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tudor_47
2010.09.10, 03:52 AM
Hi
i get from my PN-dealer that the pn pancar body is no more that is there is none to buy!?

I am enterering the PNWC in Stockholm and I only have one body... A spare backup whould be great for my nervs... what happens if I brake my last pn-pancar??

can i use Atomic pancar?? i know the rules state pn body, but if it can not be bought what do I do?

hrdrvr
2010.09.10, 08:57 AM
I would reinforce it and protect it! :D I was in the same boat at our recent regional. I found a broken one in my box, repaired it, then reinforced it as well just in case.

There is a hint around the forum here that the new version is close to hitting the market. I dont know how quickly you guys will get them over there, but thats a possibility too, depending on when the regional is.

tudor_47
2010.09.10, 10:13 AM
slim chance as the regionals is now the 25/26 of September... so reinforcing sounds lika a good idea, lucky me it is still brand new.. :)

EMU
2010.09.10, 11:36 AM
I broke 3 different PN Pan bodies during the regional... only one was mine :eek: Its better to reinforce them before they are raced, especially so you can try to balance them a bit if you remove the material. The front end is where most of the damage occurs, so just make sure thats a little beefed up, and you should be good.

tudor_47
2010.09.17, 04:12 AM
I got hold of a brand new pancar body from Swedish PN team driver Dahlis.


Thanks Dahlis!

we will be racing soon.

/Johnny

Davey G
2010.09.17, 09:02 AM
A few more days the NEW PN pan car body will be available and legal for all PN pan car events.

dahlis
2010.09.17, 09:08 AM
I got hold of a brand new pancar body from Swedish PN team driver Dahlis.


Thanks Dahlis!

we will be racing soon.

/Johnny

You are Welcome
Cu soon

tudor_47
2010.09.17, 11:22 AM
A few more days the NEW PN pan car body will be available and legal for all PN pan car events.

any spyshots or god pictures around?
computer pics? anything?

machgo5go
2010.09.17, 12:17 PM
any spyshots or god pictures around?
computer pics? anything?

http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30516&stc=1&d=1284751561
Spy picture.

bermbuster
2010.09.17, 12:20 PM
How thick is the lexan being used for the pan car body???
.030" ?

tudor_47
2010.09.17, 01:35 PM
lexan!! Now it is getting exiting!

I hope it is 1mm thickness as it will not stand up to the abuse of beeing a 1:27 race car if not.....

My avatar is a 1mm lexan body, a Audi by LimmetED.... Long out of stock and sadly missed.

PNracing
2010.09.17, 03:27 PM
How thick is the lexan being used for the pan car body???
.030" ?

Yes, it is 0.030 around 0.762mm

Cherub1m
2010.09.17, 04:52 PM
Very nice!!!

tudor_47
2010.09.17, 04:58 PM
thanks Pnracing for verifying..
thanks machgo5go for spyshot!

now the long wait starts....I want one.

PNracing
2010.09.17, 07:06 PM
Grant made PNWC regional layout record 7.19s and Chad made 7.25s in the new body.

Cherub1m
2010.09.19, 10:19 AM
Grant made PNWC regional layout record 7.19s and Chad made 7.25s in the new body.

:eek: Very njce. Pictures of the new Pan body please :D

Cherub1m
2010.09.20, 11:39 AM
Pictures please:). Also, please show how it mounts to the Mini z, I got to start planning :D

yasuji
2010.09.20, 11:49 AM
Pictures please:). Also, please show how it mounts to the Mini z, I got to start planning :D

soon enough....it will come with its own mounting kit....:D

Cherub1m
2010.09.20, 01:18 PM
soon enough....it will come with its own mounting kit....:D

Own mounting kit... nice. By the way, congrats on that 7.19sec. :eek: hot lap.

mleemor60
2010.09.23, 10:05 AM
It has been posted that the body would be available on Sept. 21st yet here we are. Will it be available in time for all to have tested and prepared for the World's?

PNracing
2010.09.23, 12:10 PM
Sorry, the bodies little delay to next Monday.

mleemor60
2010.09.23, 12:50 PM
Thank you sir.

