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 Ferrari 458 Italia, Fujimi
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 12:23 AM


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hi, more updates today.

front intake vent painted.
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more progress on the door, start the detail on the door. polyster putty to fill the gap.
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smoothen the putty, need to apply white putty to fill the holes later on.
put all the door parts together with double sided tape and test fit.
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sneak preview tongue.gif
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with windows on... cant shut it nicely due to was directly cut out from the 1-piece windscreen+window... should i cut the window to half the height and attach it like the window is half way down? or no window at all?
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thats all for now, thanks for viewing and all comments are welcome. laugh.gif
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Bomber Vince
Posted: Apr 23 2012, 02:12 AM


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nice doors... I dare not to try open doors yet, u r a brave soul.
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 08:47 AM


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whoaaa fitment ngam ngam ohmy.gif damn nice bro
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 12:02 PM


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dont use the original window, too damn thick, i say no window, i saw ICW got sell some tamiya clear pla-plate 0.3mm, maybe u can try that if u want half window happy.gif

door looks good, keep it up bro!
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 03:41 PM


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Hi, thanks guys, bro entau, thanks for the suggestion, will try n see half window with clear pla plate n see looks ok anot, if not thn will ignore the window... laugh.gif
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 11:24 PM


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the doors are looking good bro!! thumbs up for that! haha.. happy.gif
now my progress is on hold due to exams, so u can work all the way till the finish line before i catch up with ya.. laugh.gif

i'd say i prefer the windows to be half, look more special than without window i think.. happy.gif

keep up the good work bro, and thanks for ur help on last week! happy.gif
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Posted: Apr 23 2012, 11:31 PM


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hi, the flame in me is burning hot... laugh.gif more update today.

trace the outer curve of the jamb with masking tape and transfer it to the door and draw it out on the door with marker pen and create the area which have to fill with putty.
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using the paper piping bag method that i previously used, pipe out the polyster putty to the marked area. kinda useful way to me... laugh.gif
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shape the outer curve of the door by using a used stirer from McDonald's. the result as shown. tongue.gif
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thats all for now, need to wait the putty fully cure only can proceed to sanding and more putty work to fill those uneven part...
thanks for viewing and all comment are welcome. laugh.gif
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Posted: Apr 24 2012, 01:10 PM


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looking good! happy.gif
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Posted: Apr 24 2012, 01:46 PM


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seems that this cake baking method is starting to become popular laugh.gif laugh.gif
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Posted: Apr 24 2012, 03:09 PM


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QUOTE (sky_tokyodrifter @ Apr 24 2012, 01:46 PM)
seems that this cake baking method is starting to become popular laugh.gif laugh.gif

Haha... No popular la... But to me, i find it quite useful to apply putty on small area cleanly.
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Posted: Apr 24 2012, 03:35 PM


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QUOTE
Haha... No popular la... But to me, i find it quite useful to apply putty on small area cleanly.


Believe me brotha, it's gonna spread (speaking with a scottish ascent) laugh.gif laugh.gif
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Posted: Apr 27 2012, 11:41 PM


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haha..yea, especially bro autodecepticon posted the method on automotiveforums, for sure it's gonna spread like virus! laugh.gif
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Posted: May 8 2012, 12:30 AM


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hello, here are some updates after a short break.

here are the doors after cleaned up.
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test fited to the body. looks good so far.
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white putty applied to fill up those uneven area and sanded smooth, rescribed the window seal, then primed with grey primer.
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test fit again.
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primed the door panel.
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door hinges time... sand flat on 1 side of 2 plastic pipe, i used Evergreen 2.4mm diameter with inner diameter of 0.93mm.
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cut a space on 1 of the pipe after measuring the angle so that can secure the copper rod.
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bend a S shape with copper rod, Lionroar 1mm diameter copper rod.
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the other pipe glued to the door after some measurment.
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glue the pipe with the space to the body, then insert the S shape rod n secure it, ofcourse with some measurment aswell. cool.gif how? not sure how to explain, just test fit and test fit, then do a marking with a marker pen on where the hinge should be glue to. tongue.gif
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slide in the door, and tada... consider done.
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test fit together with door panel on, windscreen on, dash board and seats on.
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thats all for now, still need some touch up on the door panel detail, hinge consider ok for 2nd time, better and open smoother compare with my previous attemp on the GTR project. tongue.gif

all comment are welcome, thanks for your time guys. laugh.gif
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Posted: May 8 2012, 05:34 PM


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there is something seriously wrong with you. CRAZY MODIFICATIONS BROOOO!!! ohmy.gif

It turned out wicked
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Posted: May 8 2012, 06:45 PM


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practise makes prefect, oh yeah! laugh.gif laugh.gif
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