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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-14-2008, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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Quick update on our Rotax build. Tins are finally finished up!









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Looks good... but not much of a transition between the plastics and the tins. JMO


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Looks good... but not much of a transition between the plastics and the tins. JMO
Looks good but I was thinking the same thing. The hood looks like it dont belong....almost need a custom hood like on a rail with how wide the car is.



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Looks good... but not much of a transition between the plastics and the tins. JMO
The hood has yet to be finished. I was waiting to complete the tins first so we'd know how far to cut and stretch the hood. The hood will be cut and stretched approx 6-8 inches prior to paint so that it lines up with the body better (it's just mocked up in the pictures for effect).

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The hood has yet to be finished. I was waiting to complete the tins first so we'd know how far to cut and stretch the hood. The hood will be cut and stretched approx 6-8 inches prior to paint so that it lines up with the body better (it's just mocked up in the pictures for effect).
There ya go.....Thats cool. Even a custom built aluminum hood like a buggy has would look sweet. Kinda the same Idea they had on mikes rhino.....but something that looks about 100 times better....because that thing just didnt have any shape to it.



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The hood has yet to be finished. I was waiting to complete the tins first so we'd know how far to cut and stretch the hood. The hood will be cut and stretched approx 6-8 inches prior to paint so that it lines up with the body better (it's just mocked up in the pictures for effect).


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