PNracing
2010.09.23, 12:58 PM
Thank you sir.

Because the first production arrive of the body post made by aluminum, but after I test it, I feel not enough strong, so I re-do all body post by stainless steel.

mleemor60
2010.09.23, 02:51 PM
Would you please provide some clear pictures of the body and the mounting kit. It would help make planning much easier.

Thank you.

chad508
2010.09.27, 07:05 PM
okay its monday. any new updates?

Davey G
2010.09.27, 08:18 PM
Mine is all cutout and mounted.. just a matter of painting it up. I will have pics up 2morrow night for sure.

mleemor60
2010.09.27, 08:43 PM
When will they be available to the unwashed masses I wonder?

bermbuster
2010.09.27, 09:37 PM
When will they be available to the unwashed masses I wonder?

not soon enough.....:D
Im curious to see the mounting system.....

machgo5go
2010.09.27, 11:34 PM
Mine is all cutout and mounted.. just a matter of painting it up. I will have pics up 2morrow night for sure.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v165/stygianmax/118diecasts/toyota%20ts020/No27/111-1102_IMG-800x400-108kb.jpg
I would like Dave to replicate this Toyota Lemans Prototype paint scheme & sponsors when the Pan Body is release.

hrdrvr
2010.09.28, 08:18 AM
^ I have he kit from patto to recreate the #28 Zent car (practically the same).
http://www.mcdb.biz/collection/minichamps/430981628_2.jpg

I was going to use it for a different project, but it will be held for the new pancar now :D My only problem is I have this huge urge to paint it green instead of red :o

mleemor60
2010.09.28, 08:58 AM
Ah Grasshopper. Control your urges. I hope that you and the rest of us have something to paint in time for the event. It appears now that it may not be available to all but just a select few. I hope I'm incorrect.

Davey G
2010.09.28, 10:10 PM
Here it is..........

http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanpan2.jpg
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanpan3.jpg
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanpan1.jpg

There are a ton of different ways to mount a lexan body to a mini z. The stock way to mount it is with a piece of velcro on the front of the body, a piece of velcro on the provided delrin bumper and 2 threaded rear body mounts. Bill Crotty has 4 body mounts on his car. I hacked up an old PN pan car body and used the front clip portion of the body and double side taped it to the front of this body and used the stock PN front clip. I have 1 body mount in the rear for now.

ENJOY!!!

Cherub1m
2010.09.28, 11:29 PM
Very nice Dave. Is yours set up at 98mm? The wheel cut out look far apart, or is it an optical illusion:D

bermbuster
2010.09.29, 07:16 AM
Here it is..........

http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanpan2.jpg
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanpan3.jpg
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanpan1.jpg

There are a ton of different ways to mount a lexan body to a mini z. The stock way to mount it is with a piece of velcro on the front of the body, a piece of velcro on the provided delrin bumper and 2 threaded rear body mounts. Bill Crotty has 4 body mounts on his car. I hacked up an old PN pan car body and used the front clip portion of the body and double side taped it to the front of this body and used the stock PN front clip. I have 1 body mount in the rear for now.

ENJOY!!!
We will see how well velcro holds a lexan body on a:D bullet....:D
I hope the threaded rear mounts attach on the main chassis....:cool:

mleemor60
2010.09.29, 07:21 AM
Well. At least one exists. How about some 3/4 rear angles and a full side shot.

Davey G
2010.09.29, 07:53 AM
Thats a 94mm setup in the pics. I will take some outdoor photos in a little bit. I hate the way the flash makes stuff look on the computer. Stay tuned....

hrdrvr
2010.09.29, 08:30 AM
Ah Grasshopper. Control your urges. I hope that you and the rest of us have something to paint in time for the event. It appears now that it may not be available to all but just a select few. I hope I'm incorrect.

Haha, I will control my urges.....with an air brush and some paint...You know grass hoppa's are green right :D


There are a ton of different ways to mount a lexan body to a mini z. The stock way to mount it is with a piece of velcro on the front of the body, a piece of velcro on the provided delrin bumper and 2 threaded rear body mounts. Bill Crotty has 4 body mounts on his car. I hacked up an old PN pan car body and used the front clip portion of the body and double side taped it to the front of this body and used the stock PN front clip. I have 1 body mount in the rear for now.

