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Old 06-29-2019, 08:56 AM   #61
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Yeah its a really tight need setup I didn't want any extra electronics visible inside the cabin!

Only thing I can think of now is changing the esc cables for the motor to orange so they look like "HV" cables and doing some similar treatment to the rest of the wiring or making tiny cable combs to tighten it all up an make it look like a EV conversion.

And thinking about adding more detail to my dash model... wondering if I can have hallows inside the dash for the ac ducts and making the front bezel for the gauge cluster a 2mm thick part with a slight hallow in the dash for decals and plastic to simulate glass...

Still wish I could find a smaller thorough light system. I have a GT power light system an its bigger than my ecs an receiver combined.. but it does have every light you can think of including extras for a old school light bar
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Old 07-05-2019, 06:43 PM   #62
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New dash been printed out and I feel like it'll look really nice once cleaned up an painted. Just have to remember to put some blue tap in the vent holes so they keep that plastic finish inside. OH! and the gauge bezel came out nice just having some under extrusion with my printer with this one part for whatever reason so mr hobby putty to the rescuse.

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Old 07-10-2019, 09:42 PM   #63
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figured I'd post up another photo of the little samurai outside and another picture with the wipers glued into place.



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Old 07-11-2019, 11:28 AM   #64
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Also printed out a little bracket that hangs onto the motor to let me hold the esc in place. really will clean up the engine bay a lot!



Thinking about print out some things to either replace the top of the servo or cover it to make it look like partially a radiator/shroud with a coolant res off the side. Not gonna make a fake engine to go over the esc an motor but I can try to make it look like a ev conversion!.
Sweet, great idea! You need ond of those Prius "Hybrid Synergy Drive' emblems!

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Made a 88.5ish style grill that has larger openings so you can see the radiator more easily
I like it, looking like the real deal.

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Nice color, Don't worry about blemishes, it'll just get scratched up trailing anyways. ;)
Like the added Turbo hood scoop.
Tight little package..
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Old 07-11-2019, 08:14 PM   #65
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I totally could or something along those lines for a hazard high voltage bumper sticker or something.
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