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I haven't yet weighed it. My savings are below:
Unsprung weight saved: 24.97 kg
Sprung weight saved: 106.01 kg
Total weight saved: 130.99 kg
That's about right. They aren't light cars. The standard wheels, seats, etc. do weigh a lot.
It would have been good to weigh with a full tank -...
A nice video of the fabrication process would clear it up showing the jigs used, fabrication of the collector, air rail etc. - basically the...
For reference the Euro bumper is 9.1kg.
Yep - absolutely fine.
It's function is to protect the bodywork from chaffing so the wider part on top would make more sense - providing it doesn't look unsightly.
It will come up perfectly after a sand and re-lacquer/clear. I'll look forward to seeing the results.
The Challenge parts were aluminium. Ferrari did commission some one off parts as prototypes for the 360 and the Scuderia, but these are mostly...
I like where this is going.
FYI spacing wheels or changing offset will change the scrub radius. I don't really like doing it on a road car.
Those things are so reliable it's a question of how far do you go? The same applies to alternators, coolant hoses, pulleys, etc. etc.
It would be...
I'm going to hazard a guess that the root cause was a lack of maintenance (coolant changes).
Yes, it's factory, it was even specified for the F430 but the majority of cars don't have it.
The more common 458 wheels are actually the 16M option wheels in 20". The 19" 16M versions bolt up to an F430.
It's a modern, well-made unit. The design has been used in oil/water exchange units on various cars for years now - they don't really fail.
That's really kind of you, 24000. I had a few random requests like this during my project and helpful acts like these do really help.
Okay, great. Looking at the basic rack travel:
F430: 106mm - 42mm = 64mm of travel per 360 degrees.
Challenge：100mm - 40mm = 60mm of...
How did you manage that :(