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Old 09-01-2019, 09:49 PM   #1
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I'm sure it's nice, but with the picture size I can only see 1/3 of each picture at any given time. 800x600 is the std forum size.
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I'm sure it's nice, but with the picture size I can only see 1/3 of each picture at any given time. 800x600 is the std forum size.
Thanks for the heads-up and Interest. My Sincerest Apologies for the Trouble.

I have been trying to figure this out. I tried resizing and have been failing bad.

I dunno if its OSX Photo, or My 5k Display, -- no matter how I export then resize resize it comes out big. I don't have this problems in other Forums.

Anyway, I will look for other Ways. Cheers!
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For those that like putting in Drivers and bore of Wrestlers. There is plenty nice and cheap at 1/6 Scale.


Just a quick TRY-OUT for Fit.

With the Samurai's adjustable seats, it I was nice and easy to fit. The whole figure don't need to chop them feet off.

Oh yeah, this model requires 3 mini servos - working wipers, gear shift, and steering wheel. PLUS a steering Servo and maybe one more 2 to control front and rear axle locking differential.

All 3-doors open, hood opens, working lights (hitch led + custom controllers for headlight, rear light, dash, and more included in the Kit I got). Window rolls up and down.

I'll get back to you for more - good or bad.

Thanks for your interest.
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Will be wrenching on the Engine. Thanks for your interest.
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With the Wheels and Tires
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Been working on the Interior & Body
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Congrats on this purchase! It's an awesome looking rig. I'm looking forward to watching the build progress as well as hearing your feedback on the rig. I really want to know if it's worth the money.

What is the go-kart on the shelf? Is that an old Kyosho or something else?
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Congrats on this purchase! It's an awesome looking rig. I'm looking forward to watching the build progress as well as hearing your feedback on the rig. I really want to know if it's worth the money.

What is the go-kart on the shelf? Is that an old Kyosho or something else?
We plan to go thru:
1. Unique features of the Design
2. Shopping List for Servos ,ESC & Motor, and Radio
3. A List of tools that can help make the assemble nice and easy and enjoyable.

Considering:
1. Body, Chassis, Transmission and Axle Design, Quality of Material
2. Attempt on creating a close to a True Scale
3. All that is included in the Basic Kit

I just grab the ones I like, enjoy the Build, and have loads of Fun. Cheers
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We plan to go thru:
1. Unique features of the Design
2. Shopping List for Servos ,ESC & Motor, and Radio
3. A List of tools that can help make the assemble nice and easy and enjoyable.

Considering:
1. Body, Chassis, Transmission and Axle Design, Quality of Material
2. Attempt on creating a close to a True Scale
3. All that is included in the Basic Kit

I just grab the ones I like, enjoy the Build, and have loads of Fun. Cheers
You have a bunch of awesome looking rigs!

What is the brand of the go kart?
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