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Tomytec Railway Collection to working model

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GeorgeHInch

Hey guys,

 

I recently bought a Tomytec Railway Collection Gudetama Seibu 30000 系. Tomytec suggest using the TM-08R motor kit, TT-04R wheel set and 0284 pantograph.

 

This doesn't add lighting or keep there interior pieces though. I'm curious if anyone has taken the railway collection trains and added the frame from another manufacturer before?

 

In this case it, Greenmax seems to make a set with motor and cab cars that could questionably have these car bodies placed on top.

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ben_issacs

GeorgeHinch

 

With most N scale EMUs and DMUs, there's always one car with the motor and drive stuff in it, so no chance of putting anything in those cars.

Lighting non-motorised Tomytec cars is difficult, as they dont have elec. pickup on the non-motorised cars.

 

Using motor units other than Tomytec, no clues on this, a matter of experimentation

 

Bill, 

Melbourne.

 

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Gordon Werner
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17 hours ago, GeorgeHInch said:

Hey guys,

 

I recently bought a Tomytec Railway Collection Gudetama Seibu 30000 系. Tomytec suggest using the TM-08R motor kit, TT-04R wheel set and 0284 pantograph.

 

This doesn't add lighting or keep there interior pieces though. I'm curious if anyone has taken the railway collection trains and added the frame from another manufacturer before?

 

In this case it, Greenmax seems to make a set with motor and cab cars that could questionably have these car bodies placed on top.

 

 

ISM Works has what you're looking for (I think) ... https://ism-works.shop-pro.jp/?pid=137065753 here's a link to the instructions so you'd know what you're getting into ahead of time: http://file001.shop-pro.jp/PA01262/858/pdf/sb-3000.pdf

 

I've managed to add lighting to some of my Keihan Otsu line models ... along with power https://ism-works.shop-pro.jp/?pid=89515052

Edited by Gordon Werner

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