Honda RC211V 2006 Konica Minolta GP bike
Although I don't usually build a lot of Grand Prix motorcycles, I really liked the colour scheme of this model.  The model was built
pretty much out of the box, with a photoetch detail set from Crazy Modeller.  This was my first attempt at heat staining a complete
exhaust system and the results are not what I was hoping for.

Base Kit(s):   Tamiya Konica Minolta Honda RC211V '06 (kit number 14107)     

Finished:        April 2008

- photoetch details: rear brake disk, clutch plates, chain and sprockets, rear wheel chain adjusters, other small detail items
- joint springs added to exhaust pipes
- various bolt heads replaced with stainless steel and styrene replicas
- Tamiya front fork detail set
- additional carbon fibre decals
- additional brake line details on handlebars and wire wrapped around grips
- RB Motion details: tire valves added to wheels, brake bleeder added to rear master cylinder
- exhaust pipes were painted with Alclad chrome, over a black base, followed by transparent blue, orange, gold and smoke
- bellypan bodywork was painted blue with black paint fogged over top, instead of using decals
- Zero paints used for bodywork and wheels, Alclad and Tamiya for metallic colours additional wiring

BUFFCON 25, Buffalo, NY Apr 2008, 2nd place motorcycles
TORCAN 2008, Toronto, ON May 2008, 1st place motorcycles
Megacity Madness, Toronto, ON, Sep 2008, 1st Motorcycle
London Model Show, London, ON Oct 2008, 1st place Motorcycle
Ajax XXVIII Model Show, Ajax, ON Oct 2008, 1st place Motorcycle
2009 Motorcycle Supershow, Toronto, ON Jan 2009, 1st place Racing Motorcycle, People's Choice and Best of Show
HeritageCon 3, Hamilton, ON Feb 2009, 2nd place Motorcycle
Kingston Modelrama, Kingston, ON, Apr 2009, 1st place Miscellaneous
2009 IPMS Nationals, Columbus, OH August 22, 2009, Premier award Motorcycles

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Evan Jones Motorcycle Models