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Old 04-25-2011, 04:27 PM   #16
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

May I ask how much you added *in addition to* the Top Studio kit (I understand that rivets, bolts and CF decals are added, I'm more asking about detail parts and NOT scratchbuilt stuff...)? Your work has made me consider the '08 bike. The level of detail you've done is very, very good. I've build 2 of the TS MotoGP kits and one F1 TS kit and love Johnson's work. If what you've done is only the Top Studio kit, the kit is definitely worth the price.

Please let me know. Thanks!
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Old 04-27-2011, 01:10 PM   #17
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

Hello
I am sorry but I do not speak at all English, I will make the translation on Internet
Yamaha M1 2008 of signal studio for me is the most beautiful model and complete of ts,
there is much work on this model, for me it my is preferred
and all the parts which are added it is me which manufactured them
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Old 04-27-2011, 02:46 PM   #18
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

I read your posts here and saw you made a lot of the things you added...I was wanting to know how much more detail you added in addition to the TS kit. Looks like you added quite a bit to the kit and the TS kit. I really like your build and looks like you put in about as much work as I would. Makes me REALLY consider buying this kit.
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

Yes I manufactured some parts, the shock absorber postpones, the supports of careenage, the fixing of the water bottle, I adapted the engine and the radiator of the 2009 which is more with resembling the 2008, but you can see other photographs


http://racing.conceptforum.net/t5555...8-full-details

http://toptonio.blogspot.com/2011/03...ails_3313.html
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:20 PM   #20
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

Your link to the French board was just awesome. I'm really heading toward buying that kit...

Do you have reference pictures for the '08 bike by any chance? I don't have any and would definitely need some for this build, if I do it. Of course there aren't many on the web and no Pitwalk guide.
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Hello I built Yamaha M1 2008 top studio without forgetting any detail!




are you sure that all wires are in the right position?
amazing job!!!
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

that... is madness.
ever since I've been eyeing up motorbike kits, this is one set that keeps coming up.
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are you crazy ?
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

As I've said, great build!

May I ask which fork set you used? '05 or '09? Or, did you make your own??
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

Hello
yes I used the fork of M1 2005 since 2009 the fork is not any more the same one
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yes I used the fork of M1 2005 since 2009 the fork is not any more the same one
Thanks!

I've started mine and it's a fun build already!
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I've started mine and it's a fun build already!


Hello a detailed photograph and more one bond if that can help

www.topstudiohobby.com/gallery/gallery36.htm
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Re: Yamaha M1 2008 top studio

Thanks so much! That is *exactly* the way I am going to display my bike (both wheels off, bike on stands). I thought that would be fitting for this level of detail...

Thanks for the help!
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This is not normal
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