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Old 18-12-2015
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Default S12-1M Photos - Show Your Drive!

Here we go, we have both cars, time for some photos!
Add your builds, wiring and shells here.

As a start, here my S12-1M



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would love to show mine but oople seems to be painful to try and post a photo

so here is a facebook link https://www.facebook.com/www.Modelca...type=3&theater





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Theres quite a few that have been built over the weekend, just hope they put their cars up now
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Default some of the local guys cars

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Heres mine, cant upload all pics for some reason.
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Ok here are the rest
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whats with the turnbuckles and cups?
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look like 3rd party titanium turnbuckles
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Haydens car - fresh built and then in action at Silverstone
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whats with the turnbuckles and cups?
Lunsford tie rods, associated tc or RC10B2 ball joints as ive never had one pop.
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Lunsford tie rods, associated tc or RC10B2 ball joints as ive never had one pop.

do they fit on the sworkz ballstuds or you using different studs too
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Im using associated TC5 balls and cups. The tie rods are longer as the cups are much shorter but would fit these ball studs should you get a shorter version.
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