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 Post subject: ZTi 3 Day KE20 Rat Rolla Build
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2014 10:41 pm 

Joined: Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:01 pm
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Location: Dawin Australia
Well we started with this.

A mate of mine twisted his peanut (74 KE20) 3 weeks after buying it (22-07-2014). Bit of a shame really as it was pretty nice.

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Last weekend we dragged the Yellow one (72 KE20) 400klm back to D-town for some spare parts for a mates Burnout car and other mates

peanut (this was prior to accy).

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I had the Brilliant (or not, it really depends who you talk to) idea of re-build/shelling the peanut on a 3 day long weekend.

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So in true ZTi fashion We made what we could with what we had (not much)

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Essentially ground up rebuild using the best and or least damaged parts including a rewire

And we ended up with this

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Always knew we would need to "Rat" it as we only had limited time and resources. I think it turned out pretty good.

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All up 45hrs We missed the Sunday arvo cruise deadline (18:00)by less than 1 hour due to small electrical issues

For those that care i have a few more pics of the build on FB

https://www.facebook.com/ZammoTheChoppa/media_set?set=a.10203576804293444.1073741836.1615393541&type=1

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 Post subject: Re: ZTi 3 Day KE20 Rat Rolla Build
PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2014 2:53 am 
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Location: Hong Kong
HaHaHaHa... :lol: :lol: What an awesome challenge to give yourself!! :tu:
Okay, I don't really agree with your way of swapping the roof, and I'm normally not really into the whole rat look, but still, considering the time limit you opposed upon yourself, that's a pretty awesome result. Well done!
Burn around in it and have some fun while you slowly save up for a decent respray...

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