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In this video, I take out the HG P407 on a water run to see how waterproof it is.

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In this video, I spend some time Rock Crawling at the Creek with my HG P407 (Tamiya Bruiser Clone / 타미야 브루져 카피).

My HG P407 is in the process of going through a transformation. Some of the changes are modified to accept 12mm Hex so that I can use 1.9" beadlock wheels, removed chunky electronics box, and battery and electronics are relocated.

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In this video, I review the dirt and rock climbing abilities of my recently modified HG P407 (Tamiya Bruiser Clone / 타미야 브루져 카피).

My HG P407 is in the process of going through a transformation. Modified to accept 12mm Hex so that I can use 1.9" beadlock wheels, removed chunky electronics box, and battery and electronics are relocated. And all of these are just some of the changes.

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In this video, I show you how to modify HG P407 (Tamiya Bruiser Clone / 타미야 브루져 카피) to improve crawling performance: Battery Relocation (front weight bias) & Removal of Electronics Box (shaving off weight from the rear).

My HG P407 is in the process of going through a transformation. Modified to accept 12mm Hex so that I can use 1.9" beadlock wheels, removed chunky electronics box, and battery and electronics are relocated. And all of these are just some of the changes.

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Here are the 7 Best Upgrades and Mods for HG P407 for improving overall quality and all-out performance.

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Hi Guys;

some years ago I restored a Blazing Blazer.

Here there are some shots that show how it was before...

Here are two vintage Mounty' s body parts set, Japan limited edition from 2007.

To be honest, I' ve three of them, but one hasn' t the original box...

Cheers

Hi Guys;

this is my nib re-re Bruiser, that I bought some years ago, with all the optional parts for the chassis, like a slipper clutch, two piece wheels, black bumper tree and the driver tree.

Cheers.

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Hi Guys;

here are some pics of my NIB Bruiser.

This one is a very first series production one, infact it has the four digit "kit" code, instead of the later five digit "item" code.

Enjoy the pics.

Cheers.

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Have had a brand new Trail Finder 2 for years but no body came with it (traded for it)

 

Now I can finally turn it into something :) 

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I have had this truck for almost 30 years! 

Stopped driving it when the prices went up before the re-release etc, no idea what they are worth today.

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Looking to pick one up! Where did you guys get yours from, or better yet where should I get mine from? Needs to ship to Canada. Thanks :) 

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Video "Having a Fun Time with HG P407" is uploaded. I had fun time playing with it, but I had as much fun time putting together the video. HG P407 brings smiles to my face.
 
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This is my HG P407 ...

Modifications :

add 2 spacer (brass washers) into the gear box to improve gear changement 

Front servo 20 KG for better steering

FPV camera + FatShark 

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This rip-roaring R/C model assembly kit recreates the Toyota Hilux, a pick-up truck which has enjoyed enduring popularity in the U.S., Japan and beyond. The model employs a ladder frame like that on the actual car, and is powered by a 3-speed transmission that offers 4WD (1st gear) and 2WD (2nd and 3rd gears) and allows gear changing while running. The realism doesn't stop there, with the sturdy suspension featuring metal axle housings, leaf springs and shackles, while the rear setup is fitted with a radius rod. A metal front under guard helps the model take on tough off-road conditions. The detailed and durable injection-molded body with roll bar is married to metal-plated wheels on 123mm diameter tires to give the model a stylish, high-lift appearance.

About the Toyota Truck
The Toyota Hilux has enjoyed sustained popularity in Japan and across the world since the first model's debut in 1968. The 3rd generation 30/40 Series appeared in 1978, with the RN36 model developed for export markets. It featured a sporty, lightweight body and was powered by a 98hp 1,968cc 4-cylinder gasoline engine. Furthermore, its live axle suspension featured front leaf spring shackles located toward the rear to provide a sufficient approach angle for superb off-road performance. Front/rear flared fenders and large tires gave the truck a tall, aggressive stance, the look complemented by the chunky front grille and dual rounded headlights. The RN36 was mainly exported to North America, but was also later sold in Japan and there are still many fans of this pick-up to this day.

• 1/10 scale R/C model assembly kit. Length: 525mm, width: 278mm, height: 275mm. Tread: 200mm (front)/218mm (rear). Wheelbase: 287mm.
• Features a realistic injection molded body with roll bar.
• The chassis is based around a ladder frame like that of the actual car, and is powered by a 3-speed transmission with 4WD (1st gear) and 2WD (2nd and 3rd gears), employing a universal drive shaft.
• Sturdy suspension features metal axle housings, leaf springs and shackles, while the rear setup is fitted with a radius rod.
• Differentials in die cast axle housings front and rear make for smooth turns.
• Front & rear large diameter tires are paired with stylish plated wheels.
• Includes 540-brushed type motor.
• Separately available LEDs can be installed in the light cases to depict realistic head and tail lights.
• Requires: 4-channel Tamiya Attack radio, steering servo, ESC, 7.2volt battery pack with compatible charger, and Tamiya TS and acrylic paints to complete.