Thanks a lot looks like the Race Technology temp/pressure sensors come with 1000ohm resistors pre wired so will go with a 150ohm on the fuel level sensorwhat pull up resistors are you running on the other sensors?.. about 300ohms?.. if so I'd say you could run a 150ohm on the fuel level sensor without any issues as you aren't running many sensors.
What is the date of Donnigton again mate? the year is filling up with dates so I will set it aside if its not already booked.You'll defo have to pop over to one of the races if you get chance.. top of the range hospitality in the Pro-Am awning haha!. we're back at Donington again later in the year for the GP circuit.. I think thats the closest for you
Hi mate, Donington GP is 21/09/2019Just read the secondary update and watched it back also.
The car looked to be going really really well and there is some lovely smooth driving (not that I know what I am on about...) As others have said it is a massive shame that the result didn't come. Looks like a great championship too, a really good mix of cars.
What is the date of Donnigton again mate? the year is filling up with dates so I will set it aside if its not already booked.
I know!.. I’ve been meaning to write up the most recent races we’ve had!.. it’s been a mad few months, with getting married and having races so close together!.. because you’ve asked I’ll make an effort to do a few more updatesI wish you would keep this thread update mate
Yeah it was super slippy through there!.. the R888R's are terrible in the wet too.. just had to make sure we were braking off line, but u always had to cross the slippy line at some point. Was a lesson in car control that's for sure.How slippery is the Knickerbrook chicane in the wet!
It's always like driving on ice in mine.
It never used to be that bad there, but seems to have gotten worse over the years and not sure whyYeah it was super slippy through there!.. the R888R's are terrible in the wet too.. just had to make sure we were braking off line, but u always had to cross the slippy line at some point. Was a lesson in car control that's for sure.
We’ve also done Brands GP a few weeks ago... and heading to Donington GP tomorrow for the next roundNext race is at Zandvoort?
From a championship point of view is it the same as say Club Enduro, where they do Spa but for those that can't go would surely lose out on points so they have a drop score system.We’ve also done Brands GP a few weeks ago... and heading to Donington GP tomorrow for the next round
We won’t have enough signatures on our licences to enter Zandvoort unfortunately, as need a Nat A licence.. so we’ll be skipping that round this year
Yeah they have a drop score system too.. we have a DNF from the first round at Donington tho (we’ll 1 point for the pole lap) which we would have dropped if we did Zandvoort so we’ll just have a couple of poor rounds.. it’s been a good learning curve this season tho, so we’ll be back to attack it fully next yearFrom a championship point of view is it the same as say Club Enduro, where they do Spa but for those that can't go would surely lose out on points so they have a drop score system.
Is that the same for TDC?
The regulation for Class C is up to 150WHP/TON and be sit at 148.5 allowing a buffer for dyno variability. (We run ~35kg of ballast to get down to that value.)what is the power/weight regulation on your class ,can you go a bit higher, or you already on the limit ?
looks like you have the upper hand in the corners, but not enough on the Straight ...
Hi Michael, yes i'm aware of the issues that the other RC setup has had .. I've seen a few posts people have put up.Nice write up, I'm sure you are aware of a certain RC setup that fails on track.
You definitely know your stuff regarding engineering so I'm sure your kit will perform perfectly and reliably.
I also know what you mean regarding the turn in! I have Mr Northloopcup's setup and at Croft in August I couldn't believe the transformation, paired with the gripper diff it was unbeatable
Thanks, I hope they will.. I'm always open to looking into other parts to develop if the demand is there!. so if you can think of anything let me know.We all know the quality of your work and your engineering background and attention for detail. These will fly off the shelves once you've finished testing and can put your seal of approval on them.
Next you need to create a decent 4pot brake package that fits under 15s with out have it bastardise anything.
Hi mate, yes your correct, the bump steer needs to be altered too. There is a matching adjustable spacer on the track rod end attachment too.. Its under the head of the bolt and goes into the rose joint, seen in the pictures above. This is simply flipped over.I love it when people develop their own stuff, and I'm also interested in these parts.
But doesn't the bumpsteer need to be altered again, between the two stages of the Roll Centre kit?