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    1. Kit: POCHER, by (Active Member) petert is offline
      Builder Last Online: Jul 2019 Show Printable Version Email this Page
      Model Scale: 1/4 Rating:  Thanks: 2
      Started: 07-05-17 Build Revisions: Never  
      Supported Box Stock Includes Transkit Attribution
      Build in Progress

      Havn't started the model yet but additional 3d printed parts are well underway where either the detail is incorrect/missing on the model or an improvement was felt necessary. From top to bottom, Air filter sub assembly, relay and relay socket, oil filter , Transfers reprinted on self adhesive vinyl sheet, various plugs and sockets, oil filter again, exhaust springs, detail of multi pin plug skt, and finally banjo connectors, butterfly valves and other bits and bobs.
      If any body is building one of these models and would be interesred in any of the 3d parts please contact me through Scale Motorcars.

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      Just received my Pocher Ducati Panegali and what a superb kit. Very Very large box, and an enormous range of parts ,materials and fixings. I also purchased Paul Koos video and his detail fixings pack. A in depth look at this DVD has high lighted some Kit shortcomings and some omitted detail parts.
      Many of these can be scratch built Pocher Ducati Panegali 1299s or as in my case 3D printed. Drawings have been done and I am waiting on the parts from shapeways. Nothing to exotic, mostly plugs and sockets, carb butterfly valves and exhaust sensors. Also drawn a new oil filter as the model part lacks a considerable amount of details,
      The attached photos show the box and contents. A good tip for making up the wiring looms is to use a self adhesive paper which had me stumped for a bit. Then I had to have a blood sample taken and low and behold the nurse was using just the thing. It goes under the trade name of SCANPOR skin friendly microporus tape, 1.25cm x 5mtr roll. Just the job when applied and painted black.

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      Assembley now underway and engine almost complete. Most noticeable missing kit parts were the fuse holders above the battery and oil pressure switch. Also added were the exhaust valve and oxygen sensors. The air filter can now be seen fitted and the exhaust valve Bowden cable can be seen exiting from the servo control unit.

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      Model is now complete and the video can be seen on this link as I don't seem to be able to upload here.

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  1. jettec03's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
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    Jan 2018
    Finally got around to checking your thread, but nice work Peter... will wait until my Paul Koos DVD arrives, but I'm quite sure that I'll be investing in a set of your 3D printed upgrade parts in the near future. ;)
    Pocher 1/8 & 1/4 scale building...

  2. petert's Avatar Active Member
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    Apr 2015
    Hi there
    Glad you like it, its a super model to build but does lack some detail. If you are interested in the 3d parts they are on EBay at the moment but if you contact me direct or through scale motorcars I will give you a 10% discount plus free UK delivery (e-bay price is 144.00) plus delivery. Watch this space for an exciting up grade , Robert the rider will soon be finished!

    Pocher Ducati Panegali 1299s

  3. oldcopierguy's Avatar Member
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    Aug 2018
    Hey There Petert, do you have a list along with prices of the parts you've made or are making...? I am doing SOME scratchbuilding
    myself, but might be interested in what you have to offer. My build is going to be a replica of a production level Superbike with custom made
    decals and add-ons from Paul Koo. Your syuff looks intriging, and couyld probably look much better than some of the stock kit parts.

    Regards, Laurie
    you can reach me direct

  4. Egon's Avatar Moderator
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    Sep 2009
    Nice big bike, I had hoped it was more fine in detail when it's 1/4 scale and some lightning, well done Peter.

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