Tamiya Scania R620 with MFC-01 demonstrating its special functions controlled via a Spektrum DX6i
Tamiya Scania R620 with MFC-01 demonstrating its special functions
controlled via a Spektrum DX6i.
Edit April 2012: I have had heaps of questions regarding the video. Despite
what Tamiya, Spektrum or Futaba says, it is possible to configure your own
radio to work with the MFC-01 (or any other Tamiya multifunction unit).
What you need is a four channel radio that has dual rates. Dual rates have
two settings, 0 (off), 1 (on). In 0, have your travel range set at 66%, and
in 1, set it to 100%. Run through your MFC-01 setup with dual rates set at
0. Thus, when you engage setting 1, you access the special functions. You
will see me flicking switches during the video. That's me activating the
Hope it works for you guys, because it works in every single one of my
Tamiya models that use an multifunction unit - Tiger, Pershing, Leopard,
Panther, and Scania.
BMW M3 E46 Roll-over crash in Nürburgring VLN race
More action here: http://goo.gl/SW5sCC
I pull the trusty pocketcam out just as the first few drops of rain fall on
Wehrseifen. An E46 driver loses control on the entry to the corner, and
ends up rolling all the way around. Race was the VLN #2 of 2012 and this
was only the second lap of a four-hour event!
RC BMW E30 M3 by OORBI part1/3
BMW e30 M3 200 mm bodyshell from HPI Racing. Painted by me personally. It's
placed one Tamiya TT-01 chassis adn HPI wheels with 6mm offset.
Isn't she beautiful ?????
Beskydy kit show 2010
Traditional model exhibition in Koprivnice, Czech Republic involving
plastic kits and radio controlled models. We had a pile of soft sand. Due
to very rainy weather it was covered with a simple tarp to prevent the
models from being washed too much.
The spectators could see some very interesting radio controlled models -
some of them were in the public for the first time.