Customizing w/ SOTA Street Fighters
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Customizing w/ SOTA Street Fighters

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I'm contemplating trying to make a Conan and a Ka-Zar out of a couple of SOTA SF Kens and I'm looking for suggestions on some good "bare legs" to use. For a test I tried a pair of legs from a HB ML Quicksilver but they were loose on the pegs and just didn't look right with the Ken chest and waist.

Also; has anybody tried using a Street Fighter torso with an ML waist or just dismantled a SOTA SF? I'm looking for tips and things to look out for when I attempt it.

Posted by Buzzy Fret
on Wednesday, August 15, 2007
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Buzzy Fret -
Thursday, August 16, 2007
He-Man stuff is not very easy to come by here. I wanted to use the SOTA SF's because they are a good match in scale for the MLs. as for the DCSH Superman - I'd have to use him from the waist down.




yes they are well made. most of the weight is in the legs though.
VariablePenguin -
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Those Sota figures are stout. There aren't really that many Legends figures with their amount of mass.
cowboyink -
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
you could also look into a Heman Chest for Kazar they are pretty good for that I just disasemnled one and its easy as pie to change over to ML

or try some DCSH superman legs
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