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Old 11-16-2008, 04:54 PM   #1
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Default TS4N Carbon Fibre Chassis & Top Deck

Hi, guys first time on this forum. i recently bought a thunder Tiger TS4N plus, i have made a few changes to the car, upgrading the front bulkhead to alley, rear belt tensionor and 4 18T Alley drive pullys plus carbon fibre front and rear shock tower. (2 - Speed Gear box coming next week)

Looking for more Carbon mods i wanted a chassis and top deck in carbon fibre, but i couldnt find them anywhere. So i bought a sheet of 2mm Carbon Fibre and made my own last weekend. Here's some pictures. please tell me what you think.

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Hi,

I was wondering how much did it cost to make that carbon fiber chassis? Thanks. Looks good buy the way although if you were going for looks sanding the sides might help.
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Old 12-17-2008, 01:25 PM   #3
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Nice building but keep in mind that a part of the engine cooling is done by an aluminium chassis and now the engine is missing that part.
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i think it looks great and since you did it yourself, even better. good job, i wish i had your skills with cuttin' stuff...i would do upgrades for all my cars!
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