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How to build up MS2.0 aqua whale

Discussion in 'MS' started by ODN@UDA, Dec 31, 2019.

  1. ODN@UDA

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    I tried to explain how to build up whale machine.

    MS2.0 is a whale system with Aquatic-arm.

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    Machine Name: Ava-roA "海豹王"

    Test run video:
     
  2. Drew

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    I was in the process of making something like this, then I got side tracked halfway through xD
     
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    this is awesome, thanks for sharing with us !
     
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    is this a legal setup?
     
  5. ODN@UDA

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    Yes, Aqua can pass the Tamiya regulations.
     
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    I have a question, how do you prevent the front arm to get stuck in the track wall ? I'm building a similar setup and it's my main concern since y can't put an under guard, what would you recommend?
     
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    https://poke4wd.hatenablog.com/entry/2019/11/15/004148
    Is this blog helpful?
    (My blog is in Japanese.)
    The creation of the arm looks like this.
    Do you know this?
     

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