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Unfortunately, after the little disaster with the Red P Killer, I first have to decolorize the whole frame and will not be able to continue the project for the next time.
Since I'm just starting a new WIP.
I want to build a Ducati 600 TT2 from 1982.
The model has recently been launched on BrachModel.

The kit is made of resin with metal parts .

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Oh nice!!!! I have a Brach Model kit too but I havent started it, they look like very high quality kits and I am totally looking forward to seeing you build this, it might motivate and give me the courage to start mine!

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Yes, Imster, the kit is of very good quality and the resin is superbly cast.
Only with Resin I always have my problems with the adhesion of the paint, despite degreasing and priming(Figurs)
Which kit do you have from Brach Model?

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6 hours ago, mueller said:

Thank you Imster
I've already brought special Resinprimer.

 

So little update.

The tiny Resin Allen screws are not easy to use.
Glueing I do with Aquagloss.

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Are the resin allen head screws like rivets? so you drill the hole and insert it or do you actually have to screw them in?

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Hello Imster
The Resin screws are similar to those of Masterclub.
Only you have to disconnect at Brach Model still from the sprue.
The holes for the Allen screw, I drilled only 0.65 mm and then "glue" them with Alclad Aquagloss
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4 hours ago, mueller said:

Hello Imster
The Resin screws are similar to those of Masterclub.
Only you have to disconnect at Brach Model still from the sprue.
The holes for the Allen screw, I drilled only 0.65 mm and then "glue" them with Alclad Aquagloss
.

 

Ok I understand, watching you begin this build is getting me excited for when I eventually start mine!

 

Looking forward to more progress!

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Finally, things are moving along a bit here again.
In the meantime I have bought a Marcomoto design bracket and hope that this will improve the handling of the model.
Here times the intermediate state.
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@Griffo_Aus
I can only report from my own experience here, I find it practical .
You no longer have to take the parts in hand so often .
The color and the parts do not suffer so when handling.
I think if you want to build a lot of motorcycles, it is a sensible purchase .
Hehe..... I hope I build a few more models now ......

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Small progress
I could not use the etched part chain, the chain rollers are not cast optimally in this kit .
Then just print one yourself.
the cut on the chain I have chosen so because this area is behind the exhaust .
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