This would be cheap, if you could get the cab/block angled so thermite could work. Haven't had anything to do with it but 2200 degrees is going to have an effect.
What would a safe compression stroke be if you know your intended use, I seems competition cars have around 10 to 12 inches this figures with give you a definitive shock load at full bump that is to say if the spring pressure is 200lb with 10 inches of preload that's 1000lbs and for another 10...
Well said Biffgnar, walk before you run. Having said that let me say this - Well done - Nice graphic. Getting on the table with some promotion is a realistic step. Perspective from a young age is a difficult thing so factoring in Biffgnar's advice will help getting the end game into an idea...
Watching youtube and put two and two together, Maybe.
How would a Rally Fighter team go at Dakar, sounds like it would hit all the right points.
Put the steering wheel on the right side and you could sell them world wide after that sort of exposure.
This is part of the CAMS (Australian) regs, I relise more rules don't always make us safer just thought if it may be worth looking at:
4.6 Refuelling: The following regulations apply to any operation that involves refuelling and/or the removal/
opening of a fuel filler cap:
I relise its cold, but why cant they have heaters like everyone else.
The incredible Flamo sets another hot lap.
Dam natives. . . what drums say.
Right, now choke off.
Has it got fuel, . . Ok spark.
White smoke. . . that's good right.
and the classic. . . don't worry it'll buff out.