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  1. The original shells are pretty common to find. Identical mold was used for the Toyota prerunner and other models too I believe. No need for tbg on this one.
  2. Isnt the point of the diffuser to generate downforce (ie better cornering). If anything this would slow you down in a straight line - right? Smoothed undertray will reduce drag so will clearly help straight line as youve found (albeit difference you saw was pretty big).
  3. If Shapeways can get prices down to a sensible level - totally agree, atm it is not really affordable for anything other than custom parts. Also, your substrates need to come from somewhere - right? At some point shipping is going to happen, minimising it is the key.
  4. I sell a replacement version on shapeways if that's of help?
  5. Shapeways is the biggest marketplace, search on there for "Madcap" and youll see everything that is printable there. There is no universal way to search every site.
  6. Smallest you can get away with to minimise weight (not that its a big issue these days - just feels bad).
  7. If you do the gearbox, be prepared for some alignment pain Also, I suggest swapping the internals for modern ones so you can get more diff options. With your susp arms have you considered recesses for proper bearings? Would be PLUSH.
  8. Looks to be in great shape. Show us without the shell on.....
  9. Anyway to fit an ARB on the front? That might help and allow you to free up the rear a bit & add back a bit of droop.
  10. I fancy a Cougar 2 but cant bring myself to pay for the works version. Also a Yokomo Dogfighter - probably a 94. Expensive tho.
  11. Give the poor thing a body......
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