ENJOY!!!

Any chance to get pics of this mounting system? I know there are tons of ways to mount lexan to mini-Zs, but there hasn't been a good enough way that people have started running lexan. I was hoping PN was coming with something better than ordinary for this. I hate to be skeptical before getting to see it for myself, but it seems fishy that aluminum body posts weren't strong enough but velcro is....


Thats a 94mm setup in the pics. I will take some outdoor photos in a little bit. I hate the way the flash makes stuff look on the computer. Stay tuned....

When you take those outdoor pics, could you get a shot of the back. It would also be cool to see some pics of it mounted (and maybe some of how you mounted yours. Sounds simple enough but a pic is worth...).

I know we are asking a lot of you Dave, but I'd like to run one of these at the finals, and I know I'm going to be running against some. It's less than a month away, and this is the first taste we've even had.


BTW, your scheme looks good on there ;)

hrdrvr
2010.09.29, 08:33 AM
Thats a 94mm setup in the pics.

Holy cow, I just glanced and realized this. I thought this thing was supposed to go for 102mm as well? Is there really room? Did you trim some of the rear off? A pic form the rear is very important now :D

Davey G
2010.09.29, 10:33 AM
Here is the supplied PN body mount system. The black delrin bumper has a piece of Velcro applied to it that attaches to the other end of the Velcro that is placed on the body. The Aluminum standoffs screw into the extra holes (nubs) on top of an 02/03 that are never used located right in front of the DPS nubs. Two 2mm screws secure the body to these aluminum standoffs.
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexanmount.jpg


Rear view for Landon :)
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexan8.jpg

More outdoor shots:
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexan7.jpg
http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w277/Dgraboski/dglexan6.jpg

hrdrvr
2010.09.29, 10:48 AM
^ Thanks a lot Dave! This brings up a few more questions though :D

Are you running a bumper up front? I see the delrin one looks like it bolts into the body clip slot, and you have that taken up.

Did you cut the rear out, or is this how it comes?

PNracing
2010.09.29, 11:10 AM
Dave mounting system is his DIY, NOT the packing comes with mounting system, I will post pictures of the PN mounting system today.

Davey G
2010.09.29, 11:21 AM
^ Thanks a lot Dave! This brings up a few more questions though :D

Are you running a bumper up front? I see the delrin one looks like it bolts into the body clip slot, and you have that taken up.

Did you cut the rear out, or is this how it comes?

I am NOT running a front bumper. The body is made out of .030 thick lexan which is the same stuff 10th scale bodies are made out of. This is such a small body that its actually extremely solid up front if thats your worry.

You have to cut out the entire body yourself. Wheel wells, rear, sides, everything. Just like a 10th scale or 12th scale body.

skyler
2010.09.29, 11:43 AM
Hi Philip, When will this body go on sale?

chad508
2010.09.29, 11:59 AM
Hi Philip, When will this body go on sale?

philip said earlier that he was unhappy with the alum mounts and was opting to redo them out of stainless steel. he also said they would be up online this past monday, but its now wednesday and....... i think if the bodies are ready he should offer to sell them with no mounting system so those of us running in the worlds can have a fair chance, but that is what i feel is the problem.

on a side note the body looks nice. size wise is it the same as the plastic pan body are closer to the atomic vds as it looks an awful lot like that body.

PNracing
2010.09.29, 12:07 PM
philip said earlier that he was unhappy with the alum mounts and was opting to redo them out of stainless steel. he also said they would be up online this past monday, but its now wednesday and....... i think if the bodies are ready he should offer to sell them with no mounting system so those of us running in the worlds can have a fair chance, but that is what i feel is the problem.

on a side note the body looks nice. size wise is it the same as the plastic pan body are closer to the atomic vds as it looks an awful lot like that body.

Hey Chad

The body mount system will be in stock next Monday, and the body also next Monday.

