Customizing Transformers Alternators (Arcee)
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Customizing Transformers Alternators (Arcee)

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Hello everyone. My name is Joe. I hope I'm posting this in the right place. And I need some help/ information. I'm lookng for a person that makes custom parts for Alternators Transformers. The project is to make Arcee out of Windcharger. Windcharger seems to be the scrawniest Alternator out there. I need the head and hands for Arcee (Windcharger's hands are way too big). I aslo need info on how to remove the fasteners that hold the wheels in place without damaging anything. Any help on either subject is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Joe

Posted by chromeking71
on Wednesday, September 6, 2006
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chromeking71 -
Thursday, October 5, 2006
Hi Everybody. Alternators /Binaltech Arcee will be here sometime this weekend. Thanks for the tips Shinobitron.
Shinobitron -
Wednesday, September 6, 2006
Docs right I'm always happy to lend a hepling hand to any Transfan.

As far as the head goes I would recommend using any female with a ball joint head that can be popped off. I used Mystique for my Arcee custom: ... iew&id=697

The helmet is an etched mcfarlane sports football helmet over the mystique head.

As far as the hands go use a smaller scale Transformers hands. Try seeing what available in the Armada, Energon, and Cybertron lines.

The wheel fasteners are permanent, well not really unless you want to severly damage your TF, I never mess with these. If your worried over spray on the hub don't just use silver enamel on them to get them back to the original color.
Henchmen4Hire -
Wednesday, September 6, 2006
If you wait for Shinobi to some around I'm sure he'll have your answers! I've never even seen a transformer up-close
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