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Old 01-04-2011, 12:16 AM   #2251
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What are the closest matches for the yellow and blue of the 2006 Renault car if I were to use Faskolor airbrush paints?

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Old 01-04-2011, 11:15 AM   #2252
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What are the closest matches for the yellow and blue of the 2006 Renault car if I were to use Faskolor airbrush paints?

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The flourescent blue is a good match, although it takes a lot of building to get the color right before backing it with white.
In some pics that I have the car looks closer to a baby blue.
I am getting ready to do this scheme on an F60 and I will be using the Tamiya Light blue to do it
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:09 PM   #2253
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The flourescent blue is a good match, although it takes a lot of building to get the color right before backing it with white.
In some pics that I have the car looks closer to a baby blue.
I am getting ready to do this scheme on an F60 and I will be using the Tamiya Light blue to do it
Not sure if thats a fluorescent blue but baby blue sounds right. I might go with tamiya paints PS-3 and PS-6 then.

Does anyone sell a decal sheet for this car? Can't seem to find it online.
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Not sure if thats a fluorescent blue but baby blue sounds right. I might go with tamiya paints PS-3 and PS-6 then.

Does anyone sell a decal sheet for this car? Can't seem to find it online.
i used Tamiya ps3, ps4 and 6 for the one I did

d drive have the r25 decals for sale at the moment.

http://d-drivesportsenglish.com/inde...0e660b7d676b1d
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i used Tamiya ps3, ps4 and 6 for the one I did

d drive have the r25 decals for sale at the moment.

http://d-drivesportsenglish.com/inde...0e660b7d676b1d
Thanks and it looks great! What kind of paint or how did you color your wings?
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Thanks and it looks great! What kind of paint or how did you color your wings?
i did the front and rear wings with vinyl decals that I ordered from ebay. the body was all tamiya ps paints.

here is a link to the seller. Sell's vinyl decal sheets by A4 size,and has heaps of colours and good quality.

http://myworld.ebay.com.au/radical_wheels_and_graphics/

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Corally Japan showing pictures of this F1 with Tamiya tires....
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I reread this a couple times and don't get it but I haven't gone out to look at the car to try to figure it out.
Haha, yeah its hard to notice unless you are at the car and then just remove those plastic spacers and the downstop screws and washers, then it will all fall into place hopefully lol, it did on my car anyways, so hopefully it does for others . or i will look like a proper fool .

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Corally Japan showing pictures of this F1 with Tamiya tires....
Does that appear to be a new corally or simply one that has had the tire's adapted?

I race entirely against corally's week in week out, and while they humour me about a level playing field, if changes were made, that would make it interesting
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Corally Japan showing pictures of this F1 with Tamiya tires....
Unfortunately it still has the ugly front suspension.
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Unfortunately it still has the ugly front suspension.
The spacer holding the pan car F suspension is not very graceful is it?
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These are the kind of cars that killed things the first time.
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These are the kind of cars that killed things the first time.
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It's a pan car. Pan car front suspension,saddle packs and rear pod...
No good at our track.
I love that folks always try and grab an edge then end up screwing up a good class.I hope the track directors are smarter this time around.Or at least the racers step up and make sure cars like this don't start creeping into their field.
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Front end not legal in UK.
Same rule that has also banned my Tyrrell P34
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Old 01-07-2011, 05:44 PM   #2265
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With all this talk of black livery, I'd thought I would do a modern twist on the all time greatest black livery....lotus 98T.
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