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da Speedinger

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About da Speedinger

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  • Are You Human?
    Yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/12

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  • Location
    Vienna/Austria
  • Full Name
    Michi Frühschütz

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  1. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you William!
  2. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Atin!
  3. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Bo!
  4. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Patrick! Yes - thats what i try to achieve: build models different and make many details. Did you spot the blue bottle in the car?
  5. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you very much Matthew!
  6. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you very much guys!
  7. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Jason!
  8. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you very much Tom, that is my approch to modeling!
  9. Mini 1000 K7

    Thanks a lot David!
  10. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Mike! Yes, its a chain drive and i used the driveshafts from the kit. I tried to replicate what Z-Cars use in their kits, but i'm not sure if it's got a differential. "good drivers steer their car with the throttle"
  11. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Chris!
  12. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you Ricky!
  13. Mini 1000 K7

    Thank you JC!
  14. Mini 1000 K7

    After 5 months of WIP my latest project is done. And again I wanted to create something unusual and unique which should give me a new challenge to solve. I found a rather cheap Tamiya Mini Cooper Monte Carlo Rally kit and started thinking of what could i make from it. I already knew that in the UK you can buy motorcycle engine conversion kits from Z-Cars for 1:1 Minis. The problem for me was to find a motorcycle engine in scale 1/24. As i found nothing i liked, i decided to use 3D print, a task a good friend of mine took over for me. We managed to get hold of some CAD data for a 2007 Suzuki GSX-R 1000 engine (model code K7) from a UK motorsports company. My buddy fine tuned the data and printed the engine. From then on the project was in full swing. A scratch building and kit bashing orgy started and a million of changes where made to create a unique rear wheel driven rear engine (road legal) mini track car. Here a few WIP photos: And finally the result:
  15. Honda Hawk GT

    Thank you guys!