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I didn't put much value on the results CFD, but did use it to compare different concepts and the aero drag. The downforce will be different since the CFD does not utilize a rolling road simulation.I guess if it all goes south at 200 MPH it will be stigmatized with autoBAD WTF mailbox post.
I have used bondo, but try Dolphin glaze it will change your life. Goes on much thinner and better at getting a perfect finish.Looks awesome! I do a make a lot of molds for fiberglass. I use bondo for the final layer to be smoothed. It feels in all the imperfections, it's hard, sands very good, and paint/epoxy sticks to it really good.
Are you talking about the 1/7 body with the orange rear wing? That one is an airfoil shape and has 3 positions for angle of attack.are you going to make rear wing be like a elevator?..
Thanks man!This is still the coolest scratch built ever!
I appreciate that!Good luck my friend. I know from my time spent with a 100+MPH Rustler how much money and heartache you'll end up with invested in this. I've been a long time follower of Nic Case and I wish you the best of luck with your endeavor!
Ya I too admit I'm not on here very often but not a lot of help I need from here also. And I've been told things like the BSR foams balloon to twice their size at over 40mph and all kinds of fun stuffThanks man!
My visits on this forum are many months apart, but yes I am on RCTalk also.