Very cool, nice work man! I have to start playing around with it too, Id like to see how my engine lid compares to the stocker
Raising Arizona said:As I watched the Rolex 24 this past weekend all the DP (prototype) cars had the square'd off backends as discussed above. Very unfinished, very racey looking, which I like. Looking at the GT2 and GT3 cars, there stock and round (RX-8, F430, 911, etc. and appear to run the track just fine. There's nothing square about a 911.
watch the DTM's and BTCC alot and your very right. The DTM's have all those rear aero's going from the rear fender to the back and rear diffuser, actually the entire car. I'd love to buy a C300 sport and trick it out like that. Love'm....anyway, I'm really looking forward to testing my rear diffuser/vert TMIC. Should be intersting to see if my guessing actually works. HmmmmmmBill Strong said:I think a lot of the issue is that the rules dictate what they can do to the body. A few years back touring cars were the pinnacle of aero design on production based cars. But to reduce out of hand development costs, they restricted what you could do to the body panels. That is why BTCC cars run very little aero stuff, they did allow basic things like uselessly small wings just to give the cars a racy look for the fans, but otherwise they are basic.
Now look at the DTM series. Totally different look to the cars.
No-no, I'll find a large piece of grill like material and cut to fit. It has to look good too. this will surround the bottom of the bumper to the rear diffuser so the IC will be behind it.misut0 said:I think somebody mentioned it earlier, but the chicken wire would work. You can get that at your local Home Depot.