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Well it only took 4 years to post up a pic or two of the finished bike! Stumbled on these two pics today. The first day of running the bike in, nursing it around the track in group D.
Unfortunately I had to sell the bike a year ago.
I just dug this up. Remembered it last night. Saw this at a show some years back.
I stand corrected, but I think this is a 700cc motorcycle boxer engine powered BMW.
Wish I had a better shot of the engine. A little gem.
Dug up the thread. Posted it back in March 2011. :-) Some cool info there. Yeah, according to "Joksa" its a formula tecno K, with upgraded twin engine.
A few years ago, this was sitting on my friend Miles driveway. He's a Ducati racebike technician, and a customer had brought it in for him to service.
1963 Technocart formula 4 car with a Ducati 250 engine.
"A" wasn't crazy about the ATV key.
"Its kinda lame, dad."
I had to agree with her. :-)
She designed a new one.
I modeled it.
We printed it.
She painted it.
... And now its cooler. :-D
(The drawing on her key design is her logo - its a storm cloud with a lighting bolt...
Had a serous pow-wow last night.
"A" and I discussed various issues around, design, functionality, style, cool factor and objectives.
A critical issue was brought up, and that was where the picnic basket was going to go.
I was reminded that this was part of the original design :-P
This is the perfect solution for this application.
I've reached out to the guys at Peerlessgear and waiting on a response from them.
Will be ordering one in the next day or so.
Now you've gone and spoilt all my fun making my own diff :-P
That FSAE Diff is an amazing looking piece of...
I turn my head for one second and there's a bunch of great ideas all posted up! HA ha brilliant. Every single comment posted was helpful.
Spent most of the day mulling over what you guys have suggested, hinted at, and flat out worked out for...
Took measurements today!
The seat rails have 200mm of movement. This was the starting point.
In these designs, the steering shaft can be adjusted by 100mm.
The thin green line in the front is the axis point for the pedals.
I generally leave pieces of paper lying...