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Old 01-24-2010, 05:47 PM   #931
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the f60 diff is different to the F104pro.

while with the pro you can remove the wheel easily without having to play with the diff settings, the F60 when you mount the wheel, you then also add the thrust bearing, diff spacer and disk spring with the wheel nut and then tighten everything up.

pininfarina...that is a very nice job and great pictures....I like the small windscreen....how did you do that can I ask.
thanks for the comments, it's a piece of lexan cut and bent into shape ;-) double sided tape over the steering wheel ;-)

if you can spot, the side pontoon air intake have been cut out, so as the top air intake....

also alu exhaust ...etc spot the mods... lol
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Old 01-24-2010, 06:01 PM   #932
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side pontoon ;-) close up

before putting the intake net and windscreen ..

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Old 01-24-2010, 06:54 PM   #933
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I must admit, that blood red looks devilishly dope! Love the pipes+windscreen!
Nice, very nice.

Heli, I appreciate that.

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Old 01-24-2010, 07:56 PM   #934
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I must admit, that blood red lokks devilishly dope! Love the pipes+windscreen!
Nice, very nice.

Heli, I appreciate that.
thanks!

we love our red !!
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Old 01-25-2010, 02:33 AM   #935
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one of my other F201 projects..

alu burnt exhaust..

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front view... ;-)

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pininfarina.....the F201 looks awesome......I understand you wife did all the cutting for the F60.....very nice work indeed, well done.
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pininfarina.....the F201 looks awesome......I understand you wife did all the cutting for the F60.....very nice work indeed, well done.
yes, you must be one of the regulars on tamiyaclub? haha, anyway for the F60 i only did the spraying part, most of the work is done by her.... so it's mostly her work ;-)

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Gentlemen,
Just a heads up for you, my LHS just called and the F60 bodies have arrived!!!!
I have 4 available to have done up any way you would like.
PM me to reserve yours. After these are spoken for with deposits, I will place another order
I also have 1 F104 body available
Right now I have 1 job on the bench and another one being shipped to me.
I will take orders first come first serve basis.
I will be posting the latest creations on the website shortly
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hi everyone, new to the F1 world
only got a HPI F10 to start with,
it's got ball bearing and trf shockie for now.
ball diff is on order and as well as tires.

has anyone tried shimizu tires out?
how they perform compare to kit tires?

and i would like to know what sort of setup people used for asphalt
track, it's a outdoor track, and bit bumpy and some area !!

also what kv of motor should i run, as i only got 3000kv for now, it's from my other car!!

thanks for help !!
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PM sent BP. I want an F60 just like the real thing!
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Old 01-26-2010, 07:20 PM   #942
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PM sent BP. I want an F60 just like the real thing!
It wasnt a private message, but I responded nonetheless.
Will wait to hear from you.
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Looks like I'm going to have to do another Ferrari body to look like the new one just launched....damn it!

http://www.formula1.com/gallery/launches/2010/472.html
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If anyone wanted to know.
The 104pro Diff./carbon axle fits right into a 103.
No more thrust bearing loaded wheels!
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