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    RC Racer
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    More work than I thought. But turned out ok.

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    Lookin sweet can't wait to see it done!
    Desmosedici RR

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    Bought 2 new 3.3 engines today. [IMG][/IMG]

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    Looking good!
    That's alot of work getting mill finish aluminum to shine like that, great job!

    Here's one of my center skids I made & your right about the close to 2hrs getting it shine like a mirror!
    Mill Finish w/a little scuffing, just done cutting/bending/drilling.


    After (lots of)sanding & polishing.

    Look out for the tree/crunch!

    LiPo? Naw NITRO!!

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    New engines installed, died all grey pieces black

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    I know it's a small detail, but I'd do 2 things, if I may suggest.

    1. the exhaust for one of the engines has the stinger pointed sort of upwards... Not a good idea and it can even affect the tune if the unburnt oil is not easily able to escape the exhaust chamber through the stinger...

    2. I noticed you are using the older styled Air filters... If you want even more power easier tuning,,, I'd go with either the Traxxas Dual stage filter, or a Mugen 1/8th buggy filter... Honestly the difference from the older ai filters for performance will show the true colors of your nice exhausts..... If your exhaust is efficient but your intake is not you are not getting the full potential f you exhaust......
    Robin Williams
    He will be greatly missed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dasmurf93 View Post
    Here is my shelf queen with a new era 1/6 scale chassis kit. Started off as a single then converted it to twin lrp 30.

    I like the street bug look....how much longer is the chassis?

  10. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitronaught View Post
    I know it's a small detail, but I'd do 2 things, if I may suggest.

    1. the exhaust for one of the engines has the stinger pointed sort of upwards... Not a good idea and it can even affect the tune if the unburnt oil is not easily able to escape the exhaust chamber through the stinger...

    2. I noticed you are using the older styled Air filters... If you want even more power easier tuning,,, I'd go with either the Traxxas Dual stage filter, or a Mugen 1/8th buggy filter... Honestly the difference from the older ai filters for performance will show the true colors of your nice exhausts..... If your exhaust is efficient but your intake is not you are not getting the full potential f you exhaust......
    Ya. I never thought of that. Hmmm.

  11. #51
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    its about the double the size and almost near the size of an hpi baja. the body is from a 1/5 scale fg baja.

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