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    Wow! Nice paint job. All the colors looks good to me.

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    Nice conversion bruv...

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    Thnxs guys im using your painting templates as a guide raff love your work mate!
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    joshsurf said: View Post
    Thnxs guys im using your painting templates as a guide raff love your work mate!
    You're welcome! I'm glad it helped you out so well.

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    Looking great man

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    Works been taking alot of time up but have started painting again almost done have tweaked the rf too so more pics on their way for those still following this.
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    Heres some new bits
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    almost done

    Hey for those still following my thread i am almost done i finished the backplates and the rf too. Did some weathering and fixed in some leds in front. My adventures with the soldering iron us a whole new thread lol! Next will be finish off weathering add a few scratches and clearcoat. Got a new visor i picked up from a hardware store. Should be finished soon. Does any one know what i should use for a clear coat? I want to go satin but should i go gloss? Also will it darken up the colours coz i dont want that!
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    Looks great man!!

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    Looks great buddy!

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    Its been a journey cant believe this is what it started out looking like. Thanks for support guys!
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    Pretty much done guys. Just need a borden connector type bit but thats all!
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    Re: my hasbro boba mod

    I think I have a spare MQ-1 circuit board, if you want... I think?

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    Great ork! I'm currently doing this to mine, but i can't get the darn screws from the ear pieces off. How did you get those little covers off?

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    Re: my hasbro boba mod

    great job! wish i had the to have done that to mine its just sitting on the shelf collecting dust, too many other things, once again great.

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    Hey Joshsurf,

    Great thread man! I am also looking into doing a mod over on one of these hasbro helmets. I had a few quick questions for you, I was wondering if you did any mods to the RF side of the helmet, or any mods to the RF itself to allow it to come down over your visor. Also what hardware store did you get your visor from? And how long did the cheeks end up being that you re-did with sintra?
    It looks amazing!!! Thanks a million for the thread!!

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    Great work man , love this thread, perfect illustration on how imaginative and creative fett lovers can be, in the back of my mind i always knew
    someone would make this idea work.

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    Hey steamboat sorry been off here for a bit! I modded the RF by drilling an extra hole in the front and moving the second led that sits in the eye piece into the hole. I kept the leads intact so it would still light up. I cut into the bit where the RF stalk connects to the ear so it would rotate down at a more right angle and more infront of the visor. I built up an eyepiece for the RF topper from plastic.
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    The cheeks ended up being too long but thats due to me being a bit loose with my measurements. I cut them down after advice from. Armydad. Visor was ordered from some hardware store in Oz.
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    Nice! I was going to try this with my Hasbro Clone Helmet awhile back. Looks quite good.

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    Thanks guys i had to go with the best i had at the time and being on the bottom of the world it incredibly expensive shipping parts. So im just making my own! In the process of scratch builing armour and jetpack out of sintra now.
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    With visor just need borden bitty and im done!
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    Holy cheese curds! I don't see mine looking this good when I do it. How long did this take you?

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    About a month all up modding and painting. I became slightly obsessed!
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