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    I think you have seen pictures already.


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    Hey man, nice meeting you this weekend.
    Id be interested in a cost of the 22r, i think my truck needs somthing like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegoat78 View Post
    Hey man, nice meeting you this weekend.
    Id be interested in a cost of the 22r, i think my truck needs somthing like this.
    It was awesome meeting you as well! It was such an amazing time and the course!!! OMG I love what Blackfoot RC has done and Iím jealous lol. I want to be closer to that course!!!

    Oh and the 22r engine went live on my website this morning!

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    Gudday mate,
    I'm completely blown away by your awesome 3D printed motors.
    I think the most impressive part is the fact you taught yourself how to use the programmes!! I don't think I'd have the IT smarts to ever figure all that stuff out, really inspiring on your behalf.
    I have been seeing more and more awesome 3D printed scale accessories on the market, I'd say the future is here for our hobby. I wish you much success.

    P.S - Let me know if you'd ever consider doing a Nissan TB42 (cross flow straight six petrol). I'd love one for my next build and so far all I can come up with is buying GCM,s generic straight six parts, cutting them up and adding bits on.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLC View Post
    Gudday mate,
    I'm completely blown away by your awesome 3D printed motors.
    I think the most impressive part is the fact you taught yourself how to use the programmes!! I don't think I'd have the IT smarts to ever figure all that stuff out, really inspiring on your behalf.
    I have been seeing more and more awesome 3D printed scale accessories on the market, I'd say the future is here for our hobby. I wish you much success.

    P.S - Let me know if you'd ever consider doing a Nissan TB42 (cross flow straight six petrol). I'd love one for my next build and so far all I can come up with is buying GCM,s generic straight six parts, cutting them up and adding bits on.

    Cheers
    Thank you very much. It has been a labor of love and I enjoy designing these tiny truck accessories. Iíll add your engine request to my list of engines to design.


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    I ordered a few small items from your site to get my FJ55 engine bay looking better, but I'm still on board for a pair of 2F's if you are still up for making them. Your motors are out of this world. I'd love to show them off.

    Thanks,
    Cory

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    Fantastic work. I'll be sure and push the link to your site wherever I can.

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    Newest engine design about to become a reality.


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    Damn, it's a beauty Dion!

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    Amazing attention to detail. Wonderful

    Just out of curiosity, how much hours do you approximately put in designing one engine? I'm mechanical engineer and it interests me as that's really impressive level of detail. Do you use pictures as reference or do you have access to blueprints of the engines?

    Fusion 360 is really good choice. It has pretty much all functions of a professional 3D design software, it's relatively cheap and there are ton of good tutorials available.

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