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Spal
#61 Posted : 13 June 2017 12:51:53

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Some great extra detailing going into this build Cool

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#62 Posted : 15 June 2017 07:26:44

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Spal wrote:
Some great extra detailing going into this build Cool

Al



Thanks too much Al Blushing

Yesterday in afternoon i had some time to work on my Mclaren.


Watching the mfh book, i think the turbos and exhaust system need a detail
It was the first time for me to work on exhaust system. I just used Tamiya spray, Tamiya weathering and washing

In the first step i coated the turbos in titanium silver, but they appeared too much champagne tone.

I gave a new aluminum coat, and finally a washed and weathered to give a little bit deep
Watching the mfh book, i noticed that the turbos’s bolts and the exhaust flange nuts are brass metal. I tried to replicate it on my exhaust system

The exhaust manifold and the tailpipes need a little bit darker like the real car, I specially took care the race pics on references book.

i gave two smoke coat on manifold and turbo
After the smoking i weathered the first manifold to give (i think) a little more realism. I hope to made a good job.
Finally for this day, i use the putty “to weld” the tailpipe, some primer and final aluminum coat. In the next step I’ll smoked them.

After the smoked I’ll try to made the wastegate heat shield on tailpipe
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#63 Posted : 15 June 2017 07:58:46

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Nice work, a lot of detail there. BigGrin

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#64 Posted : 21 June 2017 08:03:31

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After 4 working days I completed the turbo and exhaust unit
I start with manifold-turbo-wastegate.

Before to start the work, I looked closely the reference book
As usual there are differences between race and museum car. The wastegate on museum car is naked. On the race car there’s a aluminium cowl for cooling the wastegate.

After some little coat of smoke on the wastegate side to manifold (Suddendly i finished it with weathering) , i cowled the wastegate with aluminum foil to recreate the cooling cowl.

In the future I try to replicate the bracket of the hose fitted on rocker cover. This bracket fix the cooling hose for the wastegate.

Then I continued with the manifold; watching the race car I liked too much the dark color of exhaust system and I start to try to replicate it.

After some paint test I proceeded to paint the manifold and the first piece of turbo unit. I cleaned the parts with Tamiya x20. After 2 coat of smoke TS71, one drying day and finally the final touch with weathering mixing dark gray and brown.

In the pics are showed the 2 manifolds. The right is finished, the left one in just painted an waiting for weathering.

After a dry test fit, I fixed the manifolds on engine unit.

After the manifold I mounted the turbos.

At the moment I leave them as showed, but when I finished the model I create a aluminum collar for turbo and intercooler, I don’t like the gap between turbos and intercoolers
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#65 Posted : 21 June 2017 08:17:09

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Once placed manifolds and turbo the next job are the exhaust pipes.

With the usual MFH book on hand, I focused on the 2 external exhausts that have a heat shield just under the wastegate.

After painting the 4 tubes, I wanted to replicate that heat shield.

With aluminum foil (I bought a sheet of 0.16 thick) and scissors I produced 2 pieces. When I blunted I started thinking about how to give it the curvature of the exhaust.

With the caliber I measured the diameter of the exhaust, after I checked the diameter, the hard thing was to find a suitable tool for curving the heat shield. The diameter of the exhaust is the same of the blade.

Once the shields were shaped, with tape I recreated the ties. Before going to place the shields I passed the exhaust with the weathering to give it the burnished effect.

Finally I went to the final assembly of the entire exhaust system. To fit it, the instructions said to use the bottom of the underbody bottom as a template ... .in my opinion is one of the harder fitting work to do on this model. To get a decent position I took almost one day between the right line and the left line.

But in the I completed and the end result seems to me pretty good.
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#66 Posted : 21 June 2017 16:52:42

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Great work Cool nice touch with the heatshields.

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#67 Posted : 21 June 2017 22:49:52

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This is looking fab, loving the added detailing....well done....Drool Drool

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#68 Posted : 23 June 2017 11:02:23

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After pondering and some tests I have always postponed a job that I can’t really leave: the purple ergal collars of the sleeves that converge from the intercooler to the suction manifold. In the first photo are those circled in red.
I tried with the circular section of a straw and the size was just ... the color instead is a nightmare.

Not to be crazy I remembered an old technique that I used in school for technical drawing: colored films (of which purple is also present).
My intention is to do 2 tests.
The first one is on a white paperboard to attach the purple film and see the effect.
The second is to color in aluminum the cardboard and then put the film on.
Once the most likely tonality is found, I produce 4 strips of cardstock, I buckle them and finally stick them to simulate these collars.

Another project (I hope easy): the tube bracket circled in green.

Moving to the second photo (in my opinion this is the car that race in Monaco) there are differences.

In the red circle it is evident that there is a further heat shield on the flat bottom, as that zone must be critical for the temperatures ... I think I will replicate it using a metal plate with the same heat shield film of the flat bottom.

In the green circle is the tube that starts from the engine oil reservoir and goes to the oil cooler exchanger on the dx side of the engine. My attention is on these details: from the blue ergal joint there is a first piece of yellow rubber, and then the aluminum sheath.... if I can, I try to replicate it.

