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Posted 7/24/2005 1:56:54 AM


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Definately wouldn't hurt to scale it down... Not too many people would be out there picking at the accuracies of the BTAS car. I think a little longer than the '89 car might work... Maybe 24, 25 feet?

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Posted 7/24/2005 2:30:11 AM


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id say about 23' i went form the hight of each canopy (minus the lip area on the 89) seeing as the seats in the 89 are arelady low enough. lol)
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Posted 7/24/2005 3:17:01 AM


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Niiiiiiiiiiiice... NOW we're talkin! Good job, RJ! Now show me to the fiberglass and resin! lol.

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Posted 7/24/2005 5:29:20 AM


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RJ shorten based on 120" wheelbase. Edit the picture too if you can. Base that on the 89's 141" wheelbase. Then you will have what I was thinking about. Nice work by the way.

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Posted 7/24/2005 7:06:44 AM


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i didnty fully understnad what u ment but is this close
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Posted 7/24/2005 8:25:27 AM


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I think that would work and still look really good. What do you think?

What would be some good wheels to use? I think that this is a car that could use some big wheels. Maybe 18" on the front and 20s on the rear. Since it was a cartoon I guess that wheel design would be up to the builder. Okay you young guys what do you think would look best.


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Posted 7/24/2005 10:14:53 AM


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Why different sized?

Aren't they same in the cartoon?







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Posted 7/24/2005 10:43:30 AM


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See that's an old man talking. Don't you know how cool, hip, and awesome the big rims are? Okay lets say 18s or 20s all the way around.

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Posted 7/24/2005 2:44:06 PM


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I say 20's... These wheels are larger than life. Maybe brushed aluminum or allow... definately not polished chrome IMO.

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it looks good with the same wheelbase as the 89, but seeing as the cockpit hs to be moved back its not hard to just add an extra 1' sometyhing to the frame. but i actuly like the idea of it having the same wheelbase as the 89 for when there sitting side by side, and i really done think anyone would notice the 2' diffrence so either way works for me

i dont know much about wheels, but ima say i agree, with the really thin tires dont know what there called but they look really really thin (yes really really thing was the best description i could come up with)
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