why all «electronic parts» to be mounted to firewall does not have more meaningful names? Please fix it.
  3. I was able to still use it as is, only has 1 screw but it was tight enough for me to still get the crankshafts on, it looks amazing and looking forward to getting pack 3
  4. Yes, but strangely not visible on the original marketing photos
  5. Lol, thought this was Agora, not Eaglemoss 🤣🤣
  6. Have you asked CS? I think many of us would like to know the colour shade used (it looks to have a metallic finish if I am not mistaken?). A good replacement source and if possible a RAL number would be ideal.
  7. Kitman

    Pack 2 issues

    Very surprising as each of the casts would have been thoroughly inspected. A gentle application of a small drill bit should fix the problem.
  8. It would certainly be more practical if the weight-bearing components were metal, as they are on many 1:8 scale models. Moreover, this also benefits screw-tightening and the overall quality of the finished vehicle.
  9. A couple more black and white shots - really brings out the detail. And some shots showing the decking after the wash was applied.
  10. Hey, I just started building the pack 2 and came across this, anyone else having this issue? I found a hole wasn’t properly drilled out on 010-04 so it won’t accept or take the 010-03 screw
  11. Yesterday
  12. There are two lengths of joints I believe. The shorter 3 are for the finger joints and 1 longer to connect to the hand. The plastic tubes are also different lengths, so mabe you used a hand joint part on the finger joint?
  13. Do you mean the finger joint caps? Are they not gluing and coming apart? I used regular super glue on the tip of a toothpick and put glue inside the hole and spiral around a bit, then put the cap on and squeezed it for a minute and worked almost every time.
  14. You were right. I just ordered the clips. Thanks.
  15. The original is my favorite. Not only for the story but also the way it was filmed; didn't need a giant budget to be hugely effective.
  16. I've not gotten that far yet but today I did get an email from Partwork Upgrades saying that they had developed a 'clip' that fits around the bottom of the neck to stop it falling forward.
  17. ... And success. Part 84 - A stress free and enjoyable build.
  18. Last week
  19. Short 1 minute video showing build and wobble test. 🙂
  20. I wanted to try and improve on the stand that is supplied in issue 84, where we have to hold our masterpiece in a slightly insecure way. Anyway, I found some offcuts in the shed and spent an hour building an improved jig that holds the deck securely in place. First batch of pics shows the build process - very simple. Deck is locked in place by the 6 screws. 2 at either end and another 2 on the sides. Good News - I installed the module last night and connected up the wiring. No catastrophes, no issues and no stress. It was actually a very enjoyable process. Happy Days.
  21. I've been building my T-800 and got up to pack 8 when I decided to to stand it upright using a guitar rack (works pretty good btw) and I noticed the head seems loose and doesn't stay up. Are there supports that get put in later, or do I have a problem?
  22. My favorite is the original, but I believe Dark Fate is the first of a trio of new Terminator movies produced by James Cameron. Looking forward to more.
  23. FINGERS MOD What will you need: 1) M3xOD4mmX5mm brass inserts - https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B07MJP74SZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1&fbclid=IwAR29WlU3N0F-BkogXIsoEs1FRiaZaVWhOifcK2tZsCXxqempmd9AbLgV-Xs 2) Screws M3x3mm - https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B08LD8V867/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1&fbclid=IwAR0SkLHFEyQhN65EjIFvoZyZr133YoVgKpj_QUtQ5O7kWntPwG8yP-hDdfw 3) Washers ID4mm 4) Screws glue 5) fine round file and basic tools Video of building here:
  24. Same here, broke while turning the model over. Waiting for replacement parts for the axle. Will also have to undo a good part of the model to replace the parts. I also think due to the weight of the model that the axles should be metal.
  25. I really would be surprised if superglue held the axle properly, or even epoxy. There's a lot of weight in the finished build. Mine broke at the same point and I had to replace the axle part by partially stripping the model down.
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