Tarmac spec lightweight
Status: New built
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I wanted an Integrale which resembled as closely as possible a tarmac-spec machine so deliberately chose a TL01 chassis as a base due to the lack of toe-in in the rear suspension (more realistic). I ditched the standard chassis and ordered a lightweight hop-up chassis, carbon gear shafts, carbon prop, speed tuned gears, rear ball diff, front one-way diff, adj upper arms, adj steering arms, stainless suspension shafts, alloy florine coated low friction shocks, 11 turn Tamiya motor, softer Tamiya tyres with hard inserts, rear anti-roll bar & I managed to find a rally car interior insert. Very pleased with the outcome, though it is a shame I had to use alternative wheels to get the right offset/track dimensions (though Lancia DID use these style wheels on two rallies in 1992 according to my WRC 92 video!, so it does not worry me too much).
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looks really nice !!!!! if you ever want to sale 1 let me no
Looks spot on. Are they the wheels from the WRC focus 03? Have you thought about adding the protruding wheels vents like some of the real tarmac Deltas had
Yeah, Lancer Evo6 or Focus 03 wheels are perfect, would love the brake cooling wheel attachments but I lack the modelling skills to make them! unfortunately. I was thinking of adding the rolled up and fastened rear mudflaps at some stage. now i've finished it I cannot bring myself to run it!
actually they use that style of wheel more than two rallies but not under this paint scheme rather the red martini scheme and the center disks painted black.
another fantastic model. do you not find the 11turn motor too much for the TL-01 (or has it still not been run)- cheers.
Have not run this one yet but have briefly run one I built for a friend with carbon prop, ball diff, fully ballraced, speed tuned gears, stainless suspension pins, alloy heatsink, etc. Destroyed a set of alloy CV joint driveshafts in 2 minutes!! Runs fine once replaced them with standard ones though. Flippin FAST!!!!!!
Hi there im having problems with my lancia delta hf integrale cuz i need some one to paint the cabin driver & co driver for me as i dont have ne paints or no what paint to use , do u no of ne one who could paint it for me . Hope to hear from u soon Please e-mail me
Any decent model shop should have a decent stock of little enamel paint pots, the quality of the various brushes is vital, don't forget an EXTREMELY fine one for the facial details.
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