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andygtt

posted on 15/8/13 at 04:11 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by andygtt
Hi all... after a year out im finally in a possition to get back on my project...



Amazing!
What chassis do you use?


I designed and made the chassis, a lot of it is t45, started with a flat mdf table, placed a seat and engine block on it and built everything around it :-)

Cars not had much work as I remade all my noble bodywork in carbon (yes made moulds)... I make the excuse that its all r&d for the GTT but in truth I got carried away and was enjoying myself lol

The GTT will now have full carbon body and a twin turbo V10 for what I hope to be 1000bhp.





Andy

please redefine your limits.

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kb58

posted on 30/1/14 at 11:05 PM Reply With Quote
Realized that I never posted a picture!

Midlana allows building a Seven-type car using of a modern FWD drivetrain, which is mounted mid-engine. Depending upon the dyno, mine gets somewhere between 320-410 whp. There are currently three being built.

Oh, and the Midlana book is out!



[Edited on 1/30/14 by kb58]





Mid-engine Locost - http://www.midlana.com
And the book - http://www.lulu.com/shop/kurt-bilinski/midlana/paperback/product-21330662.html
Kimini - a tube-frame, carbon shell, Honda Prelude VTEC mid-engine Mini: http://www.kimini.com
And its book - http://www.lulu.com/shop/kurt-bilinski/kimini-how-to-design-and-build-a-mid-engine-sports-car-from-scratch/paperback/product-4858803.html

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Jimmy-boy

posted on 6/2/14 at 08:56 PM Reply With Quote
Very nice CAD skills!
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