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I've not unfortunately, I know there are other printers in the UK who use different materials and one person, who is on here has had some stuff made as testers for the Lazer found a better material, I do need to go through my emails and will update this weekend. Think he got it right.
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Pretty sure they're from the Kyosho pure 10 series of cars.....part number SD032.
Actually the number is for spad but yes they fit.

Anyway welsh still have some contacts at Kyosho Japan ???

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Actually the number is for spad but yes they fit.

Anyway welsh still have some contacts at Kyosho Japan ???

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One I still do, why?
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One I still do, why?
Was Looking for some 1/12 Bodies Shall se if i can find some partnumbers its a longshot i know but better ett then not.

Got an large large paperbox full of parts and cars heading my way shallnpost picks som


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Was Looking for some 1/12 Bodies Shall se if i can find some partnumbers its a longshot i know but better ett then not.

Got an large large paperbox full of parts and cars heading my way shallnpost picks som


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Looking forward to it mate
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Welsh

Ask around and see if they can find an ef-125 its the body for the plazma mk3 ltd .

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Ask around and see if they can find an ef-125 its the body for the plazma mk3 ltd .

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Nice find I’ve been looking for a mk3 Ltd for ages. Owned 1 brand new as a youngster but it got stolen along with a lot of other gear at the time.

Look forward to seeing some pics of it
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Nice find I’ve been looking for a mk3 Ltd for ages. Owned 1 brand new as a youngster but it got stolen along with a lot of other gear at the time.

Look forward to seeing some pics of it
just like the bodyso thats what im looking for

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Iso, I've asked, unsure how quick before a reply but will keep an eye out. He's a top man.
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Iso, I've asked, unsure how quick before a reply but will keep an eye out. He's a top man.
Thanks welsh

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Iso,

Sorry mate, nothing in their warehouse so couldn't help me. Have you tried Kyosho USA or Sweden as they do have a variety of old stock
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No america Wasnt the biggest market for Kyosho pancars so find it hard that they should have any parts left , Sweden went out of buisness and sold most of the stuff to Kyosho Europe and they seams to have kept the newer stuff.

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OK other option is see if any collector had a shell and get a mold made.
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Yeah i know but the ef-125 alpha2 body for the plazma mj3 ltd and the ax-88 the body for the axis seams to be Rarer then any lazer body.

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Yeah i know but the ef-125 alpha2 body for the plazma mj3 ltd and the ax-88 the body for the axis seams to be Rarer then any lazer body.

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Is there anyone able to do a mold from the picture images plus based around car measurements
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Default rear u/j driveshafts

hi lazer freaks
can anyone point me in right direction for pair rear driveshafts for zxr currently finishing off
or a modern conversion that may fit

regards dave
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this is one just about done
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Very nice
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hi lazer freaks
can anyone point me in right direction for pair rear driveshafts for zxr currently finishing off
or a modern conversion that may fit

regards dave
LA245 is kyosho version of mip ujs for the rear and is what I use. Ebay.
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Hi All,


I broke a rear tower mount yesterday. Tried to take a big double for the first time and ended up on the roof .

The part was Alcyon's design 3D printed on Shapeways (the old version). Has anyone tried his latest design with the additional wall?
https://www.shapeways.com/product/BT...li=marketplace


Thanks,


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