Good question. I'm not sure. I had thought Bo said it was 1600cc (maybe he's rounding down on the 1679cc, or maybe I misheard or maybe he's just wrong!). Are there any key identifiers between the sizes? From the repair manuals we have, I get the impression that all the type 4 engines are essentially the same, at least from the perspective of trying to keep the old POS running.
I'm thinking that a lot of the fluffy material that could be used for the nose (and tail for that matter) are probably nylon or polyester which=flammable which might not be the best thing to put on the outside of a racecar but maybe there's other options.
I was on the interwebs looking for a "make your car a bunny" kit and did find one for the low low price of $19.95. Sadly it was no longer available (did they sell all of them or did no one buy them.) Anyway, looking at the picture of the nose, I thought it might be possible to make one with a little design work. I have a huge craft store not too far from my house and will take a look see at what's available later this week. I'm thinking that a lot of the fluffy material that could be used for the nose (and tail for that matter) are probably nylon or polyester which=flammable which might not be the best thing to put on the outside of a racecar but maybe there's other options.
If anyone's good at making vectors...
I may post a bit about a Puffalump outline for a t-shirt in that thread soon, too. I was thinking "Fluffy Bunny Racing" could go on the front and next to an outline of the bunny and "Eater of Souls" on the back next to an outline of the bunny's back. Should anything else go on there? I was thinking the logo could be all in white, too, since that stands out well enough against lilac (black would be too srs bsnss, IMHO) and then we wouldn't have to pay more to have a multi-color design made. Thoughts? Suggestions?
Heh, I just ordered one of these! I'm going to see if it's the right size and an acceptible color as soon as it comes in. Fluffy's nose is peach, though, so I may have to pick up a can of peach spray paint to make it look right. The shape of the nose is PERFECT. I just wish it as peach instead of pink! (I can't sew, either.)
FWIW, Puffalump noses are fuzzy velveteen. .
If the kit nose doesn't work, heck, I guess we've got a "make your judgemobile a bunny" kit bribe. I found a giant basket that would be perfect for Easter Bunny bribery, haha.