that's one hell of a design for the rears. I wonder how that would react in a street setup... hermmmmm. subd for moar rally porn
Since all WRC cars run a McPherson set up in the rear whether it's tarmac or gravel I'm sure it would be fun on the street as well. Now whether it's worth converting a street car I don't know. The biggest knock on a McPherson set up is camber changes on extreme bump/droop. The longer your arms the less of a problem this is, and with shorter travel of tarmac suspension probably not a huge deal in performance. For tarmac set up, you can run a shorter damper and spring.that's one hell of a design for the rears. I wonder how that would react in a street setup... hermmmmm. subd for moar rally porn
Once I finalize everything the components are pretty straightforward to make and I plan on publishing the dimensions. The biggest thing is welding in the strut towers but if you're comfortable cutting out your wheel wells, notching the frame a little and welding it in then I'm sure I can make a set of everything. I'll probably make another set of everything for myself as spares so maybe making a few sets could be more economical.So, how much love would you need from me to get my hands on one of these setups
Suspension binding, flexing, destruction of subframes. Short story- we were pushing an old car pretty hard and after the first few rolls it started to have issues tracking straight.