In the yellow circle, in place of the heat shields of the wastegate, theRE’ARE "small chimneys", which in my opinion incorporate some sensors placed on the exhaust pipe (in the version with the wastegate heatshield, these chimneys are moved back and internally)

Finally (I did not post here the photo, but see in the previous photos of the references) the turbo are connected to the intercoolers by silicone sleeves (red), I think to reproduce it with red shrink tube.
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#69 Posted : 23 June 2017 11:29:30

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Cool Great work so far. look forward to seeing your progress. Ian Cool BigGrin Drool
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#70 Posted : 26 June 2017 07:26:50

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ian smith wrote:
Cool Great work so far. look forward to seeing your progress. Ian Cool BigGrin Drool


Thanks too much Ian.

In the past week I started to made some extras that I saw in the book.

After polishing the turbos duct (only outside face) with the 3 tamiya compounds ,I placed the wastegate cooling joints. In this step I connected the joints to the ducts and then placed the corrugated pipe.
In the package was 2 right joints . I try to solve the problem, I warmed one of the two to give it the left shape. I solved the problem.
From photo references the corrugated tubes (that are fitted on joint) are banded with aluminum, I add the aluminum tape on them.

I also tried to recreate the brackets attached to rocker covers.
I made brackets with scissors, aluminum foil and some smoothing.

Another small detail: the additional heat shield plates placed under the turbos unit. Here again with the same material of the brackets, I created the plates. Then I coated with the same sheet of aluminum supplied in the kyosho kit. Once finished I have positioned them and I feel they are quite good.

Then I separated the engine from the monocoque to fit the latest turbo lubrication pipes.
Once cut to right size, I have banded them with aluminum after watching the references photos.

I connected the RA 168 E to the gearbox.

Always following the photos, I noticed that the oil cooling tube (that start from the oil reservoir and goes to the heat exchanger to the side of the engine), in the first part has a yellow sleeve and then is coated with aluminum heat. Here, too, I tried to do my best with shrink tube and aluminum foil.

Some other jumper and some details here and around and the gear-change unit is ready to be permanently mounted on the MP4 / 4.
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#71 Posted : 26 June 2017 09:19:55

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Very nice, your attention to detail is brilliant.

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#72 Posted : 26 June 2017 13:18:00

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Great stuff as always BigGrin
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#73 Posted : 03 July 2017 10:49:32

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Let's go ahead with the project


I did the collars but I'm not completely satisfied with the color. I did not find the purple.
I took the cardboard, I painted it with violet pencil, I drilled it, I covered with matt tape and finally mounted on collectors. I quite satisfied for the final shape, but the color is still working. I'll see if I can find a pen or pencil with a darker purple.


I started off with my belt and started to look at the seat.
As a detail to add, I noticed the additional cushions above the shoulders at the height of the BOSS logo.
But my attention has fallen on this: the seat’s shell.
In all the photos I see clearly that the sides have tape strips. This tape seems very thin to make it look like a padding. At the center of the seat there is nothing but only carbon fiber and there is the presence of a lumbar cushion (in the picture it is very dark but on the book you see pretty well).
In another photo one always sees the tapes that holds a neoprene or black foam sheet that seems more real.
I don’t Ayrton just races with the suit directly contact to the carbon of the shell ....i think that it seems extremely uncomfortable and painful, but I ask you what do you think about it.


With the neoprene sheath (appropriately reduced in thickness) I wanted to do the back panel, but at this point I do not know if doing the neoprene sheath, or only replicate the tapes on the sides.

When I finished my belts I went ahead with the various control units and sensors.
The control unit immediately behind the fuel filler (which I believe is a telemetry control unit) has some shortcomings:
- has six bolts: 4 black and 2 violet
- above the big control unit there are 2 smaller ones, one of which has an aluminum wedge holed on the sides
- The upper control units have some cables (4 on the one fitted on the wedge and 2 cables with an aluminum connector on the side one)


With the help of drill I tried to reproduce the holes and finally (after stroking a mobile phone charge ) I added the black wires. After giving a hand of gold and a smoke I redone the connectors and in the end I wired all the car control units.
Finally I started the cockpit that is quite real except in the instruction there are 2 inverted buttons. I’ll paint the instrument panel bolts and I’ll add the button labels.
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#74 Posted : 03 July 2017 11:39:27

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Great detailing ! BigGrin
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Great detailing ! BigGrin


Thanks too much Malc!

Yesterday i complet the cockpit positioning the switch label and add a little paint detailind to the nut bolt a nut fuel and boost switch.

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This is an amazing build Francesco and the level of extra detail that you are adding is stunning.

A joy to watch, very well done!! Drool Drool Cool

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#77 Posted : 05 July 2017 00:34:33

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Really enjoying your build Francesco BigGrin it's a real credit to your skills.

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#78 Posted : 05 July 2017 06:19:36

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This is an amazing build Francesco and the level of extra detail that you are adding is stunning.

A joy to watch, very well done!! Drool Drool Cool

Kev Smile


Thanks kev, i would like to do the best for Ayrton' first championship winning car. BigGrin
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#79 Posted : 05 July 2017 06:22:40

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Spal wrote:
Really enjoying your build Francesco BigGrin it's a real credit to your skills.

Al


Thanks to you Al Blushing . When i started the project, i tought to build out fo box. Proceeding with building and whatching you, i took courage to add extra details.
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#80 Posted : 05 July 2017 09:14:51

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A joy to follow, excellent work....Drool Drool

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