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using a normal 9V battery with pf
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using a normal 9V battery with pf
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finaly got the video on the page!!! :{)



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 I like it 
  August 19, 2011
what you are saying does not make any sense. And the video is private so I cant see it.
 I made it 
  January 21, 2011
Quoting James Keatley its just a 9v supply, any 9v dv supply would do, and whats with the crocodile clips, why not just solder the battery clip on instead, some heatsrink over the top and you have a much more secure connection.
did say that in the video you could do that. but it would make it hard to claea the motor as you would have to lift the hole train insted of just the 9V motor. instead you could use the end of a pf cord and use them as a conector and solder the other ends. but it up to the person doing the mod. it't their train!
 I like it 
  January 17, 2011
To get a video on MOC, click on the "Embed" option under the video. Select the options you want, then copy and paste the code to the box where you type info and put pictures.
 I made it 
  January 11, 2011
Quoting T. Young and no editing or burning out the reciever. LOL my way is A LOT easier if u have the rechargable battery box and not the one that takes batteries. u can build on the rechargable one. and only 4 wide instead of like 6
to build on it you still would need stickers. only one colour gray
 I made it 
  January 11, 2011
Quoting T. Young and no editing or burning out the reciever. LOL my way is A LOT easier if u have the rechargable battery box and not the one that takes batteries. u can build on the rechargable one. and only 4 wide instead of like 6
your way still dosent work with the old 9V motor being controled by the ir reviever(no powered track). it will still burn out. but both ways work with the pf/ir train motor. my way more fun
 I like it 
  January 10, 2011
ok before i didnt even look at the video. but that is how i did the holiday train. u need a small PF cord, a battery box, an IR reciever and the Train Remote. u have all the power u need.
 I made it 
  January 10, 2011
Quoting T. Young we know how to do that. u need the pf small cord
but then you don't have any control over the direction of the power and you can also turn it off thats why i used that part.
 
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