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Old 06-25-2010, 05:43 PM
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Something to whet your whistle....



on 18-inch white dNano wheels

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Old 06-25-2010, 07:19 PM
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nice conversion.... but it reminds me of an Impreza and is probably too 'tall' for racing (rolls easily while cornering at high speed).
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nice conversion.... but it reminds me of an Impreza and is probably too 'tall' for racing (rolls easily while cornering at high speed).

Ya I know... but I figured I'd give it a try.... I haven' made the conversion yet... what you're seeing is a die-cast on the chassis... but I'm going to make this out of resin as soon as I get the chance... but I also have the race version of the 155 that should be a direct fit as well



the reason it's sticking up in the front is because of the screw post under the body
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Nice find J - are you gonna tell us who makes these etc.?!
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Nice find J - are you gonna tell us who makes these etc.?!
These are HPI diecast cars that I'm going to make resin casts of to run on my dnano... I've got all the materials but not the time... Soon I hope...
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I hear that J - keep us in the loop!
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did you make those alfa's yet?
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No I didn't.. I still have the material, but I don't have the time


the Alfa DTM car is the wrong one for this project and I don't have the disposable cash to get the correct one... I needed the 93-95 body style, and I got the 96... with the model of the 96 body, part of the aerodynamics are attached to the undercarriage of the chassis and not the body, so when I separate the body from the chassis, I lose part of the fromt air dam (the black parts), and side skirts... the earlier body has more of the aero package attached to the ACTUAL body...

the one I got:



the one I needed:

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