Love this! Very informative aswell!
Slightly different one, if I'd of known I could of got one that cheap I would have.I can't wait either. same one?
heard some ppl saying cos they're under administration, orders took ages or never arrived.
although I've been emailed that mines already been despatched and due arrive tomorrow. prob cos this was a clearance website they wanna sell this stuff off asap. fine by me, long as I get all the bits n working
can't wait to start designing n making plastic bits for the car n stuff
definately fun to be able to make things at home.Slightly different one, if I'd of known I could of got one that cheap I would have.
Ah well.... still be fun to make things
First project for you?
Mines a mold for fibreglass parts
they're selling em off in clearance at this siteAwesome!!
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whenever it prints large circles it sounds like an air raid siren lolThe video sounds like some insane gabba track
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aye cos we drive on the LH cambered roads and go clockwise on roundbouts and one disadv of directional tyres but tis minor.You'll never escape it Paul. It's one of them things on daily used cars
They're a pain in the ass..been looking in to making these.
wide...oneday. also double wishbone thoughts eh?They're a pain in the ass..
Getting the ball joint at the right angle, bush at the right angle and the design correct. Used a lot of material and time getting a set to function. Unless they're jigged they're a waste of time
I'm still going for it but I can't see them being either A cheap or B worthwhile. Personally I'd stick to standard ones unless your building a kit car type
Aye. Already on it. H701s are 10mm longer than standard to increase my roll over tolerance without changing my roll centres.wide...oneday. also double wishbone thoughts eh?
Aye. Already on it. H701s are 10mm longer than standard to increase my roll over tolerance without changing my roll centres.
Twin wishbone pushrod in design for Nissanubaru. Tis why I made standard wishbones as practice
Making a standard one teaches you the angles and stresses of ball joints. Gives you an educated ground running start on complete custom ones unless you re-create the hub too, which is also a challenge but worth it when making a complete custom made car ie the little dp4 kart replica I'm trying out. Definitely good fun
Haha no, theyre kind of important. Doesn't stop you having a go though manyea what you said, I am still too thick for that ####. sounds clever though. I would be really worried with my own designs, wouldnt want one coming apart lol
I did think of kitcar arms to account for sr20 driveshaft lengths, on the note of shafts and crunch. Yeah will have a go when my welding isnt so pants. i have been practisingHaha no, theyre kind of important. Doesn't stop you having a go though man
Just mimic a standard one first off and go from there. If i'm any help let me know I don't mind. Be good to see some other stuffs.
But longer wishbones is longer shafts and altering the mounting angle the shocks etc too.. so you need to alter the top of the suspension turret so your bearing doesn't crunch on compression.
Still encounter suspension top mount angle issues, but its simple to adjustI did think of kitcar arms to account for sr20 driveshaft lengths, on the note of shafts and crunch. Yeah will have a go when my welding isnt so pants. i have been practising
right in my books = not having my welds on my harnesss points failing and launching me into the dash/windscreen lolStill encounter suspension top mount angle issues, but its simple to adjust
A beginner practices so he can get it right
A professional practices so they can't get it wrong
That's what I got told
Yup. Continuous progression and evolutionin hind sight... should have... i will do at a later date... I will want to no doubt go over my work. A ramp would be nice eh
that would be luvely one day.