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Old 16-05-2016, 05:06 PM   #1
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Fast Forward Style Video of the Focus Rs Mk3

Hello guys,

Was unsure the section to pop this under as not really an area for generic videos to share.

Been playing with the camera again trying a more short sharp 'fast forward' style video. Hopefully it helps to try capture the different stages involved in this package. Gutted I missed filming the engine bay protecting and dressing stages.

This time its on the Nitrous Blue Ford Focus Rs Mk3


Fast Forward style Feature Video

I hope the video does the colour justice
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Great video mate. Stunning RS and another superb job
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Nice job.
The only thing i would be a bit afraid off was putting the rims against a stone wall to clean them with high pressure.
If one goes down,you have a damaged rim.
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Nice job.
The only thing i would be a bit afraid off was putting the rims against a stone wall to clean them with high pressure.
If one goes down,you have a damaged rim.
Thanks for the input Reks.

We have actually been looking at different systems. But all contain risk. Touch wood we don't have a problem now you have mentioned it.
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So maybe use a wooden pallet.
Video was nice to look at 👍
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So maybe use a wooden pallet.
Video was nice to look at ��
The issue is faces. Not a fan on lying wheels down on faces. so a lean would still be required?

Harled wall grips the tyre well.

But then the gaps in the pallet would also grip the tyre 'angled' quite well. could be on to something sir.... but same again if it falls... the same peril.

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