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nitram38

posted on 7/4/06 at 01:51 PM Reply With Quote
Panels on!

I don't know how to post here, but if you check my archive for pictures 'panels on' youn can take a look.
I still need to put edging strip in panels, put mesh in the air intake and finish making the plug for my fake airbox.
Take a look at those pre-sva mirrors!






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Fred W B

posted on 7/4/06 at 01:56 PM Reply With Quote
It's certainly bright! looks good

Cheers

Fred WB
Panels on
Panels on

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nitram38

posted on 7/4/06 at 01:57 PM Reply With Quote
How did you do that?






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Dutchman

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:03 PM Reply With Quote
If U'r using mozilla firefox , go to U'r album right click on IMAGE click on View image , than again right click and copy image location ....


than when you make a post click on image icon and just paste the link ...

Anyway great paneling ... did anyone at all try to make it more like new F1





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Fred W B

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:05 PM Reply With Quote
What I do, and this may not be the most efficient way:

Go to your picture in your archive, open it.

Put cursor on picture, right click, will show properties.

copy URL it shows by right clicking

Go back to post

click reply to post

in the line of icons, one will give you option "insert Image" - hover mouse over icons to find it

Click on icon

past URL into winow that opens

submit post


Whew - don't worry, took me ages to get the hang of it. You might want to make your pics a little smaller, so peeps don't have to scroll to see all of it

Cheers

Fred WB

[Edited on 7/4/06 by Fred W B]

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mangogrooveworkshop

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:10 PM Reply With Quote
Looks mighty good
me
me







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Fred W B

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:11 PM Reply With Quote
Dutchman was quicker on the draw than me

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Fred W B

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nitram38

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:13 PM Reply With Quote
Like this?
Panels on
Panels on







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Fred W B

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:17 PM Reply With Quote
How thats what you're talking about

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Fred W B

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Howlor

posted on 7/4/06 at 02:47 PM Reply With Quote
Certainly a case of Buzzin Hornets in that colour!

It looks fabulous.

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DIY Si

posted on 7/4/06 at 04:31 PM Reply With Quote
How long are your legs to get over the sills/side pods? Looking good though.
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nitram38

posted on 7/4/06 at 05:58 PM Reply With Quote
No problem stepping in. The sidepods end just before the cockpit.
I just step between the front wheel and the sidepod.
The passenger is a different problem (they sit behind me). I have re-inforced under the side panel and I am going to stick some non-slip tape on the 'step' area.
I have n't finished yet as I have some graphics to add still.






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Hellfire

posted on 7/4/06 at 09:28 PM Reply With Quote
Looks very good....






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omega0684

posted on 8/4/06 at 11:02 PM Reply With Quote
looks a bit tight in that cockpit





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