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Old 09-12-2003, 04:27 PM
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Originally posted by cHckbOY5
u got pic of body done by aldus?
I think these are KO's bodies...

http://www.aldusdesign.com/derek1.html
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Originally posted by rc-zombies
I think these are KO's bodies...

http://www.aldusdesign.com/derek1.html

thats them
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nice =)... man these bodies r too nice to race
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family shot


Still got some red goodies coming for the one
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Originally posted by cHckbOY5
nice =)... man these bodies r too nice to race
You're right.... I would get some.. but those darn walls keep getting in my way...
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Originally posted by Ko Racer
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nice... liek the towel too
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Originally posted by cHckbOY5
nice... liek the towel too

thanks man
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when i get one...how do i know how much to cut the body? can they trim it for me? i dont wanna mess up a nice body lol

wats good colors for blue cuda?
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Originally posted by cHckbOY5
when i get one...how do i know how much to cut the body? can they trim it for me? i dont wanna mess up a nice body lol

wats good colors for blue cuda?
If i was you i would ask a kind freind at the track or local hobby store to do it if you dont feel comfortable doing it

colors for blue just depends on what you want
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KO,
I see from your Cuda family picture you have two cars with the turnbuckles uppermost and the web with them underslung.

I have been playing with the links to see what gets a better steering feel.

Any reason why the Web is different, and which do you prefer???

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Man Dave, that paint job is awsome

Looking nice KO, but you need orange wheel hexs
looks like you haven't preped your chassis yet though
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KO,
I see from your Cuda family picture you have two cars with the turnbuckles uppermost and the web with them underslung.

I have been playing with the links to see what gets a better steering feel.

Any reason why the Web is different, and which do you prefer???

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the 2 are the speedway pal cars which where based off the old cuda and they had them mounted up top. the web is based off the R2 which had them underneath to tell you i notice one quicker then the other i cant they seem very close if any change.
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Man Dave, that paint job is awsome

Looking nice KO, but you need orange wheel hexs
looks like you haven't preped your chassis yet though

chassis prep yeah ! if your talking about the battery slots then no orange wheel hexes nope they just get capped with wheel anyways so no biggie
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Originally posted by Ko Racer
chassis prep yeah ! if your talking about the battery slots then no orange wheel hexes nope they just get capped with wheel anyways so no biggie
LOL, too eager to take nice pics were we
Nah orange hex's would just set it of nicely, silver gets in the way of the overall effect
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Cheers KO,

will keep on experimenting I suppose

Got the car feeling good now so may not play too much.

Oh nice fleet by the way

As a web owner, Orange does look the best
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