A lot to be answered here I am overwhelmed. I have studied Marks Impressive work. I am not sure if I dare to modify the frame to a certain extent, but on the other hand I want to go faster... Mark can you send a pm on how to get some detailed drawings of your system, and if anyone has it i would be appreciated to get some details about the Greenvood 5-Link. It's a picture of it on their website. They used it on two of their street Daytonas.
Some of the half shafts are similar looking to the front drive shaft of my 99 Surburban 4x4.
The Rear inside camber is due to a bad day at the office. Somtimes it seems like they are moving the turns around (they are ocationally getting closer/sharper)
I think I read somewhere that the Owings-Corning cars had hand layed light weight bodies, is that a fact? Impessisive Vette you have there redvetracr!
I also studied the FIA historic paperwork on the ZL1 powered 69's. According to the paper the ZL1 cars could weigh in at 1226 kg with (tools and spares)? 2700 lbs with BB??:crazy:
I have raced the corvette since 2002 prior to that i have 20 years of sporty street driving. I bought a 69 BB Camaro back in 81 believe it or not it has never been wrecked.
This car would be dangerous to drive on Northsleife we call it "Ringen" A friend of mine wrecked his 928 GT down there this summer I think he had to pay 8000 Euro for the damage to the guard rail alone in addition to towing, closing down the track for a while, storage of the wreck etc etc...
To solid: I fortunately do not own a well, but I have a Patient Wife and Four kids. A few $ have been spent, and it helps to own a well equipped Machine/Engine shop, with both Engine and Chassis dyno.
I will get some pictures of the engine compartment. The picture belowe is from a car show. Alu Pieces have been replaced with carbonfiber since then
Note ! did anyne know the body weight and what could be saved ?