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gamblor916

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  1. It's odd that that top uses a different weave to the bottom. My personal preference for the top I'd use Ka-models A type carbon. Model Factory Hiro makes a square weave suitable for the bottom. For all carbon decals I tend to use the smaller sizes.
  2. Nice work. Interested to see how you tackle that Top Studio chain.
  3. It's from a Panigale as is the chain.
  4. Does it have the really early beaver tail though? Can't really tell from the pics.
  5. That looks great. Nice work!
  6. Thanks for all the comments. Just sanding and a wash to get rid of the mould release.
  7. Here's my Ducati 916 from Tamiya. Chain is the Hobby Design Panigale set and I've used the Blue Stuff detail set.
  8. That's a fantastic build. What colour did you use for the blue?
  9. Here's what I've done so far. The chassis and interior is done. I've replaced the seats with Veneno ones pulled out of a failed build. Colour is Verde Ermes from Splash paints.
  10. I have the Model Factory Hiro set as an option but their supplied sprockets are cast white metal full of bubbles. Another option is to go down the 3d print route.
  11. On the bench right now I have Tamiya's Ducati 916 and Desmosedici. I've used parts from the Blue Stuff detail set for the 916 and various Hobby design and Top studio parts for the Desmosedici. I still have to source a chain for it though.
  12. That turned out great. I really like the colour combo.
  13. I agree. There's a range of great quality alternatives readily available.
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