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  1. I need some help from y'all! I am expanding my lay-out with the Tomytec moving bus system. I got one of the starter sets but for the most of it I will be designing and bustling my own roads and bus stops. I will be running a number of busses and by means of a sort of block system, prevent that they run into each other. So I got myself some extra buses, i.e. two Yokohama city buses. Below you see the package. Now I am struggling to find out which motor unit belongs to this bus. Tomytec manages to confuse the hell out of me with their descriptions of which buses belong to each motor unit. There is no look-up table that tells you which motor belongs to e.g. a JB041-2. The Tomytec customer service page (allowing to contact them by E-mail) is not responding (not very Japanese). Who can help me to find which motor unit fits my new buses? Many thanks Jan
  2. I just received from Japan The Tomytec Moving Bus System Basic Set B2. Well, speaking no Japanese I looked at pictures and was able to construct this simple little set. I already knew the batteries were tough to install, but having the correct tools sure helps! A tiny Philips head screwdriver does the trick. I ran the bus all night and woke up to a dead bus, but it works like a charm. Haha... This IS FUN! I'm sorry, I think I posted in the wrong place!
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