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12/03/2012 12:33 pm  #1


D&L dragster chassis guide flag

Currently building a D&L dragster and I am finding very little room in the guide flag area.  What have others used to keep wiring tidy looking and pics if you have them please.

 

12/03/2012 2:10 pm  #2


Re: D&L dragster chassis guide flag

Tree'd contact the maker, Dennis at l.sentman@yahoo.com (first letter is an L) he will help you with that. Or check with Flashpoint resins they have some pics there.

  DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

12/03/2012 3:05 pm  #3


Re: D&L dragster chassis guide flag

Thank you sir.  Very scale looking but the bare chassis weighs 69 grams.  I hope she will stop, lol.

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12/03/2012 4:49 pm  #4


Re: D&L dragster chassis guide flag

I don't see weight being a problem stopping. Keep us posted on how it goes...


   DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

12/09/2012 8:05 am  #5


Re: D&L dragster chassis guide flag

Dragster is coming along nicely.  Shooting for next Saturday for its first pass.  Will try and get some pics up when she is done.  Next build is gonna be a slipjoint S/C dragster.  Used to be in models in my younger years but being able to see these in action takes it to another level for me.  This is alot of fun.

     Thread Starter
 

12/09/2012 9:27 pm  #6


Re: D&L dragster chassis guide flag

I have used qualifying wire (it's what the wing car guys use for qualifying) for the JDS digger chassis.  It's thin and it will bend really nice....

 

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