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  • 13-12-2019, 11:47
    ivanhoew
    Quote Originally Posted by Andy650 View Post
    Fantastic work there.

    I was just thinking this guy is like some mad genius in his lair & at that moment you spun around in the chair. All that was missing was " I've been expecting you Mr Bond"


    ahahaha oh that made me laugh Andy , now i need to get a white pussy !
  • 13-12-2019, 10:58
    Andy650
    Fantastic work there.
    Could you fit some additional hold down straps pulling straight down over the rollers to compensate for the light car & cure the wheel spin?
    Although your narrow tyres are acting as a saftey valve for the drive train at the moment so proceed with care.
    cant wait to hear results from the test drive, have fun.
    Additional
    I was just thinking this guy is like some mad genius in his lair & at that moment you spun around in the chair. All that was missing was " I've been expecting you Mr Bond"
  • 13-12-2019, 09:51
    Flying Phil
    ..."sufficient power."...for now?
    Excellent work Robert.
  • 13-12-2019, 08:47
    ivanhoew
    more vid nonsense

    https://youtu.be/qg5o0_tJxYM
  • 10-12-2019, 09:15
    ivanhoew
    Dodgy ! ..that looks brilliant... now i want to redo mine !
  • 10-12-2019, 09:00
    watahyahknow
    wow ....just.......wow mustve been somw pretty nice herbs the guy was on when he made it
  • 10-12-2019, 08:47
    Dodgy
    Not much thought gone in to the exhaust system there ;-)

    Which reminded me, I saw these pics and thought of you Robert....


  • 07-12-2019, 22:45
    watahyahknow
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jizRaXlq71M
    sumting i found on youtube , guys talking funny though , cant understand a thing
    found out a little more , he used two 6 cilinder chevrolet engines for his car
  • 20-09-2019, 08:43
    ivanhoew
    Quote Originally Posted by mylesdw View Post
    It's amazing the difference a throttle spring can make to the whole feel of a car, rather like driving a car when it's clean and shiny - it goes so much better!

    Great photos, dare I ask what project next?


    it really does myles , i was driving it thinking this doesn't feel as eager , then remembered i had been experimenting ,and wacked a big heavy spring on there to see how affected tickover , then left it on .

    re projects...i may make a hard top for medusa , or alternatively try and build a coupe like the rr in the sorcerers apprentice .

    Quote Originally Posted by 28Chevy View Post
    Nice you've got her more drivable now, can't get over how good those mudguards look, do they wibble about much?


    no front wibblage at all bernard , the back ones do clang on the exhaust if cornering hard ,and the axle tilts , and also the back one vibrate at some points i think because the wheels are not balanced .the tyres do rub a bit as they grow due to speed ,but it just makes an interesting hissing noise.

    one weird thing is that , when cornering left , the rhs front mudguard catches a little , so i am gradually levering it away from the tyre , it now only does it at higher cornering g's ..so a little more bending required .i think that tyre may be folding over a bit more than the others ,with such a high sidewall and only 28 psi .

    RR
  • 19-09-2019, 21:23
    28Chevy
    Nice you've got her more drivable now, can't get over how good those mudguards look, do they wibble about much?
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