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Toyota MR2 MK2 190mm RC car body

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Creation's quality: 5.0/5 (3 votes)
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Toyota MR2 body for 190 mm touring cars. It does not have body mounting holes. The body is thin skinned. Cut away the inside vanes as necessary to clear your chassis after printing. A soldering iron or hot knif is the best tool for this. The vanes are necessary to print the detail at the front and rear of the car without excessive amounts of support.

Requires a 190x120x180 mm print volume.

MR2-01-noholes.STL - Front body with built in support
MR2-01-noholes-nosupport.STL - Front body
MR2-02.STL - Center body
MR2-03-noholes.STL - Rear body with built in support
MR2-03-noholes-nosupport.STL - Rear body
MR2-04.STL - Rear wing
MR2-05.STL - Front fog lights for the front grille
MR2-06.STL - Mirrors
MR2-07.STL - Exhaust and exhaust shield
MR2-08.STL - Windshield wipers for LHD (euro/US car). Mirror them for UK/jap version

Specs:
257 mm wheelbase
190 mm width


3D printing settings

Use support under the wing and print it in the orientation it opens.

The wing is the only part that needs support if the versions with the built in support are used.

The body should be printed with 1 outer wall and about 5% infill to keep the weight down.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Last update: 2021/03/29 at 17:19
  • Publication date: 2017/06/21 at 21:27

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thank you very much also well done on making such a good body for the toyota MR2

It's not exactly 1:10 scale, but as close to 1:10 scale as any other touring car body. The proportions are modified slightly to fit the standard touring car dimensions.


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