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Just about to acquire a 410 ... second hand (barely), and it comes with a shell which won't be getting used in a hurry (no offence Northy).

What are my options for shells on the 410? The Azarashi one looks nice, but I didn't win the lottery this week.

What else is there?
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There is the Gainabull aswell.
http://www.tresrey.com/tresrey/produ...s1001_eng.html
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I don't have 2,940 YEN, which is fortunate, as that one just doesn't do it for me.

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I don't have 2,940 YEN, which is fortunate, as that one just doesn't do it for me.

I've received my GainaBull shell from M2D in France today. I only ordered it Monday - pretty impressive posting.

The reason why I chose this shell is that it gives you more roof space to fit a motor heat sink & fan. I’ve just cut it and tried it out - perfect fit. It provides about another 25mm headroom compared to the Durango standard shell. OK, so not as aerodynamic, but that is a minor issue compared to keeping my motor cool. Can't wait for master painter Chris Ridgeway to weave his work of art on the shell.
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ive been looking at this shell and i wondered if you could get a fan in there might do this now cheere for this.
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What else is there?
Phat Bodies

they don't do them yet as far as I'm aware but if enough people want one then just maybe they could do something
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go go go phat bodies. i want one, because they make always nice stuff
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I use a b44 body on mine as its wider and allows more hot air to escape. Body only requires slight modification around the nose, and new holes drilled.
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I use a b44 body on mine as its wider and allows more hot air to escape. Body only requires slight modification around the nose, and new holes drilled.
Got any pics?
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Got any pics?
here are a couple of pics I took a while back
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