Yamaha MT-01

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by TexasTubaMan, Dec 15, 2006.

  1. igoraf

    igoraf Member

    Another bikes

    Hello sneaker.
    I don't know if you visit the other pages, in this same site, about anothers Yamaha motorbikes. They are in a smaller scale than the MT-01 but are very great models too.
    This could be a good experience for you and these models are complete (no chapters:) )

    There's another site with two Kawasaki models.
    Kawasaki 750 SS: http://homepage2.nifty.com/kozin/page012.html#lcn013, download the files (parts and assembly), clicking in these links: 750 H2 099b 150 and Build Mach3 at the end of the page.

    Kawasaki Z1300: http://homepage2.nifty.com/kozin/page034.html#lcn001, download the files (parts and assembly), clicking in these links: Build_Z1300_010 and Z1300N5_010.

    This last page is in japanese but you can find the links and understand the instructions, because there are many illustrations.

  2. igoraf

    igoraf Member

  3. igoraf

    igoraf Member

  4. fasteddiexx1

    fasteddiexx1 New Member

    :cry: I tried to build the YZR and my front cowling came out looking like a wad of paper with glue on it. Boy sur elucky these things are free. The details are so awesome, also the Accessories package is cool and comes with Walls and display floor. Good Find :grin:
  5. paulhbell

    paulhbell Guest

    smaller scale

    I just thought I would post a photo of a bike from the same site, smaller scale though.

    Attached Files:

  6. Clashster

    Clashster Member

    Sweet ride!
  7. igoraf

    igoraf Member

    Nice model paulhbell. Congratulations
  8. paulhbell

    paulhbell Guest

    Thanks guys. Sorry about the picture quality.

    I had no problems with building to bike, but I don't like the tyres.
  9. igoraf

    igoraf Member

    Tires are the problem :( ... in all models (cars, bikes, trucks...). But I think in Yamaha's site has a image/video (I forgot) tutorial about cuting and gluing the bike's tires.

    I found: http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/global/entertainment/papercraft/howto/index.html
    There is training sheet available for download.
    See you

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