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optimaforever 2013.03.14 01:48 AM

MZP326LH Porsche 962 C KH No.16 JSPC 1987 Leyton House
 
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-4k1ejwRU5H...326LH-3014.jpg
Porsche 962C series begins with the Miami Blue Leyton House...

optimaforever 2013.03.14 01:50 AM

MZP326FA Porsche 962 C KH FROM A Racing JSPC 1987 No.27
 
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-bIt0ibvNsl...326FA-3077.jpg
Followed by the yellow FROM A No27

optimaforever 2013.03.16 08:47 AM

MZX322NT Porsche 962 C LH NISSEKI TRUST No.63
 
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-dCWQeToeDf...322NT-3046.jpg

optimaforever 2013.03.16 09:07 AM

MZX322KR Kenwood Porsche 962 C LH No.10 '86 Le Mans
 
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-41q3TdzUEA...322KR-3130.jpg

Traveler 2013.03.16 03:38 PM

Love the Porsches, but where's the Rothmans? F1 ball diff shaft help to get a better rear track?

NoBrainer 2013.03.16 04:10 PM

yes but t-plate and dps is better way to go first...

optimaforever 2013.03.16 05:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Traveler (Post 443619)
Love the Porsches, but where's the Rothmans? F1 ball diff shaft help to get a better rear track?

No hurry Padawan :D

optimaforever 2013.03.17 02:10 AM

MZX326AD Porsche 962 C KH No.25 Suzuka 1000km 1989 winner
 
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-4Murk3LXJQ...326AD-3136.jpg

optimaforever 2013.03.17 02:18 AM

MZX322PR Rothmans Porsche 962 C LH 1986 Le Mans winner No.1
 
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-cmtYCzT7vz...322PR-3207.jpg
And here's probably the most famous 962 of the legend, the Rothmans Porsche 962C LH. Note that the tobacco sponsor name has been dismissed by Kyosho to conform to US toy regulations (and sadly replaced by the word "racing").

optimaforever 2013.03.18 04:47 AM

MZP322TQ Taka-Q Porsche 962 C LH No.7 Le Mans 1987
 
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-urCbUHXFaM...322TQ-3206.jpg

optimaforever 2013.03.18 04:48 AM

MZX326RA Porsche 962 C KH 1986 WSPC No.1
 
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-u3nflKZdvJ...326RA-3205.jpg

Traveler 2013.03.18 04:52 AM

I'm so glad you are shooting the LeMans cars. Did the F1 diff shaft help get the rear offset you wanted? The wheels look perfectly spaced in these photos.

optimaforever 2013.03.18 05:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Traveler (Post 443655)
I'm so glad you are shooting the LeMans cars. Did the F1 diff shaft help get the rear offset you wanted? The wheels look perfectly spaced in these photos.

No, I actually took the pics with the dummy chassis; I've unscrewed a little the T bar to get the right ground clearance for the rear wheels. It's the first time I didn't have to use a MR02-LM chassis to get the right wheels offset. Thank god, as there were 8 to do :D

PS I got a Toyota 86 today and must say I'm surprised it doesn' t need any wheel offset tweak. Good job, Kyosho!

optimaforever 2013.03.20 09:33 AM

MZP136R Toyota 86 Lightning Red
 
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-yw5cGi5rlK...P136R-3275.jpg

optimaforever 2013.03.20 09:35 AM

MZP411GR Nissan GT-R R35 Titanium Gray
 
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-MiUNz2nbF-...411GR-3272.jpg


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