130 TC budget race car.

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Re: 130 TC budget race car.

Post by Urbancamo » Sat Dec 28, 2013 6:57 pm

Nice work Remi. They is only one way to prepare bodyshell properly - complete teardown.
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Re: 130 TC budget race car.

Post by Abarthnorway - Remi L » Sun Dec 29, 2013 10:02 pm

Urbancamo wrote:Nice work Remi. They is only one way to prepare bodyshell properly - complete teardown.
Coming from You I consider it a big compliment.
Thank You!

Safety/reliability first.
To be a father of three boys changes your mindset in many ways of life:-)
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Re: 130 TC budget race car.

Post by Urbancamo » Mon Dec 30, 2013 6:50 pm

Haha Remi, if you hear complimentary from Finn you have probably done something right!

But being serious a proper rollgage is a must. Seamless tubing (FIA standard) and good MIG- or TIG welds. Professional welder too and top notch machinery. Very good and wide enough baseplates for roll gage legs. All welds with 100% cover (requires dropping roll gage thru the floor in order to weld properly top corners) Too much roll gage tubing than too little. Also complete reinforcement welds for chassis.
These are the key factors for a good and safe roll gage.

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Re: 130 TC budget race car.

Post by Abarthnorway - Remi L » Sat May 31, 2014 10:07 pm

Excuses for bad picture - but You get the idea.

Out of these two + a bunch of parts - one competetive Ritmo will emerge.

An empty Ritmo shell weighs close to nothing, I will try to keep the weight down during build.

Hopefully I will be ready next summer:-)
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New more solid shell in front - in the back old rusty warrior hiding some true and tested gems underneath its battered shell
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