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Old 11-26-2013, 01:27 PM   #46
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Re: Yamaha YZF750 Tech 21 Fujimi

The first wheel is installed.





And the bike stands upright on its own....



I have made the clear protective spiral copying another guy from another forum:

Wayne Gardner's 1986 NSR500 Rothmans - Motor Bike Factory Works In Progress Forum - eScale Models

It's easier you read his explanation....





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Old 12-03-2013, 03:02 PM   #47
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Almost ended the handlebars....
Made the connection to the brake reservoir with a T2M bolt and 0.7 rod.





Placed the green tube





About the gauges.... the left one as a hole inside, the decal will not stay there flat...



I cutted the decal and left it on the paper and glued it into the hole with white glue...



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This is coming along nicely Adrian - I look forward to it being finished
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This is coming along nicely Adrian - I look forward to it being finished
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Andrea ,John..... Andrea
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Andrea ,John..... Andrea
sorry Andrea - I type without looking at the screen - I confused you with "ace91"
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Old 12-22-2013, 01:25 PM   #51
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Re: Yamaha YZF750 Tech 21 Fujimi

Some details.... in which I spent a lot of time.... paint... pick up details.... washing.... dry brushing....



Gauges and lights....



and the refueling system....

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Nice build Andrea!
I've thought of buing the Trick Star ZX10RRs from Fujimi but have been a bit uncertain about the quality/price ratio but I think I'll have a go.
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Nice build Andrea!
I've thought of buing the Trick Star ZX10RRs from Fujimi but have been a bit uncertain about the quality/price ratio but I think I'll have a go.
Hello did you see my WIP about ZX10RR 2010? As fujimi kits there is a bit of work to do, but at the end the model is very nice, very crispy details....
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Hello did you see my WIP about ZX10RR 2010? As fujimi kits there is a bit of work to do, but at the end the model is very nice, very crispy details....
No, I didn't. Been away for some years so I have some to catch up (didn't even know F made bikes...) I'll look your WIP up and have a look!
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No, I didn't. Been away for some years so I have some to catch up (didn't even know F made bikes...) I'll look your WIP up and have a look!
Here it is
http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbul....php?t=1080548
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Reading it I remember looking at it when I first saw the kit on ebay!
Nice build! I will do the red one though! :-)
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Some days ago clear coated the rear fairing and the tank. The rear fairing have been sanded and now I need to polish them.





Installed the brake and gear levers with their lines





The front brake lines



I found some issues I could fix but without reference I didn't notice them.... as the rear oil tank which is empty... some putty would solve the problem... And the attachment pins too. I didn't noticed the should be visible....
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Re: Yamaha YZF750 Tech 21 Fujimi

It all looks really good Andrea - this really is coming along great
I see that Zero paints has the one color for the Tech21 bikes but not for the decal part
I don't think the kit decals are the best to use - I think painting it all would be better like you did Andrea
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Andrea - what colors did you use to make the darker blue for the Tech21??
I see that Zero doesn't offer that color in the "tech21" paint set.
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I see that Zero doesn't offer that color in the "tech21" paint set.
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Hello John I don't remember well... it was a mix of tech21 blue, galouises blu and some red
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Re: Yamaha YZF750 Tech 21 Fujimi

Beautiful work Andrew! This one is on my purchase list (Lucky Strike version)
I took your advice on that RC211V exhaust spring issue.. Thank you!
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