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Old 02-12-2014, 08:50 PM   #721
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that is sooo nice! i love that livery.
I still haven't seen yours run. Lol
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Old 02-12-2014, 09:23 PM   #722
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Lotus T128 LMP2 livery...very nice!
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Old 02-12-2014, 09:33 PM   #723
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I have got to have one of these! Big glaring problem though. I have spent lots of time up close with these cars and there needs to be way more bling under the body. Where is the pro kit!??
Pro kit still in the works.

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See this guy to make your own pro kit. A good amount of the car shares parts with the SP-1 that uses aluminum bling. F1 Paintlab could piece it all for you.

Just picked up the Rothmans decal set from F1 lab. They are awesome.
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Old 02-13-2014, 12:55 AM   #724
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Be jealous! I know I am, this is Dasmopar's
Great looking car!
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Very nice looking paint job.
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I still haven't seen yours run. Lol
get one and well race em.
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Old 02-13-2014, 07:50 PM   #727
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Can I convert my SP1 into an LM?
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Whats all needed. Looks like it'll be cheaper to get a F1 pro and spares to complete to LM1 then buying it all.
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You need the current spare front arm set for the upper arms, comes with both SP-1 and LM-1 upper arms and a spare set of lowers. The arm mounting plate: as the LM-1 is wider along with the caster blocks, inner hinge pins and spacer set. The LM-1 Lower front chassis plate, front bumper and a set of servo mounts. Another friction damper for between the front arms also. Last but not least, the steering posts (or 6 mm of spacers). After that it's just assorted screws that might be different lengths.

If I'm missing anything, let me know.
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Going to be looking for that magical flat black scheme soon.

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You mean this one? Can do amigo, can do.
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You mean this one? Can do amigo, can do.
Indeed it is...the black wheels really make it in my opinion.
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You need the current spare front arm set for the upper arms, comes with both SP-1 and LM-1 upper arms and a spare set of lowers. The arm mounting plate: as the LM-1 is wider along with the caster blocks, inner hinge pins and spacer set. The LM-1 Lower front chassis plate, front bumper and a set of servo mounts. Another friction damper for between the front arms also. Last but not least, the steering posts (or 6 mm of spacers). After that it's just assorted screws that might be different lengths.

If I'm missing anything, let me know.
I think this means buy an LM-1 and whatever parts you think you need to 'bling' it out, don't forget tires and body. cost of the kit just to convert!!! Might as well have 2 cars
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