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Old 08-26-2004, 04:32 PM   #4441
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SG1...what do you know about 12th scale cars?

Car looks good. Fast ad very nice design.

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Old 08-26-2004, 06:30 PM   #4442
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Jason... Glad to be here... anyway I can help let me know...

Jonser... I may know 1 or 2 things about 1/12... LOL... Are you practicing Tuesday night??
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Old 08-26-2004, 08:05 PM   #4443
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Jason, would you consider possible doing your own car? Perhaps a vehicle that is not that exposed yet? Like a Formula One car.
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Old 08-26-2004, 08:25 PM   #4444
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yeah neil,the thought has crossed my mind.i just need to feel secure enough and know that i can handle the replacement parts demand.i would like to do it someday
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Old 08-26-2004, 08:30 PM   #4445
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I thought I would bring it up to you considering you are doing a great job with CF chassis'. If you did build a car, your loyal followers will invest in it.
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Old 08-26-2004, 08:40 PM   #4446
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Old 08-26-2004, 11:37 PM   #4447
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Jason:

HI, It would totaly ROCK if you did a FI car. I have been wantinig to run F1 for a while and no one seems to want ot do it. my dad would love it too. he was really fast in F1 back in the day (when I was little....r) (this is Mini)
dad's wrenching on the Kart again getting ready for a points race this weekend,. I hope I do as well as I did last weekend (being 1st is the BEST!!)
also your new 1/12th scale is sweet. I had to show my dad those pics. looks like it should kick a$$. and I'm lookig f/w to carpet/sedans. and your race too.... I just have to get used to them rubber things you run on.

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does anyone here play on XBox live??? I play splinter cell P/T, Rainbox 6 b.A. Toca, and sometimes P.G.2 Look for JaSoN X.


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Old 08-27-2004, 11:08 AM   #4448
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What do you think Jason?

Just playing with some Pit Board graphic ideas.

You should see one of these on a 19x13 print. PURDY!
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More relavent picture. They are large files so be prepared to wait if you are on a 56k connection. I can't wait to get that BMI L4 chassis on my RC12L4.

TC3 Clothed

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L4 Clothed

L4 Naked

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I'll be testing the BMI L4 conversion next Tuesday night... I'll post some pics. of the car in the ready to race mode next week.
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Old 08-27-2004, 01:09 PM   #4451
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Do you guys know if the BMI L4 chassis will work for the L3 12th scale? The reason I ask is if it works then it would make since for me to get the BMI L4 chassis instead of buying a new kit then getting the chassis.
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Your cars look good UnderDaHill.
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Old 08-27-2004, 01:18 PM   #4453
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Number 11....
The BMI chassis will work fine with L3 componants. The final product is not 100% done yet... Jason and I are still kicking some ideas around. The L3 front end has the same bolt pattern as the L4, or if you choose to run the old school front end it will fit also. The pod plates with the BMI will use the same style L3 or L4 diff. assemble, small shimming to center it may be required depending on what axle, hubs, and tire manufacture you run.
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The BMI chassis will work fine with L3 componants. The final product is not 100% done yet... Jason and I are still kicking some ideas around. The L3 front end has the same bolt pattern as the L4, or if you choose to run the old school front end it will fit also. The pod plates with the BMI will use the same style L3 or L4 diff. assemble, small shimming to center it may be required depending on what axle, hubs, and tire manufacture you run.
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Cool thanks Wayne getting the chassis will be the way I will go when it is ready.
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More relavent picture. They are large files so be prepared to wait if you are on a 56k connection. I can't wait to get that BMI L4 chassis on my RC12L4.

TC3 Clothed

TC3 Naked

L4 Clothed

L4 Naked

Both Clothed

Both Naked

Where did you get your pit board? That looks sweet
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