SlammerRC Window Damns NOW AT DDM

Timmahh

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Excellent. i have the new set ready to go on, i just need to make some clear windows. im going to put the dams on the windows and then mount for that clean and scale looks.

the set on the Hooters works great too! just need to block all that sand from running at Silver Lake.
 

SlammerRC

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Excellent. i have the new set ready to go on, i just need to make some clear windows. im going to put the dams on the windows and then mount for that clean and scale looks.

the set on the Hooters works great too! just need to block all that sand from running at Silver Lake.
I understand, sand is a bit of an issue. These will keep dirt, rocks and grass out. Though the opening is small, Sand does get through.

These are great for racing as well as bashing. These windows allow air flow to the motor and air filter, plus they are light. They weigh a whopping 0.4 oz.
 

5eleven

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Good job Ron and congrats on the new product release. I have been testing these for a while, and Ron has put in alot of work on them. Every time I would get a set on a new version would come in the mail that was better than the last. They are a great product from a great guy.
 

SlammerRC

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Good job Ron and congrats on the new product release. I have been testing these for a while, and Ron has put in alot of work on them. Every time I would get a set on a new version would come in the mail that was better than the last. They are a great product from a great guy.
Every time I would get a set on a new version would come in the mail that was better than the last. Thats funny!! :laugh:

I had a good time making and testing them. It was well worth it, they work as well as they look, GREAT! :gunsmilie:
 

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These are awesome! You've got to try them to appreciate how great they are.
I've been beating on them for a while. Not only do they keep the junk out, they are super tough and durable. I love how they look as much as the function. Really completes the look with the chassis side damns too.
Way to go Ron! Keep the awesome ideas flowing!

Here is a pic of the Dandelion Slayer :



 

SnappyRC

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Thanks for the compliment Ron,
Yup. Two tone rit dye. Was loads of fun. I used a coat hanger to dye the orange first and the red second. I like the way it turned out. I've been thinking yellow and blue would be an awesome one to do someday. I did the wing that way too, orange first and then dipped the ends in red. Hard to see with all the exhaust grime on it.
 
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