rom, i'll help you out here. henry, the scoop is correct. that's how big they are when they are built. you must cut the scoop down to the level at which it needs to be as far as the builder is concerned. the scoop is not designed to fit the just camaro. please note the size of the "real" scoop before it is on the camaro and then look at the scoop after it is on the "finished" camaro.
here is the real "unmodified" scoop. again please note the overall height of the scoop from the flange on the bottom to the top. it is quite tall!
here is the scoop after it has been installed on the "finished" camaro. again note the "reduction" in overall height. that is because it's been "cut"!
robert, yes the bodies are a rough texture. they are almost sandpaper like. that is the way they come. it is a result of the printing process in the w.s.f. material. there is a tutorial on the T.D.R. site explaining the procedure you should follow to prep the body for paint. are they a pain to sand? yes!! w.s.f. is a very tough material. you most likely will not sand it smooth. it will require a combination of sanding and a build up of filler primer to smoothout.
Edited by comp1839, 15 May 2012 - 03:44 PM.