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1/35 Orlandoo Hunter OH35P01 and OH35A01

Old 03-30-2017, 09:14 AM
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Default 1/35 Orlandoo Hunter OH35P01 and OH35A01

Orlandoo Hunter
Taizhou Orlando Hunt Model Technology Co., Ltd

since 2012


OH35P01 (ford F-150 Raptor)

Vehicle Length: 170mm
Vehicle Width: 70mm
Height: 63mm
Wheelbase: 116mm



OH35A01 (Jeep Wrangler)

Vehicle Length: 126mm
Vehicle Width: 57mm
Height: 63mm
Wheelbase: 77mm


ESC


MOTOR
1. DC6V 24000RPM±5% 1:298 80RPM
2. DC6V 12000RPM±5% 1:100 120RPM
3. DC6V 15000RPM±5% 1:100 150RPM
4. DC6V 20000RPM±5% 1:100 200RPM
5. DC6V 15000RPM±5% 1:50 300RPM



DIFF
Orlandoo F150 stock gearset
crown:25t pinion:13t
Ratio 1.92:1

Orlandoo F150 V1 Brass/metal gearset
crown:20t pinion:12t
Ratio 1.67:1

Orlandoo F150 V2 umbrella Brass/metal gearset
crown:25t pinion:14t
Ratio 1.78:1

Orlandoo Jeep/Alloy diff kit
crown:16t pinion:8t
Ratio 2:1



GEARBOX
Orlandoo F150 Gearbox
pinion 19t
idler 19t
output gear 19t
Ratio 1:1

Orlando Jeep Gearbox
pinion 19t
output gear 19t
Ratio 1:1



incomplete.... need sleep check back later

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Thanks Admin for the help

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Just share my build and fun time on OH35A01 Jeep, love this micro scale size crawler. Planning to build a mini size crawling track soon and gather extra cash for another Jeep to complete my collection.

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oh btw here are my timelapsed build video and some fun around the room Not much flex articulation on axle when climbing over obstacles but scale enough to be 4x4 in micro world. Btw i haven't install the rear light because its too small to solder, the front much easier because it uses standard size old type LEDs.

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Awesome build mate... here ill post up some of mine.

This is my First ford

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Old 06-27-2017, 08:33 PM
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I had so much building the Ford I had to get another one and a Jeep
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Here is a bit more on my Silver ford.... lol I still haven't finished this one

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Old 06-27-2017, 08:39 PM
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any my jeep...

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and my Custom Freightliner im just finishing


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Old 06-28-2017, 05:22 PM
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Woah! you got some serious collection of micro scale crawlers and diorama like tracks! Those six wheeler looks cool too. Sweet! I'm gonna work on my other micro this weekends and building micro tracks.. Keep it up.
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Thanks mate, any questions sing out.. Im always happy to help and share my ideas.... I like to Inspire people

here man.... here is a bit more.... these are some projects im working on as scale accessories for the rc cars

Mack R 600 (possibly will be converted to RC)

Daihatsu Mira Walk through van

R33 Skyline GTR (painting soon)

MK1 Ford Escort (painting today)
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The boys took delivery of the Escorts 1300, and now the ladies are doing the fluids
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Just returning from the paint shop after a hard days work, The boys got the first coat of primer down and dry
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Nice! super scale and naked ladies. Speaking about micros under 1/35 i have few i did using Yokomo NanoQlo micro servo and parts before Orlandoo came in as per-attached.
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^ oh wow nice buddy... they are so rare nowdays. even possibly a collectors item... Awesome
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These are Awesome little cars, My yellow one has been driven so much that i had to repaint it lol.... (on the sides where the kids and I pick it up form, was wearing very thin)
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Ive been busy painting, Orange u glad its not yellow?
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Yay the escort is all done
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These are the best spring holders ive seen. I mean lets be clear, its not a shock absorber as there is no dampening, but still they are very nice...

The shaft it self it thicker than the stock unit and seems to be able to keep it self a lot more straight in the housing. The end cap is conveniently threaded for easy assembly and the shaft ends thread is recessed to give the ballend something to screw up to meaning the shocks are all the same length, no more tweaking Name:  1f642.png
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some other key points... the top and bottom ball ends have been redesigned with thicker ball cups and they work like a dream, they really snap onto the balls and there is little to no resistance in the ball joints... that there is a massive improvement over stock.

Verdict, very nice unit... during assembly there is some nice features that made that a lot easier but when driving there is no difference. if anything in theory u could argue its worse because the shocks are so smooth the dont act as friction shocks.

IMO this is a durability upgrade, If u are sick of your shocks poping of the balls, then these are defiantly worth a look.

if you are looking to improve performance, you will need the optional springs
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Extra quick hack mods for Orlandoo Jeep and F150 have been published to improve stability and axle articulation here, now its an ultimate crawler.

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After simple mods from video above the Jeep looks beautiful and stable. Axle highly articulate thanks to more clearance behind the wheel wells/fender. Notice the wheel "off-set".
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I totally want one of these. I just don't think I would get to use it much. But, oh so cool to have in my collection! Have you tried to cram the sound module into one of these yet?
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Originally Posted by jimjeep View Post
I totally want one of these. I just don't think I would get to use it much. But, oh so cool to have in my collection! Have you tried to cram the sound module into one of these yet?
Someone did in some youtube, it uses DASMIKRO sound module to emit those engines sound. Only if i had extra budget i would put it in there too.
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U should get one.... even if u dont use it they are awesome fun to build... and at US$60 for the ford, its cheaper and a decent set of 1/10 tyres
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Awesome video and pics ican3d... well done mate
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Funny u mention the sound unit. ive only just fitted on to my Orlandoo based Freightliner.

but yeah they fit in the ford, but in the jeep it really compromised on battery room.



here is some random pics from the last week of playing
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