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May 21, 2013 07:21 |  #9256

My latest two using rigpro

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May 21, 2013 10:29 |  #9257

65 Plymouth A990. ISO 50 - f22 - 3 sec.

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May 22, 2013 06:01 |  #9258

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May 22, 2013 15:41 |  #9259

Some rig shots from last two sets..


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May 22, 2013 21:23 |  #9260

lusospeed wrote in post #15953063 (external link)
65 Plymouth A990. ISO 50 - f22 - 3 sec.

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Good idea, but IMAGE POSTING RULES allow images only up to 1,024px on any side.


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May 22, 2013 23:50 |  #9261

PhotosGuy wrote in post #15958456 (external link)
Good idea, but IMAGE POSTING RULES allow images only up to 1,024px on any side.

My bad. Fixed it. Re-posted it.


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May 23, 2013 03:33 |  #9262

Mitsubishi Lancer CS3.

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May 23, 2013 15:16 |  #9263

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May 24, 2013 04:35 as a reply to  @ skopusnik's post |  #9264

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May 24, 2013 14:50 |  #9265

Hi Everyone!

I am new here and been watching and following this thread for more then a year now. Finally I got to the point to build my own rig! I have no pictures of it currently cause its under a bit of tuning.

I thought I share todays first pictures. Well I have to tell that the boom is totally different that you ever seen on this thread, I will post more pictures hopefully and some also of the boom.

Its 6 meters long! build up by 40mm/2mm Alu poles and some other accessories, wired from 3 angels and has 4 suction caps, mounte together in pairs in total of 300kg of power that they can take, there is no way that it falls.

Today the wire got out of its loop so have to remake it but that is the least thing now.

Hope you enjoy the pictures.

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May 24, 2013 15:19 as a reply to  @ Toolsin's post |  #9266

That sounds like a monster rig, do you have any pictures of it?


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May 24, 2013 15:37 |  #9267

steelbluesleepr wrote in post #15963956 (external link)
That sounds like a monster rig, do you have any pictures of it?

I'll try to find one but its an old not stable setup. I want to post the current one but its only next week cause the Rig is at my relatives house (he has a garage where he can fabricate it)

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So basically here there were no wiring,

Now there are 3 angles, one from the top and two from the site. Here there are only 2 caps, now there are 4

The arm in the front has now 3 cuts and can be turned everywhere any anyhow.

The clsoer suction cap has a pole where I can adjust the height of the main pole. That "leg" has a nother pole which goes to the sites. That is what I use for fastening the boom from the sides, so there is no bounce in those ways. It works perfectly! I have never ever though that can be that effective!

Whole rigg is self made with own IDeas of how to put thing together, I'll make shots of the suction caps once it will be on the car again =)



  
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May 24, 2013 15:42 |  #9268

Toolsin wrote in post #15964001 (external link)
I'll try to find one but its an old not stable setup. I want to post the current one but its only next week cause the Rig is at my relatives house (he has a garage where he can fabricate it)

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So basically here there were no wiring,

Now there are 3 angles, one from the top and two from the site. Here there are only 2 caps, now there are 4

The arm in the front has now 3 cuts and can be turned everywhere any anyhow.

The clsoer suction cap has a pole where I can adjust the height of the main pole. That "leg" has a nother pole which goes to the sites. That is what I use for fastening the boom from the sides, so there is no bounce in those ways. It works perfectly! I have never ever though that can be that effective!

Whole rigg is self made with own IDeas of how to put thing together, I'll make shots of the suction caps once it will be on the car again =)

Sorry for the cars, but the first one is mine XD I don't care what happens to it so I was brave enough to put it on it. The other one is just a pice of junk, it does not matter to it. I have a friend with a nice old timer Mustang, he is awaiting for the rig! I hope I can get the chance shotrly. He is now waiting for new RIMs from the US! That car will be the real test. I hope I am not gonna scratch it :D

Oh the Boom is aproximately 5-6 KGs




  
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May 24, 2013 15:42 |  #9269

that is one of the most unique set-ups I've seen. Quite creative, kudos using what you have and what you know!




  
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May 24, 2013 16:09 |  #9270

photophilth wrote in post #15964009 (external link)
that is one of the most unique set-ups I've seen. Quite creative, kudos using what you have and what you know!

You guys will surely see, I had so much if inspiration and wanted to make an on budget stuff and the results are quite good! =)

The price was of the whole thing was about 180$

With all poles, 2 times the wiring cause had to re-think and bu them twice, 4 suction caps, and some other materials.

I think its quite cheap =)




  
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