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Converting #9467 Ghost Train to use Power Functions

We've got a second #7938 Passenger Train on its way, primarily so we can get another two passenger carriages out of the parts, and secondarily so that we can use the motorised gubbins on some other set which isn't motorised (maybe the Maersk train, or the soon-to-be-released 10233 Horizon Express).

However, having also just got the #9467 Ghost Train, I was wondering how easy it would be to get that motorised? We haven't even started building it yet, but it sounds like it will be a bit more complicated than the others. Will the spare Power Functions parts from the Passenger Train be enough to accomplish this task, or will we need to get some extra train wheels as well?

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  • AmberylAmberyl Member Posts: 193
    You're going to have to build a tender for it, at the very least; none of the train cars lend themselves to motorization. You'll also need to make some other mods, because it doesn't use standard train wheels, as the batwing-flapping function is linked into Technic wheels.
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