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1  Discussion Boards / Large / Has anyone installed a QSI DDC controller in a Connie? on: February 28, 2008, 08:13:05 PM
Has anyone installed a QSI DDC controller in a Connie? I had St Aubin install one in my K-27 and want to stick with the same board for the Connie.

I'm new to DCC and would like to stick with the same board in both to decrease the learning curve.

Thanks,
Jim
2  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: K-27 Counterweights on: January 30, 2008, 11:29:22 AM
Bachmann,
Since I can't run my K-27 because of the counterweight issue I have an expensive mantle piece. I can't return it to Bachmann; it already has sound and DCC controls installed. Even if I could I would not want to wait the 3 or three months to send it to Bachmann and get it repair and sent back but I have not seen any offers from Bachmann.

If I take it locally to be fixed I have to pay to fix a manufacturing defect that I think Bachmann should be responsible for. I don't want to make the modifications myself on such an expensive piece of equipment.

What are K-27's owners to do? I'm not trying to be bitchy but I have $1000 invested in something I can't use. I don't want my money back I want a working model.

Sincerely,
Jim

PS I tried to PM this directly to the B Mann with no sucess.
3  Discussion Boards / Large / K-27 Curve Diameter on: January 01, 2008, 08:51:45 PM
I'm redesigning my indoor layout to accommodate the new K-27 and need to know what the minimum diameter curve it can use? I really only have room for 8ft curves but 9s are a possibility if necessary.

If you have run in on 8s how bad is the overhang and can the body mounted couplers be used? Currently the rest of my 1:20.3 rolling stock is AMS with body amounted couplers.

Thanks
Jim
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