- Nishinippon Railway Tenjin Omuta Line express service vehicle 8000 shape Original painting highly anticipated commercialization!
- Nishinihon Railway is known as a major private railway in the westernmost west end of Japan, which expands its network of routes around Fukuoka Tenjin, the center of Fukuoka.
- Model 8000 is a two-door conversion crossseat made from 1989 for the Tenjin Omuta Line express train, during the day it is limited express between Fukuoka Tenjin and Omuta, and at the time of rush, ordinary such as Fukuoka Tenjin ~ Tsukushi · Oguchi etc. It was used in the center.
- 6 6 car trains were produced but gradually retired, the original paint organization was organized in 2016, wrapping was given [water city] also retired in July 2017, also [traveler organization] Also retired in September 2017.
- The product will be released in the original paint 6 - car train, the direction curtain will print [limited express: Omuta].
- We recommend TM - 12R (19 m class A) as the power unit, TT - 04 R for the traveling parts set, PT 4811 N <0258> as the pantograph.
※ There are some user installation parts such as rooftop equipment.
[Installation method of train radio antenna (for advanced users)]
※ Applicable only to the intermediate car of the 3rd car from the leading car / Omuta direction of Fukuoka (Tenjin) direction.
- By preference, you can install a separate part train radio antenna.
(1) Remove the underfloor / seat section from the vehicle and check the guide (red circle box in the figure) from the back side of the body.
(2) Drill a hole with a 1 mm drill along the guide and attach the train radio antenna parts.
※ If the hole is loose please use a small amount of glue.
* Although two antennas for the leading car are attached, it is used only for the leading car of Fukuoka (Tenjin), and the antenna is not attached to the leading car of the Omuta direction.
※ Nishinihon Railway Co., Ltd. Commercialization permitted
- Target age: 15 years old and over
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