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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Controller is Back!

    https://youtu.be/PLBC89qmtrw

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Homemade DIY Widebody Complete!

    https://youtu.be/_xd8YgW1nM0

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Homemade DIY Widebody Fender is Mounted

    https://youtu.be/b5V7C77fb_4

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    I joined my first fiberglass piece

    https://youtu.be/n7kv04dl-o8

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    Stripping down to solve those pesky electrical problem

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    First part from fiberglass mold

    https://youtu.be/_paJKVsR-_I

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Matching fiberglass molds and doing some electrical testing.

    https://youtu.be/vROlbjjjGq0

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Modifying the rear fender and making my first fiberglass mold

    https://youtu.be/OTO0QG6DAqA

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Starting to work on the front lip and taillights

    https://youtu.be/55BS2qDHOiY

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Starting on some headlights

    https://youtu.be/lXaiCBBLLjM

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Driver side fender

    https://youtu.be/1qMqfGMIjTs

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Originally posted by Vivo View Post
    Looks reaaally nice, can't wait to see how it would look in final stage. I personally like the basic geometry, but If I had to widen the body like your doing, I wouldn't expect from myself such a good decisive way of overcoming the obstacles. I like your resolute (decisive, strong) approach if I translate it right. Keep it up!
    I too like the original shape better. Thanks for the encouragement!

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  • Vivo
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    Looks reaaally nice, can't wait to see how it would look in final stage. I personally like the basic geometry, but If I had to widen the body like your doing, I wouldn't expect from myself such a good decisive way of overcoming the obstacles. I like your resolute (decisive, strong) approach if I translate it right. Keep it up!

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Making fenders from tape

    https://youtu.be/H5vfodCokns

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  • Electric SuperCar
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    Originally posted by Vivo View Post
    Yeah, welcome to the adventure of door alingment ))

    You need to keep in mind closed geometry (nice and smooth with even gaps, good hood attachment), opened geometry (enough room to get in and out), geometry in between (door travel, a wobbly one, especially when latching). When you sort this out, you put the force to it, to equalize the weight and boom, you're off to new coordinates. When you get a new balanced setup, you add speakers weight, paint thickness and you're off to new fine tuning. Good luck, and tons of positive thoughts that once it would end.
    Thanks Vivo!

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