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They are stronger than the original so itís definitely need with me driving Was lucky enough to stumble across a few nip
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Stuntmonk1,


Wow, you have nearly as much purple as my Cat2000/98/EC hybrid :-)


Where have you been getting the new parts from? And those purple spacers between the shock mounts, where are those from!?!
And the wing mounts?


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the spacers are modded motor heat sinks cool eh!

regards mitch's useless dad
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wing mounts are off current kc L1 Schumacher offroad range
unless my boy tells me different
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Hi buddy, yeah as my dad says, wing mounts are from a Schumacher cougar kc, they are a straight swap. The spacers are the heat sink fins off the motor heat sink chopped down and drilled out. Hope this helps.

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Yes, that is pretty cool, I may attempt that with my heat sink, though I'll probably loose a finger.


Alloy aerial holder and servo mounts... are they alloy equivalents of the standard schumacher ones?


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Losi xx4 and my 2nd b3 nearly completed.
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Both look cracking MitchoÖÖÖ...
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Very nice mate
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Beautiful Mitcho. Love it...Ö.
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Another build just about there. Cost me an arm and a leg this one but itís not very often a mint tomy infuser comes up for sale. I had previously purchased all the gpm parts and had them all re anodised ready to go, underside of the car doesnít have a mark to it either which is rare. Photos donít do this iconic car justice. Hope you guys like it
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Stunning, love it......
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Finally got round to ďfinishingĒ my procat project. Still some additions Iíd like to make but waiting till they pop up for sale. Not sure Iím ready to do another procat after this one, they really are a pain to work on😂 I did start with the intentions of doing it all black but then didnít like the look halfway through, so I decided to do silver alloy too so it makes it stand out more. So the spec Iíve built this car too is:

Tanaplan

Chasisis
Top deck
Sideplates
Shock tower
Rear camber link plate
And steering rack

Mms front and rear diffs

Schumacher slipper

Sjp rear wishbones

Alloy eccentrics

Alloy z bracket

Alloy layshaft bearing holders

Also just put some matched sanyo cells in along with a reedy mr series motor for period equipment. Thanks to Paul Brockbank for the recommendations! Just have to re wire a speedo before I can drop that in. But i like the way it sits at the moment. Doesnít look too crowded in there at the moment imo.

Not going to bother with a body either as it would be cruel to cover this up.

Hope you guys approve, if anyone has or comes across some sjp top mounts or crashback mounts in white please give me a shout.

Cheers Mitch
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Very cool mitch👍🏼.

Love to know where you guys find all the alloy bits and pieces, Iím still on the hunt for tanaplan or similar side plates for my project just donít want to spend £370 for a whole buggy to get them😬

Keep up the good work.


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