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Graham Farish Class 55 DP1 Deltic Diesel DCC Sound (using Zimo decoder)

Example 1: Zimo MX648, modified SugarCube, grinding, total rewire

This is a photo guide showing the Zimo MX648 and SugarCube speaker installed in a Farish N gauge Class 55 DP1 Deltic Prototype diesel.

Chassis modifications to accomodate speaker and decoder:

Decoder installed, connected to motor terminals and pickups soldered to cut-out rings from the original factory circuit board, screwed down (nice bit of reuse!):

CT SugarCube with reduced and shaped enclosure now in place - still plenty of volume from this great speaker:

Reuse of the resistor bank from the original factory circuit board, in preparation for lighting to be rewired:

Cab interiors back in place, drivers added, and SMD white LEDs installed for cab lighting:

Original lighting boards back in, wired up, via resistor bank:

Added kitchen foil to allow up-facing cab lights to difuse light around the cabs (must make sure the foil doesn't short on the LEDs though!):

Add taped down and nice and neat:

Example 2: Zimo MX649, SugarCube7, less grinding, keep factory circuit board

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Please note that these guides are provided as useful resources for you, as-is. YouChoos cannot be held responsible for errors in the information, or for any damage caused to your models or equipment if you choose to follow any of the steps detailed here.