One tough fast street / show car and 1 tough street drift car.
We've all seen the Black RX-666 of late but the test machine needed width to match the setup across all my chassis.
So the answer was some Speed way Pal Fenders. +12 is accommodated with ease
I'm back to running Top line +12 on all my cars, With the benefits of the new narrow scrub front ends these days, you no longer have to cut away 1/2 the front to fit them on.
I did the rear in a similar way to the orange Asamoto FD so they just cover the rear tyre.
The front is a Pan speed style fender with a two piece design.
This attaches a small section to the lower edge of the bumper. The result is pretty fat!
The Test DRb is @ 3.0CS and today it was near perfect.
thats bad because It means that applying the new front end parts across 2 other DRbs will cost me $200 or more. HAHA.!
Ahh the pleasures of RC