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  1. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Electrics finally installed. Run time soon.
  2. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    DSRCC on Facebook buddy, fellow called Dennis. Lovely chap and remarkable craftsmanship. Lee
  3. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    And that's the roller all finished. Just added the DSRCC arms. Lee
  4. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Manobet racing Rob. All fitted now, shiny. Lee
  5. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Thanks Tom. Yes it's 3mm and 2mm. So easy to do mate, man of your skills will find it a breeze. So this lovely jewel just landed. Now to get it fitted. Lee
  6. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Just search for Team Associated, or even Jconcepts chassis protector. It's a clear sheet that is extremely hard wearing. Bests....Lee
  7. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    And mounted up. Lee
  8. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Went for a non boxart quick and simple shell. Lee
  9. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    No bud, I'll be running it with AE chassis vinyl, which is tough as nails, used it on many of my race cars. The SA arms are shorter, very slightly, but you get the track width back with a wider 6mm hex hub. The uprights give a nice 2 degree toe in too, or 0, depending how you orientate them. Lee
  10. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Driveshaft option. Now I am using SA arms here, but the 70mm DF03 shafts, along with the two way hubs seems about fine. A bump stop is needed, but this would be negated if using actual Dynastorm arms.
  11. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Few silly bits to do, waiting on a couple more custom parts, but very happy so far. Can't wait to run this one, it's been fun. Lee
  12. ralphee

    Dynastorm re'rebuild.

    Oven cleaner. Finite timing too, just move the parts around till they all hit silver, then remove fast and rinse. Then just a case of a lot of polishing. Only did this as they were a bit faded, no scratches so it made it easier, and since this is now in a 211x vain, thought it would look kinda bespoke. Lee
  13. ralphee

    Kingcab Build

    Might be able to help with a few Astute bits. Do have the grey CVA dampers, maybe some other bits and bobs from the rere. Have to have a look at what you need. Lee