Looking rough here I'm afraid but you get the idea, mid season and looking tired. Guess where, not difficult. We were lucky to get number 34, suited me as it was Kev's race number.
In this guise it won 7 of its 12 races and finished second twice. Fisher Fury, lightweight race chassis and bodywork, fully independent rose jointed suspension with my own roll bar design, 2004 1000cc Honda Fireblade injected engine, std engine but exhaust open to your design so long as you meet 105dB, intake open to your design so long as std injectors are used hence NACA duct and 100 mm intake tube ducting into our own airbox through radiator hot air outlet, Power Commander mapped to exhaust and intake design, control tyre, control fuel, no ABS, no full throttle engine kill shift, no electronic paddle shift but I built a mechanical rod paddle shift system, no donwshift blipper, min weight 530kgs our car weighed 565kg with driver and 3 litres of fuel, min ground clearance of 75mm, reverse gear required using Muffett diff in rear of car, engine sideways in front, big hump gets airbox and twin injectors under hood, just. Full data logging including 2 axis G sensors, (draws circuit, allows identification of over/understeer), 0-60mph at Snett race start 2.6 seconds, max speed 135ish depending on gearing, (inside Diff), 136bhp at rear wheels. I enjoyed this project. You can just see one of the bonnet catches has popped open and also the under floor scoop cooling the second oil heat exchanger, that was really effective. Primary cooler can be seen fitted sideways on to right of water radiator.
Edited by PaulMB, 06 April 2011 - 20:19.