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Old 06-29-2011, 05:07 PM   #61
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well, i had to start at the beginning, i had to pick up my jaw with every update, i had to flip back and make sure i wasnt seeing things wrong....soo after all this. i still dont know what to say...
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:02 AM   #62
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amazing, like everything you do.
This blue efect its paint or decal? can you tell us how you do it?
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Thank you. blue heat stain is paint. I sprayed it from center... sprayed blue, and masked and sprayed silver and red, etc.


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well, i had to start at the beginning, i had to pick up my jaw with every update, i had to flip back and make sure i wasnt seeing things wrong....soo after all this. i still dont know what to say...
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:51 AM   #63
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It's a great job! I like it very much... How did you realize the tires? I like their finish....
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:03 AM   #64
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I hope you like it.
...like it?

It's awesome, brilliant, amazing!!!

I'm waiting more progress soon.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:05 AM   #65
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You did a fabtastic job! I will say it again - it is a big pleasure to follow your thread. Awaiting for more
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Awesome work love the table the bike is sitting on.
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Old 07-04-2011, 04:23 AM   #67
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Thank you. blue heat stain is paint. I sprayed it from center... sprayed blue, and masked and sprayed silver and red, etc.



쩔긴 뭘.... 순호 맞지? 처음에는 어려운데 쓰다보면 나름 편한 부분도 있더라구.



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Assembled chain and wheels.










I hope you like it.
those tires... i never see anything like that!
sanding, masking and painting with some clear paint??? or with a pencil??????????
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Re: YAMAHA YZR-M1 2005 GAULOISES No.46

Young Gun - you - Sandro - Andrea - Zed red - have really increased the level of what can be done with these Tamiya motoGP kits and some skills to modify them with what is available and scratch-building. Your work on the "muffler - exhaust" is the best I've seen so far. I realize that "hair" is used to make the "mold lines" on the tires, but just how did you do that? It looks good, but I'm not quite sure that real tires - worn or new - have that look exactly. Maybe less of the mold lines would be better. What was your reference for that modification? Thank you for posting your work - keep up with your WIP it is very helpful. - John.
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Mounting fantastic, I'm here looking at the details several times, so perfect, so the exhausts very realistic, congratulations, I am here looking forward to more ...

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Thank you friends for your kind replies.

Years have passed since my last post.

I've finished the instrument panel module with data logger and signal cables and front wheel module.

I hope you like it.













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total perfection!! I learn a lot watching your pictures.
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Fantastic inspirational work as usual Mr Park.... Cant wait to see more!!!!

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another great installment YoungGun - keep the updates coming - John
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:24 AM   #74
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Thanks work mates.



Made a stand again.




This time, I used 1mm brass beam. But it looks a little bit thick.






Did you see it? I made a hole and put in a pin.





And some more pictures during wiring.










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A little progress.... as usual.

I've connected cables and added some decals.











Hope you enjoy it. Thank you for watching.
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