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Old 07-12-2018, 02:56 AM   #16
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Thanks chris24 for the photos and information. The'85 wing looks easy to accomplish.
You're welcome ! Your reworked wing looks way better.
Then later we will discuss about the wheels
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Old liveries were so much better than new ones.
Glad to read someone who shares my opinion

They were, at least, more "readable" and recognizable. Nowadays, 75% of Le Mans cars (for instance) are black (or dark grey), white, red and display zillions of totally unknown small brands. :'(
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Have a set of the Gottis for the rears.




The Belga appears to have used Ronal Turbos.



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Old 07-12-2018, 10:57 AM   #19
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Belga is a pretty iconic livery. Mind you, not as much as Jager or Gulf, or BMW Motorsport, but awesome nonetheless. The only modern livery that has the same level of cool to me is Red Bull. Hard to mistake for anything else.
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Old 07-13-2018, 09:32 AM   #20
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Renaissance makes a complete kit of the Belga car but does not offer the decals separately.



Ordered these instead.


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Old 07-13-2018, 10:29 AM   #21
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Nice. Hopefully they have these when I'm ready for my E24 635CSi project.
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Hi JC, great job on the wing! And great choice on the livery! Belga was a frequent sponsor in rally from the end of 70's which looks superb, especially on an iconic car, like the Porsche!
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Have a set of the Gottis for the rears.


Beny Fernandez in Spain : it was not a real SC RS, although period correct. More of a "spec built" car.

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The Belga appears to have used Ronal Turbos.
Yes, but in 1985 only. And often with Fuchs at the front.
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Renaissance makes a complete kit of the Belga car but does not offer the decals separately.
They used to, but awhile ago

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Ordered these instead.

These are the correct ones for this period. The others came later (1993).
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Nice. Hopefully they have these when I'm ready for my E24 635CSi project.
If you want to build a group A racing car, these are the ones you need :



with central lock nut.
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If you want to build a group A racing car, these are the ones you need :



with central lock nut.
Yup, who makes these?
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Yup, who makes these?
Renaissance, they are the Ronal circuit set, RE.A24RON2

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'84 wing on the left, '85 wing on the right.



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I prefer to use the chassis and 1-piece rear suspension from the curbside kit, makes adjusting stance simpler and locks in the engine position. I open the area around the engine bottom then modify the Enthusiast engine top to fit.




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Coming along nicely !
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