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Malc's Mclaren MP4/4 Options
maurizio67
#281 Posted : 21 May 2017 11:10:35

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HI MALC

CAN YOU SPEND HOW TO INSTALL ON THE COCKPIT WIRE BAND SET ???
I DO NOT KNOW AS ITS INSTALLATION ...Glare Glare Glare
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#282 Posted : 22 May 2017 08:34:42

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maurizio67 wrote:
HI MALC

CAN YOU SPEND HOW TO INSTALL ON THE COCKPIT WIRE BAND SET ???
I DO NOT KNOW AS ITS INSTALLATION ...Glare Glare Glare


Hi Maurizio,

I do not understand your question. Could you send a Picture please.

Malc.
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#283 Posted : 22 May 2017 09:28:57

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If you can help me, I do not know how to install
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#284 Posted : 26 May 2017 08:06:41

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Sorry for this question, I will try to understand it alone
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#285 Posted : 26 May 2017 13:59:32

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maurizio67 wrote:
Sorry for this question, I will try to understand it alone


Hi Maurizio,

No problem. I hope the "sketch" below helps. I formed the parts and then superglue to the body of the car.BigGrin
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#286 Posted : 26 May 2017 14:05:44

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Very good thank you
Then the photo engraving is pasted
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#287 Posted : 26 May 2017 15:50:27

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Very good thank you
Then the photo engraving is pasted


It's a pleasure.
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#288 Posted : 11 July 2017 07:06:52

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RM1 wrote:
And it includes the "Maflbero" decal set !!!!BigGrin


I malc, I use your topic build as references like the mfh boo to build my MP4/4.

I have a question.

This decals set that ave you posted is included with the DeAgostini pack?

I've also bought the Autograph and MSM decals, but i have the fear to make some mistake for correct decal position.
This kit is a template set to fit in right position the extra decals?

I hope to explain me quite good.

Thanks in advance.
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#289 Posted : 14 July 2017 15:21:56

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Hi Francesco,

I think you have two questions:

1. The Decal set that I posted was received with the last pack of parts. ( pack 20 )

2. I don't have a template guide to position the Autograph decals and had to use some guess work.

Malc.

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#290 Posted : 14 September 2017 01:38:14

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Wonderful build mate. I am in the middle of building mine ;)

May I ask where you got the FIA sticker on the Intake Plenum chamber and the stickers for the brake calipers?

I would love those as they look a real treat.

Thanks and Regards

Andre
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#291 Posted : 17 September 2017 10:32:48

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Wonderful build mate. I am in the middle of building mine ;)

May I ask where you got the FIA sticker on the Intake Plenum chamber and the stickers for the brake calipers?

I would love those as they look a real treat.

Thanks and Regards

Andre



Hi Andre, That FIA decal came on the Museum collection general sponser decal set. Also included are things like the brake caliper heat sensors and steering wheel stitching detail.
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#292 Posted : 17 September 2017 15:35:43

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Roger that. Thanks Malcolm. Time to press the old order button ASAP :)
Cheers
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#293 Posted : 14 November 2017 14:53:20

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The battery has one of it's connections standing vertically with no cable so I've added a cable and connector more or less as it appears in photos of the real thing.

hello malc, where did you find the bar that holds the engine to the bottom dish? thank you
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hello malc, where did you find the bar that holds the engine to the bottom dish? thank you[/quote]

Hi Maurizio.

I think you mean the part arrowed in the picture below?

If so then this is the undertray support rod. I made it from a thin steel wire a ( 0.5mm I think ) and the triangular bracket was cut from 0.070mm steel shim stock and formed at the edges. The bolts were from a photo etch sheet of nuts and bolt heads.


Hope that helps.
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You would think you were looking at the real thing.

A very nice model you have yourself there.
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#296 Posted : 15 November 2017 13:28:16

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hello malc, where did you find the bar that holds the engine to the bottom dish? thank you


Hi Maurizio.

I think you mean the part arrowed in the picture below?

If so then this is the undertray support rod. I made it from a thin steel wire a ( 0.5mm I think ) and the triangular bracket was cut from 0.070mm steel shim stock and formed at the edges. The bolts were from a photo etch sheet of nuts and bolt heads.


Hope that helps.
Malc.
[/quote]
thanks to malc, I meant that particular, now I understand how to do the piece
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RM1 wrote:

hello malc, where did you find the bar that holds the engine to the bottom dish? thank you


Hi Maurizio.

I think you mean the part arrowed in the picture below?

If so then this is the undertray support rod. I made it from a thin steel wire a ( 0.5mm I think ) and the triangular bracket was cut from 0.070mm steel shim stock and formed at the edges. The bolts were from a photo etch sheet of nuts and bolt heads.


Hope that helps.
Malc.

thanks to malc, I meant that particular, now I understand how to do the piece[/quote]

Glad to be of help BigGrin
Here's the other view of it.
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#298 Posted : 15 November 2017 14:11:58

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birdaj2 wrote:
You would think you were looking at the real thing.

A very nice model you have yourself there.


Thanks Tony. I appreciate your comments
Malc.
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#299 Posted : 26 December 2017 17:36:45

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hello malc, what pink dye did you use for the radiator tube? thanks in advance for your reply
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#300 Posted : 27 December 2017 11:30:56

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hello malc, what pink dye did you use for the radiator tube? thanks in advance for your reply


Hi Maurizio,

I used a Tamiya Clear red ( X27 ) which I carefully sucked (by mouth) into the tube then sealed the ends.

Hope that helps.

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