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baddgass

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Looking good! When I get to that stage of the build on my P/X, I was going to do a normal 4-link set-up, but after looking thru some old Drag Racing Monthly magazines, I thought I'd go ahead & try a different rear suspension set-up, something you don't see too much.

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Oh yea this is looking real good I like the coil springs, and the mounts. Really diggin these larger scale builds...

I like the bigg stiff too!

Looking good! When I get to that stage of the build on my P/X, I was going to do a normal 4-link set-up, but after looking thru some old Drag Racing Monthly magazines, I thought I'd go ahead & try a different rear suspension set-up, something you don't see too much.

Tell me more!

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O-K you asked for it.I'm planning on building a swing-arm rear suspension (developed by Murray Anderson from "down under") for my '71 Dodge Demon P/X.It's one of the questions I asked the tech at the ADRL to make sure it is a legal set-up, it is, so I'll try & put one in.

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Derrick Your scratch building skills are excellent! This is shaping up to be a killer build, keep up the outstanding work! ;) love that 4 link by the way.

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O-K you asked for it.I'm planning on building a swing-arm rear suspension (developed by Murray Anderson from "down under") for my '71 Dodge Demon P/X.It's one of the questions I asked the tech at the ADRL to make sure it is a legal set-up, it is, so I'll try & put one in.

You have to show pics. Have too!

Derrick Your scratch building skills are excellent! This is shaping up to be a killer build, keep up the outstanding work! :lol: love that 4 link by the way.

Well still have to make a track locator or a wishbone

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You have to show pics. Have too!

Well still have to make a track locator or a wishbone

No problem Derrick, I plan to, got some good pictures from the magazine on hooking it up & found some stuff on the net that will help.

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Derrick you must wear kevlar ovenmits when you build, cause this build is hot! :lol:

P.s. when both our builds are done were gonna have to putt em on the 1/4 mile. LOL!

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Derrick you must wear kevlar ovenmits when you build, cause this build is hot! B)

P.s. when both our builds are done were gonna have to putt em on the 1/4 mile. LOL!

Yes we are (lol) it should be a good one. Thanks, will have some new pics. tomorrow. :lol:

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Nice rear you got there Derrick.......:rolleyes: Er, not being personal............................ :lol: :lol:

Looking fantastic mate, the rear shocks fit nicely.

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Well bros. got some work done on the wheelie bar, i'll get that finish to night and mybe track arm.

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The complete steering system turned out fantastic, if I ever get around to making a 1/16th scale P/M build, I sure hope I can build it close to this build, it's great!

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im confused here,

is this a model site or how to build a real race car. im stunned

very beuatiful and highly detailed

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semijoe said "is this a model site or how to build a real race car."

is there a difference? hehe.

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