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Drift engine bays
#11
Thank you, yeah it can do some pretty good detail for an FDM type printer
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#12
What's your eBay name? So I can be on the look out. Great job on getting these started.
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#13
(02-06-2016, 12:35 PM)Maddog_Madigan Wrote:  What's your eBay name? So I can be on the look out. Great job on getting these started.



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#14
Really cool!

Whats the overall height of the piece? I wonder how it'll interact with the front shock tower.
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#15
15mm at the rear going down to 10mm at the front end, may take some cutting and modifiying to fit over some shock towers
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#17
I purchased a 2jz single turbo engine Bay recently. I am very happy with my purchase. Crazy level of detail on these and you can place the components anywhere you'd like within the bay.

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#18
Is there any chance you will produce an ej22?
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#19
(03-14-2016, 03:22 PM)driftscooby Wrote:  Is there any chance you will produce an ej22?


Yeah I probably will be soon
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#20
How much do you sell engine bays for?

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