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  1. I like the tip using stretched pipette. I haven't seen smaller diameter clear hose otherwise.
  2. That's a great finish. I agree this bike was spectacular when unveiled.
  3. Wow I didn't think I would build another Panigale. It must be at least 80% new parts. They're completely different bikes. Also really looking forward to the Lucky Strike RGV. No more looking for the S27 transkit.
  4. That looks fantastic. The finish is perfect.
  5. Wow 15mm is a lot. You should check it against the kit chain.
  6. You can use photo etch radiator pattern and cut it yourself. Strange that they didn't include front and back pe in that set. I know that Hobby Design and S27 have front and back radiator faces for their RC213V sets.
  7. Very nice. The exhausts in particular look very realistic.
  8. Before any cutting just test fit the chain. It may fit perfectly and you can use the Tamiya screws. I used the Hobby Design chain on my Honda. It's the non moving type.
  9. You have to cut a slot so there is room to adjust. If you look at my chain it is tight with no sag, at the absolute limit of fit. I had to cut a bit of the swing arm to fit the front sprocket. Best solution would be to add another link and move the rear axle back but that would be a lot of extra work. You should build the engine and fit it now to test it. Also measure it against the kit chain. It will save you a headache later I assure you.
  10. I've only built their ZX-10Rs. Shape looks accurate enough. Generally simplified, some parts are moulded together. Fit is pretty good. Needs a bit of work if you want a detailed model.
  11. I used a Top Studio chain for this Ducati. You can see I didn't cut a slot here and the front sprocket is too far back and hits the swing arm. The rear axle needs to be maybe 0.5mm forward.
  12. You have to kind of treat it like a real bike. Drill out a slot at the rear axle so you can move it forward and backward a little bit. I used a 1.2mm brass tube for the axle. I don't think using Tamiya screws will work here. Fit front sprocket, make it able to spin but secure it with a screw. Fit rear sprocket then chain. Pull it tight and jam something in the slot to hold it. Add glue. Good luck.
  13. Building the chain is one thing. Fitting it is when the fun starts.
  14. It's a game changer. If only the clean-up process wasn't so toxic and messy.
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