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DaytonaTim

Member Since 06 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Sep 20 2014 02:41 AM
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In Topic: TDR 1/24 Turbos?

21 August 2014 - 06:56 AM

Hey guys, Tim from TDR here.

 

Just click on this link and you will be taken to the turbo section of our website catalog.  At the top of the page you will see a dimensioned picture of the tubos we offer.  click on the small pic and it will expand to a large pic where you can see all the dimensions of the turbos we sell.  You will just have to divide them by the scale you are working in.

 

https://sites.google.../turbo-chargers

 

Lastly, we are starting a major push to get our parts down into the 1/25 scale size.  The printing technology is starting to let us get down there now.  I currently pushing the BBC kits down into the small scales, check them out when you get the time.

 

look for us on Facebook.

 

Thanks

Tim

TDR Innovations


In Topic: Not yet, but soon - VW Squareback

19 June 2014 - 08:13 AM

Just a peek at something closely related that is being worked on in the TDR Skunk Works.

 

Notchback2-vi.jpg

 

 

 

Notchback1-vi.jpg


In Topic: Shucky's turbos?

06 June 2014 - 03:17 AM

TDR Innovations just started offering some turbos in the smaller scales.

 

https://sites.google.../turbo-chargers


In Topic: 3d printed chassis

05 April 2014 - 03:05 AM

Hey Chuck:

 

Be sure and look at the video on our website on how to finish out this material.  I say this because using the superglue method on these frames will help with strength.  Here is a link to the page

 

https://sites.google...f-material-info

 

Chassis really are one of the best areas for 3D printing.  Chassis are tough to make by hand and very tough or impossible for manufacturers to injection mold.  For 3D printing though it is just another part. 

 

Keep an eye out as we intend to expand into this area of modeling.

 

Tim

TDRinnovations.com


In Topic: 289 HiPo

14 February 2014 - 11:49 AM

 

Keep in mind that this engine is only really correct for a '63 or early '64 car (after that Ford went to the six bolt bellhousing) Fairlanes, Galaxies, Falcons, Comets and Mustangs built before 8/64 had five bolt blocks.

 

Nope, that bellhousing was used on mustangs all the way up to at least Nov 25 1964.  That was when my 65 Mustang was built and it had the 5 bolt bellhousing, and the 3 bolt crank shaft pulley.  It also had a bunch of other 64 1/2 items too but it was a 65.  Ford must have cleaning out the storeroom when they made my old stang.

 

Keep up the good work, it is nice to see someone working up some nice old Hi-Po ford parts.