Today I will post all final production pictures to here, body and mounting system, becuase our mounting system also work for other Lexan body fo Mini-Z, I already have other company order the mounting from us.

chad508
2010.09.29, 12:12 PM
Hey Chad

The body mount system will be in stock next Monday, and the body also next Monday.

Today I will post all final production pictures to here, body and mounting system, becuase our mounting system also work for other Lexan body fo Mini-Z, I already have other company order the mounting from us.

good to hear. any chance of pn making other lexan bodies down the road?

SAGISI
2010.09.29, 12:46 PM
Is the recommended wheelbase for this body 94mm? And what are the wheel offsets? Trying to get my chassis together before the body arrives.

kromie101
2010.09.29, 06:49 PM
davey, i see your mounts are in the center of the body. what do you have to hold the body from flopping side to side? how are you keeping it stable? looks good.thanks eric

bermbuster
2010.09.29, 07:14 PM
davey, i see your mounts are in the center of the body. what do you have to hold the body from flopping side to side? how are you keeping it stable? looks good.thanks eric

fast....smooth driving.....:D

Davey G
2010.09.29, 08:28 PM
davey, i see your mounts are in the center of the body. what do you have to hold the body from flopping side to side? how are you keeping it stable? looks good.thanks eric

I cut the body super super low for CG purposes and it just so happen to rest on the battery covers so it will not teeter. :D

lfisminiz
2010.09.29, 10:04 PM
Looking good, Dave! You will be getting 2 of them soon.;):)

cosmicsoul
2010.09.29, 10:38 PM
I wish Phillip wouldn't come out with so much new stuff all at once!

The bank really wants their mortgage payment. Surely they will understand!

lfisminiz
2010.09.29, 10:42 PM
I wish Phillip wouldn't come out with so much new stuff all at once!

The bank really wants their mortgage payment. Surely they will understand!

I know what you mean!;):eek::D

PNracing
2010.09.29, 11:36 PM
Attached pictures and instruction manual

http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30611&stc=1&d=1285817618
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30614&stc=1&d=1285817773
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30612&stc=1&d=1285817618
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30613&stc=1&d=1285817618

cosmicsoul
2010.09.30, 08:06 AM
Hey Phillip.

I noticed those cool rims you where running at the regional in NJ. Are those going to available to the public in the future.

PNracing
2010.09.30, 06:33 PM
Hey Phillip.

I noticed those cool rims you where running at the regional in NJ. Are those going to available to the public in the future.

Next production will be arrange!

PNracing
2010.09.30, 09:30 PM
DIY Anti-Roll Antenna!!
Another body paint by Brian Daugherty (Bob's brother)

http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30626&stc=1&d=1285896436
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30627&stc=1&d=1285896436
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30628&stc=1&d=1285896436
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30624&stc=1&d=1285896436
http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30625&stc=1&d=1285896436

Cherub1m
2010.09.30, 09:44 PM
Very nice paint job. I like the mounting system. It's like a Mini 1/12 scale :D

lfisminiz
2010.09.30, 10:11 PM
OHH SWEET!!! Boy, they will look good im my colors.....:p;):D

mleemor60
2010.10.01, 07:22 AM
Most importantly would be are there going to be enough of them available for sale.

machgo5go
2010.10.01, 08:14 AM
Looks kinda funny! Like a 80's AM R/C car with a big antenna from Toys R US!

kromie101
2010.10.01, 09:09 AM
now the bodys will be easier to paint,my opinion:D. no clear coat. now only if i could get a mosler in lexan:). i'd like to get a pancar first:D.

PNracing
2010.10.01, 09:14 AM
Most importantly would be are there going to be enough of them available for sale.

Mike, so sorry the production arrival delay, next Monday should be ready to sell.

SAGISI
2010.10.01, 03:04 PM
Pretty cool to see the Body featured on redrc.net

skyler
2010.10.01, 04:24 PM
What's the price?

