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Old 24-01-2013
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Well as every other forum has one.

Here's mine,rear and mid version.
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Here is mine
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A couple more shell variations for the car.

Firstly is the penguin forward cab fitted to my rear motor H2,also i have fitted the penguin C4.1 forward cab to Andy Reeves H2,both have the speedo mounted to the battery plate so even with the low back of the cab forward shells you still have room to mount the speedo without issues.
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Default heres mine :)

i have a penguin forward body shell which is being painted so thought i would post mine im also looking for rear shocks i like the look of the mod did anyone else find the manual was way out on the front rods ie IMG_0060.jpgsteering
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Here's mine. Kit shell at present.
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Just a wee pic of my H2

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Here are a couple of pics of another shell variation im trying on the H2 at the minute,its a nice fit around the chassis and no need to cut anything away round the gear cover as it fits nicely over it.
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Just painted this for myself just need electrics and then Iam ready to wreck it lol
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Here are a couple of pics of another shell variation im trying on the H2 at the minute,its a nice fit around the chassis and no need to cut anything away round the gear cover as it fits nicely over it.
Will this shell fit on a TLR 22
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Hi, im new on this forum and here is my hyper ss...
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Here is my H2.

Really please with its performance so far.

Dudley winter series next Sunday should be a good test.
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Looks cool mate - are they tlr springs on the back?
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Yes mate, TLR yellow springs. The H2 rear kit springs are way too stiff.
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Here's mine, just finished building today
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