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HandyAndy 16th December 2009 05:35 PM

yes there are a few builders using the bmw mechanicals, not too sure which members but they,ll probably be on line soon no doubt to say hi.

nice drawings :cool:


Bonzo 16th December 2009 06:30 PM

There was a drawing that Chris Gibbs posted that should give you some idea as to how you might be able to use the BMW front hubs ;)

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Have a read, it may be of some help :) :)

alga 17th December 2009 02:43 PM

Oooh, shiny! Could you post your model someplace in OBJ format perchance?

fabrun 17th December 2009 03:47 PM

no problem
i want to finish it before (soon)

fabrun 18th December 2009 04:21 AM

little update

fabrun 19th December 2009 12:22 PM

one more update

does someone has dimension for the nosecone please ?

Beardy_John 19th December 2009 10:12 PM

Fabrun, nice work. I've drawn the chassis up a few times in a couple of different ways, but never had the time to finish any of them!
I've used Simulation (was COSMOS) loads as I have to use it at work. The main problem I have is knowing what to put into the FEA and then working out what its telling you. All you can really do is put in a known load and compare different designs for stiffness/strength.
I'd love to known how you got your springs to look so good. I hate drawing springs! :):)

dogwood 20th December 2009 09:44 AM

Hi Fabrun.

All looks very clever to me....I just dont do compootuz:rolleyes:

Did however notice an error..:eek:
Chassis plate CP7 on the right hand side,by the roll bar,
It's the wrong way around. I'm not trying to be a smart arse, Just thought I would mention it


fabrun 20th December 2009 10:24 AM

cp6 et cp7
bien vu
je corrige

fabrun 20th December 2009 11:58 AM

1 Attachment(s)
how much just for this dimension ?
same as sierra hub (how much?)
thanksAttachment 596

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