Davey G
2010.10.01, 07:25 PM
I ran it in a few practice sessions tonight. Its very fast and stable. Doesnt feel as big and square nosed as the hard plastic previous version. Looks BAD A$$ too!

tudor_47
2010.10.02, 08:37 AM
Davey

can you make comparing photos, whats smaller/bigger longer/shorter?
offsets on the wheels?
inside room more/ less?

kromie101
2010.10.02, 11:03 PM
i'd like to see the two compared to each other. lexan to the old body, what kind of lap times between the to?

mleemor60
2010.10.05, 08:58 AM
And yet another Monday passes.:rolleyes:

yasuji
2010.10.05, 11:45 AM
And yet another Monday passes.:rolleyes:

yeah i talked to philip yesterday....still some delay... :(
fyi....no real set up changes were made to run this body all i do is install the mount kit and drive it!....same settings as the plastic pancar body!;)

mleemor60
2010.10.05, 12:16 PM
I am just assuming that the additional delay is because of the change in mounting hardware. That is perfectly understandable. Yet it seems that the official PN team members already have the body and have competed with it. Was everyone using the original hardware? Did anyone have a failure with it? If not then why delay in getting the product in the field? Could there be other reasons? Nobody that I know enjoys going into a major development flog this close to a big event. You have stated that the set up was same as plastic. For you that is. It might not be the same for the rest of us.

arch2b
2010.10.05, 03:10 PM
i love that pn continues to push the scale with product development:cool: but i'm just not a lexan body fan.:o maybe for mod class but i don't participate in mod classes. purely personal preference on my part, not to be construed as disparaging the product.

wcrotty
2010.10.05, 03:53 PM
First i would like to say i tested the body on my mosler GTmod car. (i never ran pan mod because i didn't like the feel) All i had to do was take off the front clip and install the bumper. Then add the body mounts. I didn't change a thing on the car and I love the way the new body handles. I tested the body for two days and i broke 3 of the 4 prototype mounts that i was sent. This was a necessary change and worth the delay. I want to run pan class again now with the new body.

After i broke the mounts i took off the bumper and put my mosler clip back on and the car was great still.

EMU
2010.10.05, 05:26 PM
Thanks for the feedback Bill, it is reassuring that PNracing does not want to release the product if there is a durability issue.

I really want to run this class, but dont know if I would even have time to get the body painted and back before the race... as its not even released yet.

At the NJ regional, my pan car was just a Mosler setup with a Pan body on it. I think that in general, those setups are pretty similar, and should be a good starting point.

kromie101
2010.10.05, 06:25 PM
man mike,for somebody that said they hate running pancar, sure sounds like your foaming at the mouth to have one:p:D.

only a few weeks away from the worlds and a select few have got to practice and raced with the new pan body:(. i guess its good they are being tested to make sure they work:). i sure would love to have one atleast a few weeks before the big show:D.

PNracing
2010.10.05, 06:46 PM
So sorry to delay again, I also want early release to customer as soon as I can, I like to see the customer enjoy my products and also enjoy the race.

Now all the Stainless Steel body mount already in stock, all packing also get ready, just wait for the body arrive, because the body is make in USA, they promise will be delivery to me on Thursday.

Anyone planning to run the Pan Car class in world final, please email me, I make sure will be save for all drivers first. philip@pnracing.com

bermbuster
2010.10.05, 08:11 PM
the reality is the body and how it mounts is totally new. Will it be perfect or what we are used to? Less than 25 days to get one and set it up. If it is that good it will prove itself right away. If racers have issues PN pan car will suffer.... The sad thing is there are no pan car bodies available today.
PN may have to allow Atomic bodies.....:eek: Pan car this year became a big class as well.....Will the world champion be using a Lexan body or a polystyrene one......only time will tell.....:cool:

EMU
2010.10.05, 11:22 PM
I managed to scavenge another plastic Pan body... But I really cant see how the lexan body wouldnt be better than the plastic one even with the same setup underneath. Finding the optimum setup may take a little time to work out... but I think that in general, this is a good step forward for the scale... Now we have true pan car bodies, which are super light weight and transition at a much faster rate than the older pan bodies.

