Dapol 08

Discussion in 'Talk' started by Ressaldar, 21 March 2016.

  1. Compton castle

    Compton castle Western Thunderer

    Speaking To Richard he said they were under construction now. I suppose they could fly a batch over to save time.
     
  2. Temeraire

    Temeraire Western Thunderer

    22-29 days depending on which port they ship out of and the service used....
     
  3. Scale7JB

    Scale7JB Western Thunderer

    Who's going to be brave enough to do the first S7 conversion?

    JB.
     
  4. richard_t

    richard_t Active Member

  5. 40126

    40126 Western Thunderer

    I've got a green one on order with Hattons

    Steve :cool:
     
  6. Jordan

    Jordan Mid-Western Thunderer

    Ditto but Blue. :)
     
  7. adrian

    adrian Flying Squad

    Please don't turn this into a (RMWeb) MRJ thread. :'(
     
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  8. Andrew Thompson

    Andrew Thompson Western Thunderer

    For information

    I have received an e mail today that Hattons have taken delivery of O8 in blue wasp stripes . May be others just in case any one is interested .

    Andrew
     
  9. Osgood

    Osgood Western Thunderer

    Is that blue and black, or blue and yellow?

    Hat, coat, Smiley taxi.gif
     
  10. Cliff Williams

    Cliff Williams Western Thunderer

  11. Pugsley

    Pugsley Western Thunderer

  12. daifly

    daifly Western Thunderer

    I did find one but it's very rare!
     
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  13. DougT

    DougT Western Thunderer

    The image shown on the Hattons website is the pre-tops BR blue un-numbered. The post-tops blue livery has the double arrow in the correct place as per the livery drawings on the Tower website.

    O gauge dapol wagons (it is the correct link...)

    Much un-necessary gnashing of teeth perhaps?
     
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  14. Pugsley

    Pugsley Western Thunderer

    That was why I asked - as soon as I saw it I thought it was quite a rare livery variant. Little did I realise though (Thanks @DougT ) that there was another version with the arrow in the more common location.
     
  15. JasonBz

    JasonBz Member

    I have D3045 sat in its box next to me as I type.
    At first glance it appears to conform well to a picture of D3045 on the net......
     
  16. InvernessTMD

    InvernessTMD Western Thunderer

    Apparently there is a wiring issue with the lights, in that as supplied they will only work correctly with the suggested Zimo decoder (ie, the one they are supplying in the sound fitted ones)... Not seen how to rectify it yet but standard 21 pin MTC decoders wont be able to control the lights fully (oh, and it needs 5 functions)
     
  17. Yorkshire Dave

    Yorkshire Dave Western Thunderer

    A bit of a design flaw.... You would have thought the basic headlights would be designed for use with all decoders. It's the more unusual (if you can call them that) light requirements e.g. the US roads with their mars, gyralights, rotary beacons, ditch lights and the SBB headlight arrangements which require function mapping. I even surprised myself when I successfully mapped a ESU Loksound decoder for ditch lights to flash alternately when the horn was activated on a HO CN SD40-2W

    What Zimo decoder is being recommended and more curiously what are the headlight variations required? I've searched t'interweb and there doesn't appear to be a technical spec/user manual published.
     
  18. 3 LINK

    3 LINK Western Thunderer

    ZIMO MX644D, but apart from that, I know nothing about DCC.

    Martyn.
     
  19. InvernessTMD

    InvernessTMD Western Thunderer

    Seen elsewhere that the model was due to have a 22 pin connection but it was changed, hence why some stuff doesn't work unless the Zimo decoder is used
     
  20. Ressaldar

    Ressaldar Western Thunderer


    http://www.zimo.at/web2010/documents/MX-KleineDecoder_E.pdf

    cheers

    Mike