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  • Birthday 09/06/1990

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    Eindhoven, Netherlands
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    RC Drifting - 2012/2014 D1:10 National Champion
    Team Wreck it Sideways

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  1. Just finished building mine and I really like it. Drove a couple before and they are pretty easy and a lot of fun to drive.
  2. Nice work on the wheels! Did you create the shocktower and other FRP bits too? Looks good.
  3. The black anodizing looks great!
  4. All good with Fibrelyte Will give the printed parts some love in the Shapeways polisher too to see what finish I can get. Perks of working there I guess
  5. Wild Dagger indeed uses TL01 uprights. The nice thing about that is that a LOT of Tamiya chassis share that part. Earlier Tamiya M03 and M04, FF02 and also all the WR02 versions. There's plenty of aluminium options available for any of those models.
  6. I stumbled upon your FF01 parts on Shapeways when I was browsing the marketplace again in some spare minutes at work. I finally pulled the trigger and got some Now to see which FF01 I will fit them too. It really makes me want to build a FF01 runner after seeing everyone's FF01 addictions being posted lately. I recently got one with a HPI carbon chassis, so that might be a fun runner?
  7. I've been away for a while, but finally posting new video's again! I've got a new workshop and posted a tour, upgraded my ABC Hobby Carrera IV and now started a new Tamiya project
  8. Here's a quick look at a few of my FF's. I have a couple more but no good pictures. FF01 with HPI tub, white arms and some other upgrades M03 with transparant clear chassis and lots of Tech Racing options M05 with blue plated chassis and plenty of Tamiya options Next to that I have two more FF01's (one stock and another with HPI carbon fibre decks), a M03 for racing, two M01's (one with green chassis, other with Tech Racing bulkheads) and a 3Racing Sakura D3 converted to FWD racer.
  9. Nice! Both will perform well for sure.
  10. You should check out the Streetjam and Scale Dynamics wheels. They have a small diameter rim look just like the HPI's, but with part of the sidewall part of the actual rim (so black plastic) and it looks really good when used with the correct tires. Streetjam and Yokomo also did a 17" look wheel where it has just a tiny black edge to the rim to make the wheel look just a little bit smaller.
  11. The adjustable ones you mean? They usually have either a USB dongle or a programcard you can plug into it. One of my servo's actually has an NFC connection so I can use my phone to set it up from an app. Pretty cool stuff! It's a bit lesser known in the racing world, mostly from drifting, but I really like RC OMG servo's. They are well priced and very good quality/speed. Other good options include KoPropo, Highest and SRT. PowerHD has also come a long way since the days of cheap ebay china spec servo's and make really good stuff now. I'm not a fan of Savox, I've had way too many issues with multiple of their models. Trackstar stuff is also not great even though it's tempting because it's cheap(er).
  12. Wow!!! This is absolutely crazy. What a beautiful creation. I would love to see what you could do with an FF01 while keeping it sort-of period correct.
  13. What's the budget and what are you looking for? Do you want it to be fully adjustable (by PC or programcard)?
  14. Knuckles for sure, C-hubs I'm not sure. I would think so, but I'm not too familiar with the CC01. Knuckles and shafts are just TA02 items on all of those chassis (FF01, CC01, TA03)
  15. Amazing work with the prints so far! Any chance you will be making the designs available anywhere for other people to use/buy? Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory, Shapeways etc.?
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