Three Years Hard Work

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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby Tom_Ger_Phaeton S2 » Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:17 pm

hello Daryl,
Here I'll show you times the reason why I come to the weight.


my Propshaft

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the rear axel

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Tom
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Date of registration 1979
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1 st owner from Collingham Newark

Metamorphosis from 1.5 to 2.9cc Ford scorpio cosworth;
Reconstruction back rigid-axle Type Escort to independent suspension Ford scorpio cosworth & front to Scorpio
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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby Tom_Ger_Phaeton S2 » Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:25 pm

Hello snowy2,

if u want a copy of my Dutton, than u must come to germany for some week to cover the sexy body :D I have no time for this.... :D Iam a hard working man.... :roll:


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Tom
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Date of registration 1979
Frame N° P842

1 st owner from Collingham Newark

Metamorphosis from 1.5 to 2.9cc Ford scorpio cosworth;
Reconstruction back rigid-axle Type Escort to independent suspension Ford scorpio cosworth & front to Scorpio
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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby clacysmagic » Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:29 pm

Hi Tom i think i will have to take mine apart again so i can get much weight to rear axle as you have LOTS!!!
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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby Tom_Ger_Phaeton S2 » Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:20 pm

Hallo Daryl,

How I see. You've built your engine too far back. This is certainly a good weight distribution. It' so ???


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Tom
Pheaton S2
Date of registration 1979
Frame N° P842

1 st owner from Collingham Newark

Metamorphosis from 1.5 to 2.9cc Ford scorpio cosworth;
Reconstruction back rigid-axle Type Escort to independent suspension Ford scorpio cosworth & front to Scorpio
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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby Tom_Ger_Phaeton S2 » Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:30 pm

Hallo Daryl,

How I see. You've built your engine too far back. This is certainly a good weight distribution. It' so ???


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My motor is 20 cm rear the front axle....

So I have 50/50 % weight without Passengers, Driver and Fuel

cheers
Tom
Pheaton S2
Date of registration 1979
Frame N° P842

1 st owner from Collingham Newark

Metamorphosis from 1.5 to 2.9cc Ford scorpio cosworth;
Reconstruction back rigid-axle Type Escort to independent suspension Ford scorpio cosworth & front to Scorpio
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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby clacysmagic » Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:45 pm

Hi Tom what makes you think its to far back
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Re: Three Years Hard Work

Postby Tom_Ger_Phaeton S2 » Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:05 pm

:roll: oh the google translator wasn't correctly " ;)

I hope I say it right ..... You have build the Motor far behind the front axle.... so you have a good Weight distribution. Middle motor Principe. The same as my Dutton.. 50/50 %


Tom
Pheaton S2
Date of registration 1979
Frame N° P842

1 st owner from Collingham Newark

Metamorphosis from 1.5 to 2.9cc Ford scorpio cosworth;
Reconstruction back rigid-axle Type Escort to independent suspension Ford scorpio cosworth & front to Scorpio
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