Hey everyone my name is Shin. I only play Super FM and I'm a Super FM Lover due to the anime series of Let's & Go Tamiya Mini 4WD. It's not perfect yet but I'd like to share what I have done with it so far. If you guys have any new reinforcement method for year 2018 please share. Right now im having problem with controlling the front roller angle for more aggresive bank such as an 80 degree bank. Update : 30/10/18 At long last finished my festa jaune custom poly cowl for my Super FM Chassis! Still looking for some stickers to spice the brand new cowl up! It's really unfortunate that I'd have to split this pretty cowl into half in order to utilize the hanging jaw system. I thought of just playing with side mount dampers but figure hanging jaw would be much more effective in terms of day to day basis performance. Oh Well what is done is done. Below there is a video of it's run with the new cowl. Leave me some suggestion. Update : 19/10/18 I use to have problem with the front roller angle but after an unfortunate accident the other day I've decided to cut the front bumper and make it a bumperless SFM. Right now I'm dealing with more stability and overall weight. I also brought my body damper closer to the ground as so like @Z3N Bluster mentioned in his S2FM Sliding Bumper video the closer your dampers are to the ground the more stable your machine will be. Switched to 19mm rollers on the front as well for more stability instead of a 12-13mm roller with a faster cornering speed. Also trying a new floating gear system on the superfm to see how it works. Please feel free to provide me any suggestion.