Great video, thanks Norm.
Can you get us some pictures of it in full articulation. Got any detail pics of your suspension or is that "off limits"?MoparNorm said:The frame rails are from a TJ, per rule, the rest and the rear section are our invention. We had more of a true "truss" designed at the rear, but we had to modify that to get our full range of shock motion.
It's amazing how far a shock can move when you have 40" of articulation!!!
The frame, weight, 37" tires and 14" of shock travel are the main rules in the modified class, everything else is open to interpretation.
...So we did...
It was. Nothing came of it.Beentherebefore said:Is that the thing that you are waiting to get a Hemi for?
PM sent.Mike V. said:Can you get us some pictures of it in full articulation. Got any detail pics of your suspension or is that "off limits"?
Are both front and rear coil link setups?
MoparNorm said:It was. Nothing came of it.
I took one for the team and reluctantly went with the sponsor who graciously gave us a $20,000 motor, from another manufacturer. Im not happy about it. After we win maybe it will generate more interest from Mopar, who knows...?
I dont suppose you could share those flex pics with me too? Im really interested to see that sucker in full flex.MoparNorm said:PM sent.
Both front and rear are coil-link.
Right now I have it set up with only .5 degrees of caster change from full stuff to full drop.
That's half of one degree.In 14" of travel.