[FONT=Verdana]We are working at a feverish pace to fulfill car orders. Gary Hickman (at edge engineering) and I are collaborating on the construction of all Phoenix Race Works cars, and the build quality is impeccable. Gary, as many of you know, had built his own F1000 and has many years of experience fabricating molds and body work. The body fit and finish on the new car will out shine all of the products Phoenix has produced previously. The melding of Gary’s fabrication and my engineering has produced a winner of a car! Light weight, aerodynamic, easy to work on, great suspension geometry, and way cool looking! [/FONT]
[FONT=Verdana]Here are some pics of the mold making fun, and two of the chassis.[/FONT]
[FONT=Verdana]I don’t want to give away too much of the CFD because we are doing things aerodynamicaly that sets this new car apart from other F1000’s, but I wanted to show off the fact that we are using CFD to design our car.[/FONT]
I know this is an old post, but I assume the front roll hoop is legal in the chassis pictures? I thought it had to be 1.375 .080 round tube and start from the chassis bottom frame rail. I could be reading (the GCR) wrong. I'm converting my F500 to a F600 and could use a little more height and width for my hands and forearms and now is the time to do it since its down to the bare frame. and with my limited resources I wouldn't have to bend up a new hoop.
Last edited by Rick Eskola; September 12th, 2013 at 7:45 PM.
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