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The BRM Stackpipe has a cool name in my opinion. Not to mention 8-crazy pipes making a wonderful, sweet noise.

Almost all are dark green or red. And rightfully so. I thought yellow might be an interesting change.

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Custom aluminum chassis. Professor Motor roller bearings, axles, and wire. BWMS050 motor with 10x23 gears. BWA wheels (Sadly no longer available. See RS Slots). Slot It guide. DArt tires, inserts, and body kit.

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· Jim Moyes
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I'm pretty sure there was never a BRM stackpipe that measured less than 6 inches either.
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Come on Ken, get your act together !
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The purists are a tough crowd. I know I wandered far from the path. But it was one of my first builds. I had fun building it none the less. It drives great!

The insert colour alone is wearing me down and will likely get changed. I figured this would get a reaction.
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My other choices for colour at the time were, Ferrari candy lime green, Maserati coral blue, or Matra camel yellow. I went with BRM bright yellow.
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· Al Schwartz
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Thank you very kindly Leo.
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Purists have to follow rules. My humble apologies... I am a rebel.
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Just about everything I build will have some twist to it. Just wait until you see my lime green Ferrari.
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That said, your excellent exposition on chassis building has sent me off on a new set of experiments with square stainless steel tubing (to be documented shortly) following this principal:


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Yep I agree with Autoavia (Tony). I have also painted slot cars and models in my own fictitious colours which is my choice as it's only a hobby with no rules as such and sometimes people tend to forget on here this is your choice and I see nothing wrong with it. If your happy with that then good for you. There's nothing wrong with something different. I actually like your Yellow BRM Stackpipe, so carry on doing what you enjoy. You can always build and paint another one in the correct colours.

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Thank you very kindly, Chris Pomeroy.
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You are very kind.

You must have been reading my thoughts. I just bought this on Tuesday night. I paid a little extra for the straight exhaust you see above the stacks. Something about a red BRM driven by a guy named Lorenzo Bandini back in 1963?

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For the purists... I ordered another set of BRM inserts for the yellow BRM.
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