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Honda Civic - X suspension
A Civic TypeR or TypeS, I want to find the shape to built this little Sports Car - Trying to find a free suspension system. Here is the "X" simple frame. I hope you like and try at some models ^^ Thanks for commenting guys!!
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  August 29, 2011
can iplease have instructions on the suspension. my email is seanrulz09@yahoo.co.uk If you dont have an email address then either post a picture instructions or get an email address.
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  August 2, 2011
Thanks Sam!
Quoting Sam Knavel great work!
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  August 2, 2011
ThankYou Aaden, Your comments go make me work on the next finished Civic TypeS and TypeR versions with the maximum of true details
Quoting Aaden Hughes Nice! I like the body shape. Excellent work
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  August 2, 2011
Yes, is working very well, I want to try this technique at the front suspension of some models with rear amortiguation suspensions, the best if can be positionable for circuit or road modes ^^ . Take me in touch for your new model!!! ;D
Quoting Joost Cumps You're suspension work very well. I too do this with the sale oeices in a suspension now. Keep up the good work! the looks are also very good.
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  August 2, 2011
Nice! I like the body shape. Excellent work
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Sam Knavel
  July 30, 2011
great work!
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  July 30, 2011
You're suspension work very well. I too do this with the sale oeices in a suspension now. Keep up the good work! the looks are also very good.
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  July 30, 2011
Well, this is a begin to find how to do the Civic TypeR, this model is a Red street Non-Tuned TypeS based. !!! ^^ THNKXS !!
Quoting Vincent Rozenberg Great suspension idea but won't those parts get bent out of shape?
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  July 30, 2011
ThankYou very much, well... the X frame is based on 4 technic stud bars, then I fixed at the double pin parts to the bar, the simple hole is for take the axles. So, look at the axles are separated by a rotule parts... the key of this frame: -http://www.bricklink.com/PL/x136.jpg -http://www.bricklink.com/PL/9244.gif
Quoting MortalSwordsman . What a beauty. From memory those wishbones have two technic holes at one end. I am assuming you have connected them to the chassis with two technic pins? So they flex when pushed? Hope that makes sense. Either way it is very clever and it looks great too.
 I like it 
  July 30, 2011
What a beauty. From memory those wishbones have two technic holes at one end. I am assuming you have connected them to the chassis with two technic pins? So they flex when pushed? Hope that makes sense. Either way it is very clever and it looks great too.
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  July 30, 2011
ThankYou my friend, your cars are very cool, I saw your McLaren and Pantera but not the Metro, congratulations for the model, I love the rallye style you made!!!
Quoting DeTomaso Pantera Beautifully futuristic looking car! Love the likes and the suspension looks vevry clever, would like to see it in more detail! Could you take a look at my MG Metro 6R4 please :)
  July 30, 2011
Great suspension idea but won't those parts get bent out of shape?
 I like it 
  July 30, 2011
Beautifully futuristic looking car! Love the likes and the suspension looks vevry clever, would like to see it in more detail! Could you take a look at my MG Metro 6R4 please :)
 
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