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Helmet Side Cover Comparison


When this particular armor kit was created, there was no doubt that it was the best available. A small glitch was found, but of course, the fans who built the armor
quickly correct this issue.
The problem was that the helmet side covers were a little short, not much, just a little.
The fans immediately went to work, welding, grinding, welding some more and finally polishing, drilling and preparing the production plate.

I'm very pleased with the final look and also the length. They're much longer and also slightly thinner throughout the 'S' shaped stem region. This makes
the parts much more graceful looking.

I shot a few photos comparing the two editions, I'm sure you'll be very impressed with the changes!

The set of side covers on the top are the newly revised edition.
The set below are the original side covers. The following photos will more clearly
show the difference between the two.

The set of side covers on your right are the newly revised edition.
The set on your left are the original side covers which were included in the kit.

The outer side covers are the newly revised edition.
In this photo it's very clear exactly how much longer the new editions are and
they are slightly thinner through the stem region which makes them appear
much more graceful.

In the above photo, the newly revised editions are placed on the inside and the two
original versions are on the outside.
Again, it's quite apparent how much longer and better looking the new version is.

The two on your right are the new edition, you'll notice they are formed on very deep molds.
The first versions are also tall but there is a difference.

Here is a different perspective of the parts. The two on your left are the newly revised edition
and the two on your right are the original version.


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Last updated: 09/01/16.