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Old 11-03-2012, 03:12 PM   #556
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have you seen the uras mods for it awsome
that's pretty sweet looking!
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that's pretty sweet looking!
yeah but the mods cost nearly as much as the shell! And the shell costs about 60 bucks
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:40 PM   #558
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yeah but the mods cost nearly as much as the shell! And the shell costs about 60 bucks
ouch...that's why they cost so much coz they look so sweet!

here's pics of my cheap repainted fleabay Nissan....still need to put my light buckets and intercooler.

HPI TE37s are for drift track and Yeah Racing combo is for concrete...
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[QUOTE=pickled;11400717]yeah but the mods cost nearly as much as the shell!

this is for concrete...
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Old 11-03-2012, 09:05 PM   #560
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bit of double post there lol. that shell looks ok did you see the other shell I was talkin about the pandora 370Z convertible it's a wide body 205mm

rcMart has it for $34 PANDORA (#PAB-006) Nissan Fairlady Z 370Z/Z34

wheel arches trimmed a bit better in this pic

wonder if the belt will fit under the interior

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bit of double post there lol. that shell looks ok did you see the other shell I was talkin about the pandora 370Z convertible

wheel arches trimmed a bit better in this pic
wow...thats a sexy convertible....I just installed intercooler and exhaust.
and LED lights and buckets
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wow...thats a sexy convertible....I just installed intercooler and exhaust.
and LED lights and buckets
is the intercooler glued in with hot glue? I had to glue my light buckets with super glue as the hot glue couldn't take the punishment.
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is the intercooler glued in with hot glue? I had to glue my light buckets with super glue as the hot glue couldn't take the punishment.
Haha! Yes hot glue..I still need to trim it and add some black around the air dam opening.
And since you said the hot glue won't take punishment, then I'll have to reinforce with CA glue...thanks for the tip
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Haha! Yes hot glue..I still need to trim it and add some black around the air dam opening.
And since you said the hot glue won't take punishment, then I'll have to reinforce with CA glue...thanks for the tip
Can you mount it on the bumper of the chassis?

On a different topic but adhesive related! do you guys use double sided tape to stick your ESC to the chassis? how often do you have to replace it cause I have to replace mine all the time. It gets dirt under the esc and eventually comes loose so I have to replace it with new double sided tape!

check out the paint job on the 370z


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Can you mount it on the bumper of the chassis?

On a different topic but adhesive related! do you guys use double sided tape to stick your ESC to the chassis? how often do you have to replace it cause I have to replace mine all the time. It gets dirt under the esc and eventually comes loose so I have to replace it with new double sided tape!]
that's good paint job...
I was using Velcro...but had enough slack that the angle the ESC goes into makes the fan go louder...I used double sided tape now. works good for me. make sure maybe double up on thickness because of uneven bottom chassis because of that pattern. and use alcohol to wipe down both sides...and let air dry. so mine has stayed and not come off
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that's good paint job...
I was using Velcro...but had enough slack that the angle the ESC goes into makes the fan go louder...I used double sided tape now. works good for me. make sure maybe double up on thickness because of uneven bottom chassis because of that pattern. and use alcohol to wipe down both sides...and let air dry. so mine has stayed and not come off
yeah I clean it up every time I change the tape, I've been thinking of doubling the thickness and pressing it into the hex pattern more!

Did you find out if you can mount the intercooler off the chassis bumper?

I think I'll leave the yokomo wanbia and uras mods till I'm a lot better at not hitting things as hard as I do now and maybe get the 370 body to test if it touches the belt. Yeah I just want another shell that's not as banged up as the one I'm currently using lol

Just got my alloy bits and tyres yay gonna open them now and see what they're like

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yeah I clean it up every time I change the tape, I've been thinking of doubling the thickness and pressing it into the hex pattern more!

Did you find out if you can mount the intercooler off the chassis bumper?

Just got my alloy bits and tyres yay gonna open them now and see what they're like
yes...try the double thickness...so you clear the hex pattern.
just found out I can mount it...didn't even realize it comes with a mount. I didn't read the instructions.
I'll do that next time...I'll work on painting the outside of body at some point.
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yes...try the double thickness...so you clear the hex pattern.
just found out I can mount it...didn't even realize it comes with a mount. I didn't read the instructions.
I'll do that next time...I'll work on painting the outside of body at some point.
lol.. I installed the alloy top bumper mount and the spur gear adapter but I'll keep the rest for the optioned car.

I installed the yeah racing wheels and they fit heaps better with the angle can lower my body for a hella flush look!
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lol.. I installed the alloy top bumper mount and the spur gear adapter but I'll keep the rest for the optioned car.

I installed the yeah racing wheels and they fit heaps better with the angle can lower my body for a hella flush look!
haha! nice! can u post pics when u get the Hella flush look?
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haha! nice! can u post pics when u get the Hella flush look?
lol here is what it looks like with the yeah racing wheels on it sort of hella flush had to add camber to it now 3*


And this is the vent mod I did for my motor fan

With the wheels turned indicating

Told you my shell is pretty banged up

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