Honda RC211V Telefonica Movistar 2003-2004 S. Gibernau


churripay
05-25-2016, 08:35 AM
Greetings all, this is the last model made, I hope you like it, thanks for watching and commenting.
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The 5th Horseman
05-27-2016, 08:26 AM
your model looks very good, the paintjob is excellent!
what shade of blue did you use? it looks brighter than the suggested TS51...
also, your brake disks are photo etched metal? I 'm asking because in motoGP they use steel brake disks when it rains so for your bike to be completely accurate you should add rain tyres.
Then it will be truly perfect!

churripay
05-27-2016, 04:26 PM
your model looks very good, the paintjob is excellent!
what shade of blue did you use? it looks brighter than the suggested TS51...
also, your brake disks are photo etched metal? I 'm asking because in motoGP they use steel brake disks when it rains so for your bike to be completely accurate you should add rain tyres.
Then it will be truly perfect!

Greetings, thanks for the comments, referring to the paint used is Zero Paintings reference number 1015, and as for the steel disks the model is made according to the photographs found on the Internet in which the tires are smooth, but thanks for enlightenment.

fredjevogel
05-29-2016, 10:41 AM
A very well built bike, great colors and the heat staining from the exhausts is gorgeous, absolutely wonderful!

MarcoMoto
06-03-2016, 12:26 PM
Agree! Beautiful build! I am always curious, what brand are the clear colors on the exhaust?
I have this one in the stash, so yours will be great inspiration.. Marco

churripay
06-03-2016, 03:32 PM
[QUOTE=MarcoMoto;7185335]Agree! Beautiful build! I am always curious, what brand are the clear colors on the exhaust?
I have this one in the stash, so yours will be great inspiration.. Marco[/QUOTE


Hello Marco, how are you? colors escape as I apply them are as follows: No. 1 shiny black coats, Alclad chrome and thereafter transparent blue, transparent red, transparent orange even green tranparente, purple, and outputs exhaust the mess with with black x1 very diluted Tamiya, the colors mentioned above can be Tamiya or the like.

MarcoMoto
06-03-2016, 06:39 PM
Thanks churripay, for the quick answer, I use the same methods..
Marco

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