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8/17/2010 7:29 pm  #1

Getting into 1/24 Drags

People usually make them from Styrene.  I think when they say no styrene bodies that only applies to the main body.  A scoop or a wing should not be a problem.


8/17/2010 11:45 pm  #2

Re: Getting into 1/24 Drags

For what it is worth, models are styrene plastic, what the rule should have read is no vacumme formed styrene bodies

I know more than I will ever admit to

8/18/2010 5:14 am  #3

Re: Getting into 1/24 Drags

Thats true!


8/18/2010 8:45 am  #4

Re: Getting into 1/24 Drags

An aftermarket hood and scoop is gonna be resin. I really think that the rules at your track are meaning no vacummed form styrene bodies.


8/18/2010 2:22 pm  #5

Re: Getting into 1/24 Drags

I agree
I need a styrene wing built for a beretta Econo MM/PS I just bought, if my buddy Gorilla does not want to do it I will be looking for volunteers.


Last edited by TIMMY! (8/18/2010 2:25 pm)

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11/18/2010 10:10 pm  #6

Re: Getting into 1/24 Drags

I make all my hoods and wings... except for snorkel scoops



i have some templates for most common models  but most of the time i just build them by scratch

There are no ties in drag racing. Thank god!!!

11/18/2010 10:15 pm  #7

Re: Getting into 1/24 Drags

pre paint



There are no ties in drag racing. Thank god!!!

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