RC Moke racing

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RC Moke racing

Post by Weske » Wed Mar 13, 2013 20:50

Hi,

We have the space on the IMMM for a small RC racing. So bring your remote control Moke, en enjoy the fun. You can also use it for the static show if you are fast 8)

If you have a photo of your RC Moke, please post it here already.

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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Daniel » Sat Mar 16, 2013 20:48

Great idea, Wesley!

That makes me some work to finish my RC Moke. :)
Will post some pictures as soon I have finished it!

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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by grantourer » Sat Mar 16, 2013 22:35

So, this will be a 3 way contest. Germany, Belguim and UK. I will put up a bottle of bubbles for the winner. Should be excellent fun!!!!!!
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Gijzzy » Sun Mar 17, 2013 17:02

First things first.
1. Decide to join IMMM
2. Decide to start make the rc moke
3. and perhaps finish the rc moke

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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Weske » Sun Mar 17, 2013 17:53

Ok, nr 1 and 2 is good for me .... but 3 finish :mrgreen:

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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by janz » Tue Apr 09, 2013 23:50

RC Moke is getting there. Almost ready... but not quite. Having lots of fun with it though. Need to paint grill, wheels and bumpers and fix screen and frame. I might end up concentrating more on preservation than winning the RC race. Let's hope other RC Mokers will drive like Granny too :lol:

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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Daniel » Sun Jun 23, 2013 15:58

Hi,

I think we should talk about the frequencies of our remote controls for the race to avoid any interference problems!

Let´s start a participant list:

Daniel: 40MHz FM at channel 91



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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by janz » Mon Jun 24, 2013 8:48

Think mine is just the cheapo 27 MHz.... just checked, it is 27.145 MHz. Not sure what colour flag that would be :lol: it's in an old Sanwa Saber Dash controller from the late 80's

Just checked again http://www.ukrcc.org/27mhz.html 27.145 MHz is channel 19, and is a yellow flag (sorry Wesley and Daniel) I will try and get a 27.195 crystal which has a green flag 8)
Have a spare 26.975 MHz (black) in case of interference
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by teardrop » Sun Jul 28, 2013 15:48

I do find that this is very limited , so therefore you should be letting in other cars, UNLESS of course we are going to produce these shells ourselfs
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Weske » Sun Jul 28, 2013 16:45

yes, you have a point. These are very limited. But if you have a other RC car, also welcome !!

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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Wally2 » Sun Jul 28, 2013 21:13

In that case I'II bring the Tiger 1 !!!
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by grantourer » Sun Jul 28, 2013 22:29

Well Chris, if you promise to come to IMMM2013. I will get my King Tiger finished, and we can have a race. I have laid the gauntlet down, will you pick it up?
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Wally2 » Sun Jul 28, 2013 22:43

Hi Graham,
No use racing with my Tiger ! as I fitted it with extra reduction gears to make it more 'authentic' which it does and it now goes as slow as the Moke!!!
So will have to decline picking the gauntlet up, apart from the fact that Luxembourg is rather a long way!
my seats are definately not as comfy as yours look, mind you will you be trailering yours over?
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by grantourer » Mon Jul 29, 2013 6:32

Hi Chris, yes it will be trailered behind the Mokahome.
Regards, Graham & Judith
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Re: RC Moke racing

Post by Gijzzy » Tue Aug 20, 2013 20:23

Step three:
Now I have to find my car, batteries, remote and hoping it is still working :? .

No guarantee given I will bring it. :oops:

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