So many people are having to really fiddle with the chest transformation; myself included. Things I don't like about this figure: 1. The front wheels don't seat all the way under the hood 2. The hood halves don't separate far enough apart preventing any symmetry 3. The shoulder joints don't have the right clearance to rotate the upper arms around the step bar 4. The angular hook shaped parts that are behind the front wheels should sit on each side of the chest "faux" bumper instead So... My solutions for each issue: A. Shave down the shoulder joints about 75%, and replace the shoulder pin with flat head screws (allows the front wheels to recess even more under the hood). B. Cut away a corner of the hood's plug "block" that's on the passenger side of the hood (where the two hood halves plug into each other), then use some needle nose pliers to simply turn the white plastic bits (that the -Ubar is hinged to) inward. This opens up more than enough space for the two halves so they don't even touch. C. Round off the corners of the upper arms (black plastic) that hit the step bar. D. Cut off the hooked parts away from the front wheels. Modify some model plane hinges to slide in/out off a screw. Install the screw to the inside of the faux chest bumper. The hinge allows the hooked features to fold in between the faux bumper and the thighs in alt mode.