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Allan Wakefield
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Well I mean...How could I not??






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Lights by Overdrive (The New Le Mans style fronts) Both are XB1 kits with additional front lights.

Here are the rest..



Still need to cover the front lights from the inside to stop light bleed..


Yep! I tried something new and you can see the pit warning roof light is working on this model (White SMD LED, also from Overdrive).


and again! (mutter) didn't notice this till I took this picture but the light bleed is terrible on the rear of the Daytona! Looks like another car coming up from behind though so maybe I should keep quiet

 

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tee hee, look he's even done the roof light - once again swiss, NICE ONE!

mutters - "must do some on me own cars"

Rob.

p.s OHHH Look it's on his rally track too! I recognise that sweeping downhill bit from the model!!
 

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QUOTE OHHH Look it's on his rally track too! I recognise that sweeping downhill bit from the model

Wrong!
Well you know nothing is set in stone round here right?

Well the track place is coming on fast (more later) and so the plans have changed too somewhat.

Therefore the curves you see are actually the reverse camber drop off at the back of 'Mugello' track in Italy.

For 'Mugello' pics and set up - See Here..

By the way - that's a bloody good website to look around too!
 

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QUOTE Well you know nothing is set in stone round here right

You callin me stupid? course I do. would be funny looking stones anyway, white? and cold? ummmm..

reminder - never eat yellow snow


Rob.
 

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Turismo - It is a skill range from simple to slightly more complex for the fitting of Overdrive lights depending on the car and the light system chosen.

I have a set of , I think, three 'how to's' sitting within this forums resource section that you will find useful.

As for availability, they are widely accessible and I suggest a surfin' session round your favorite stores will give you answers.
What is your geographic location? I might be able to get more specific
 
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