Real World Racer : Dune Buggie

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  1. C-J

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    Better exhaust and Fixed ports
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    how did u get the rainbow color on the exhaust?
     
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    i upload the Brunt tips Early today in the Textures and Material Area :)
     
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    Intake!! Done

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    Hey nice work c-j. Exhaust treatment is very cool. Same with the suspension. Looks unusual but makes complete sense.(Not that im familiar with dune buggy suspension.)

    My only crit is it should have a small block;) Just personal taste.
     
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    me to but this is a Street Buggy not a Off road so it doesnt need big big power..
     
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    New Head Cover :)

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    Last Shot Cuz im really Frustrated with this... No going to Delete it i will come back to it sooner or later !!!


    something new will show up soon!!
     
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    can't wait to see the body finished man , good working until now keep on
     
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    New Chassis, New Start, Better Modeling !
     

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    Just New Rims and Tire Models For Ya

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    Very nice detail on the wheels, looking really good. Also, were you going to add some triangulation to the frame? It would look good in there too. Here is a idea of where I have seen it before

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    Wheel Hub Done !!!
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    Looks good man, smooth too. The engine looks great thats something i need to build for my car..even tho you wont see it. keep up the good work!
     
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    my principle is: you do not need to model sth. you never will see. So, I think it is not necessary to model an engine for your Nova. Save time and do more meaningful things. Here, on the buggy, it looks great. I am on edge, how it will look with textures
     
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    looking good.
     
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    Reworked the Chassis
     
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    the picture perfect, but have you anyone size from the blueprints? I want to build my own buggy.
     
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    Hi malchiki and welcome to SMCars, I hope you'll enjoy your stay here.

    This is a pretty old thread (more than a year) and we have a rule about not digging up old topics. Please PM the thread author to get your answer.
     
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    thanks you all
     

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