I would like to see an open body rule for pan, but being a PN series, I dont think that will happen any time soon :cool: Years ago I used slot car bodies... and had good results, but the wheels and wheelbase were quite rediculous... although with slight modification, it could easily be setup for a 94 - 98mm setup.

http://mini-zracer.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=30670&stc=1&d=1286334750

In general, I think that the lexan body gives a bigger advantage for stock classes than mod... but any reduction in weight and CG is welcomed in a class that has no weight restrictions.

wcrotty
2010.10.09, 09:04 PM
I do have 3 plastic pan bodies i can bring to myrtle beach if someone needs them to run.

kromie101
2010.10.09, 10:47 PM
thats cool,but i'd take a lexan body if thats what you guys are running.

PNracing
2010.10.10, 01:35 AM
Finally, in stock coming Monday.

yasuji
2010.10.10, 02:49 AM
this is the mounting system as i use it
i use the kit as intended adding the 2 screw in the front to better locate the body

bermbuster
2010.10.10, 07:16 AM
this is the mounting system as i use it
i use the kit as intended adding the 2 screw in the front to better locate the body

Grant....its not yellow/white......:D

I like how you mounted yours....:cool:

chad508
2010.10.12, 03:32 PM
any updates

SAGISI
2010.10.12, 05:03 PM
The Pan Car body is now avaliable on rckenon.com

link:

http://http://www.rckenon.com/public_html/shop2/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=5180 (http://www.rckenon.com/public_html/shop2/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=5180)

EMU
2010.10.12, 05:15 PM
I ordered mine.... :)

mleemor60
2010.10.12, 05:18 PM
I put the PN order in for HSH at three this afternoon and they were not yet available. Phillip I hope you can get them in the order as requested.

Guy's if they don't make it I apologize.

Davey G
2010.11.10, 02:18 PM
What do you all think of the PN pan car body? Change your setup much? What wheelbase are you running? Lets see some pics of how you cut it out. The way you can cut it out is infite. Lets see em.....

bermbuster
2010.11.10, 03:43 PM
can you buy(2) ss mounts separate? I want to make a 4 post mount.

JuniorWKR
2010.11.11, 10:22 AM
that what i did on the aarm 02 and it worked awesome.. though i made my own mounts cutting the heads off long screws...

Chad-Nelson
2010.11.11, 08:26 PM
that what i did on the aarm 02 and it worked awesome.. though i made my own mounts cutting the heads off long screws...

what up jr,jan 7 2011 mini national philip grant and i will be there:D

Davey G
2010.11.12, 08:43 AM
can you buy(2) ss mounts separate? I want to make a 4 post mount.

Looks like they are available online now.

yasuji
2010.11.12, 09:31 AM
can you buy(2) ss mounts separate? I want to make a 4 post mount.
this?:rolleyes:
http://www.kenonhobby.com/PN-Racing-Mini-Z-Lexan-Pan-Car-Body-Mount-Post-2pcs_p_42719.html
:D

JuniorWKR
2010.11.12, 09:36 AM
what up jr,jan 7 2011 mini national philip grant and i will be there:D

nice.. ime definitly gonna do my best to make this one...

yasuji
2010.11.12, 11:02 AM
nice.. ime definitly gonna do my best to make this one...

im not going to the garden state shootout so i can make the mini nats!:D

JuniorWKR
2010.11.12, 11:26 AM
it would of been great to have you back in the house again but hopefully we can meet up at the mini nats...

bermbuster
2010.11.12, 12:57 PM
im not going to the garden state shootout so i can make the mini nats!:D

excuses......haha....:cool:

SAGISI
2010.11.24, 03:59 AM
Here's how I mounted my pan body. I used two body mount posts in the original area and instead of using the supplied bumper, I used a pn reconfigurable body mount with two body mounts posts. I now can adjust front ride height by using shims under the posts.
http://i1119.photobucket.com/albums/k627/ninjashark1/panbodymounting002.jpg
http://i1119.photobucket.com/albums/k627/ninjashark1/panbodymounting001.jpg
http://i1119.photobucket.com/albums/k627/ninjashark1/panbodymounting003.jpg

tudor_47
2010.11.26, 02:02 AM
Nice!

although you should consider using a bumper in the front to protect the body from impacts.