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Had nothing to do, since my daughter is sick (sleeping on and off thru the days)

So i had something to do, went thru my stuff and found some fullforcerc sheets of carbonfibre...

Just painted of stock , then dremeld everything out...this is just a "mount" will polish all my edges, and "reedo" my electrics..it is 16mm longer then a stock T, exact like a Original Pro but just a fraction of the cost :sneaky:

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Almost done now..a test mount..







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New shoes on the truck...







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Very nice!
Makes me want to pull out my M18 from storage haha

What wing mounts are you using?
What wheels and tyres are you using on the short wheelbase M18T?
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Thank you hardrider! ,What stoping you to do that.

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Stock rims,shrouded with TOPCAD slick
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Ultra lightweight reinforced shaft by "TpProducts" if it holds? have no idea





The car is a screamer...feeling outstanding
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So almost done..me and my sons indoor racers...




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Så, my car is done...New batterystrap and posts.




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nice thread mate car looks excellent
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