PS is for a clear lexan / polycarbonate ( designed to be used on the inside) and TS is for hard plastics. The PS is designed to flex and doesn't adhere to non polycarbonat's as well, and turns out kind of hazy.
Thanks Tyrone! I wish I can be at your level one day, but I\m just doing what I can in the off season. I can honestly say that your builds are some of the ones that inspired me and made me want to build a car like this. My new project will be a scaled down version of my 10.5w car a 1985 monte carlo with a Reher Morison 540bbc& an f3r ( the one in my display pic)
The carb hat I used 2 different sizes of styrene tube. I used a bigger diameter to fit over the carb and cut it then I took the smaller tube and cut a notch out of it ( the same size the bigger tube) then glued it on top. I then used filler to build it up and fill the gaps, then sanded it into shape
I then had some problems with hood clearance for the blow off valves and decided this was no longer a true street car so I took the passenger seat out and built a procharger 2400 atw intercooler, made a B&M shifter, and added bars to the cage .
I then made new charge pipes ( I used heat shrink for couples and it works great), a front mounted fuel cell, and a aeromotive fuel pressure regulator .