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Member Since 14 Oct 2010
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In Topic: 60 vette

22 September 2011 - 03:49 PM


solid front and shaved down bumbers?

In Topic: 60 vette

22 September 2011 - 03:44 PM

thanks guys,Had it in primer a couple of times now checking for high and low spots, think I got them all now. Put the rear valance on after these pics and tidied up the hood hole and have final primed (I hope)
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Question time, re front end. Do you think solid panels behind the openings ( the surrounds will be made to look chrome-ish)? chop a grille to fit in the grill surround? and bumpers or not?


In Topic: (WIP) 68 Vette PM Body...update 1.11.13

22 September 2011 - 03:37 PM

Impressive!!!! You build your bodies simular to the way I build. Never thought about a 68 vette. Keep kickin ass!!!

In Topic: D.J.s mad 1/16th scale 63 promod vette

31 August 2011 - 04:23 PM

Sorry about the no image pics. dont know what happened to them? 1rst time back on this site in a month or two. heres my photobucket link. http://s1028.photobucket.com/albums/y343/djsmadplastic/ or add 63%20 vette/ at the end of this link. thanx. D.J.


16 May 2011 - 08:11 AM

i can only tell you what i know. if some one out there has an uncle bob and he owns something different, great. the blown pro mods that I AM aware of, do not self start. the rules don't require it and it's a ton of weight to penalize yourself with. they still carry a battery (although not a physically large one) to power all of the electronic gizmos and doo-flickers. i was taught a pic is worth a thousand words. here's my thousand words.
Dave is correct. there is a small power source so you can run the fuel pump and ect. also so you can check your valves,springs to adust when your jogging the motor between rounds with out physically turning over the motor completly. Cant afford to waste that fuel.(ha ha).
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will that help?

EDIT: the car pictured is a ADRL PX car. i did some quick research and NHRA pro mods are required to be self starting. although they allow the use of remote battery packs for starting only.