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A gear ratio of 12 / 42 = or is a lower gear compared to 11 / 36 gear will give better acceleration and braking; a higher gear will give better top speed.


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And are you, with uncharacteristic modesty, PdL, offering your own Diamond chassis as the other comparable break-through in chassis design about which I initially enquired? Forgive me for the butchery on the body. This car could have won Concours too as long as they did not turn it over…. Drop arm OK- keeps the guide in the slot regardless of what the front wheels are doing. But good discussion! It did not work well until I removed the front wheels altogether, and then I understood the whole advantages. Because, as the Cooper-Climax brought the end of front-engine cars in F1 and Indy, the angle-winder completely revolutionized the hobby just at a time where it was beginning to die. The car never performed any better than any of its contemporary competitors, it was just another of these early days curiosities, like full suspensions and differential. If any of you think that the FLY Viper is the nec-plus-ultra of engineering with its front-engine layout, I strongly suggest a return to school to get back to basic mathematics. And the front axle-on-drop arm thing always passed me by. I could never work out the point of that Dynamic chassis, never having owned one too expensive at the time, and still now! Wankel Ickx. In-lines were suddenly as obsolete as 26D sidewinders were a year or so before. The only surviving car of the 3 built by Husting is the Paschal car. Guess it marks a time, rather like at Indy with the arrival of rear-engined cars, when the design rulebook was torn up and rewritten, everything else consigned to history. Sounds like a great project, Grah! The chassis uses a pitch steel pinion and an anodized aluminum spur gear, both made by Weldun. Husting was kind enough to let me take some pictures of what is possibly the most important car in the history of the hobby, and I hope that you will enjoy them. It also helped me to dominate the racing at my then club in Accrington for quite some time. I had a sneaky feeling that the mere mention of drop arms would trigger another entertainingly educational response! That is a really great car. It was not long before the entire field in the USA and UK copied the design and began winning on their own. It V12 here… around its pivot point where the drop arm is hinged. Not always the right pair though.. The end bell can be easily removed to service the motor that is soldered permanently in place as stressed component. Has any other single chassis development had such a dramatic effect? Hi guys. Such a huge and immediate improvement in handling! At least the off roasters seem more realistic to drive than the current crop of slot motorcycles.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The crude soldering joints give little indication of the actual performance. Online comments:. No no please no! I was looking forward to a raging debate. I am afraid that even Bob Kovacs would be in dire trouble to supply us with a correct mix…. Add this to oil-filled shock absorbers and working diffs… God saves us all. This car as I recall was 4 wheel drive and had the motor diagonally across the chassis to drive the front and rear wheels ,I think I have a pic somewhere. A blindfold will do! But as soon as you connect the drop arm to the front wheels you lose that advantage. Thanks Grah. The angle-winder idea is a different thing altogether. What can I think of next. In the bin. Then the Porsche Russkit with that black flimsy chassis which I never liked compared to the beauty of the Cox aluminum chassis began to win in all Italy and here in the Italian side of Switzerland but by the time I had a revolution to do yes Mr. The entire center section was solid, with the front wheels being completely independent from the center section. I usually have. At the same time, Bruce entrusted the author with a large amount of surviving glorious old racing cars, motors and parts, most for the Classic Era, that are now on display at the LASCM. Any other supporters for that idea? We did use to spring the arms a little or put loads of lead on the end, and the amount of travel was pretty small anyway… I use a magnet now. The rear wheels are Weldun with Associated blue rubber. The car appears crude, but is in fact is well thought out, and certainly was at its time, the fastest and most efficient ever built, never mind its historic trend-setting quality. Have you got a source for a T70GT shell? This happens when the car begins hinging itself under full power and we are not talking Slot. While there was some ancestry to this as one could actually build a similar contraption from Dynamic parts off the shelf, the performance of such contraption was not even close to be in the same league. There must be a logical explanation…. The front end shows globs of solder, not because Husting could not solder, but because he wanted to add weight, as much as possible on the drop arm, and at the same time make the car very impact resistant. I am probably going to regret this as it will simply highlight my young age yeah right! Sorry, impossible to forgive — that is terrible!!!! Especially from our Rail, who I thought would immediately nominate some antique steam-powered rail car, with a myriad of excellent reasons. Bruce Paschal had heard of this new car through the grapevine and called Husting, then talked him into sending the model to him in Louisiana. It was returned to Gene in by Bruce, in an elegant gesture. However, the motor was never disassembled once in over 30 races this car ran with Husting, then Paschal, who absolutely cleaned up with it for weeks at his local raceway in Metairie, Louisiana and everywhere he traveled. Magna-traction, when did it first appear and was it also a kind of revolution? The drop arm has limited drop and the front axle wire is soldered on top of it, in the manner of the production Dynamic drop hinge. Boy, did it work! Mind- I remember reading about a US racer called Doug Henline, who for his own reasons possibly the obvious one! It worked. Maybe Russell has some stuff still tucked away in his drawers. While the toy industry is still mostly stuck on in-lines, it is quite obvious that the best of the toys once the crutches provided by the traction magnets are removed. Fantastic, Dr P! By the way and to come back to drop arms: I un-voluntarily created a little revolution of my own by being the fellow who killed the drop arm for good on the pro racing level. I had to start bashing my carefully made U-brackets into funny obtuse angles and hunting round for spur gears again. I can see if you were in America when Gene built this car, pro-racing then this would be a very important car, but to me personally it is a great car but it has almost no historical significance as it was just another step in building faster pro-racing cars. I love this stuff — lots of history, sensible reasoning, wonderful! Husting sent the car, then built another for himself, and yet another for John Cukras. Drop arms are found on slower cars or Spanish do-ickey gizmos in dire need of technical complexity to generate sales to the credulous ignorant, period. Now why is the Husting car or for that matter, the Roy Moody car so important to the hobby? As in the dreaded ISO-fulcrum. And what other bin-bound ideas were bravely pursued and beautifully engineered by the bold pioneers of our beautiful hobby, by the way? Nice chassis though! I think that one is in a class of its own! I think I understand. This car was the fastest ever built when Gene put it on the track for the first time. Just as an example say you have a car with a drop arm approaching he top of a hump as the car goes over the hump the drop arm which carries the same momentum as the rest of the car caries on in the same direction and stays flat and wont drop of its own accord. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}To the great surprise of all present, Gene actually finished in 3rd place in the weekly race with the car, humbling serious racers such as John Cukras and John Anderson. But I was very young then. The inlet trumpets are flared aluminum tubing. Gee, Mr P, you been talking to Mope recently? No one had EVER had such an advantage, and I used it to the fullest in , cleaning up in most national-level races entered, while I sent cars to Europe that cleaned up there, especially when Bernd Mobus won the Euro Championship with one, while another sent to Sweden allowed Per Gustafson to dominate the field there. It is simply an inline in which the motor has been positioned at a slight angle so as to help the four-wheel drive transmission, a major mistake in itself. And TSRF blimey- how many pseudonyms are you allowed to have? Then he built himself a similar chassis but this time with a removable motor. I experimented with stiffer and stiffer springs and the cars got better and better, so I built a prototype where the arm was actually soldered between the main frame rails. Perhaps US tracks were smoother than ours…. I stopped racing in after I won several races with Cox Cucaracha and Chaparral with re-wounded 26Ds. Why did I do this? I liked drop arms and still do, but as a separate entity from all other parts of the frame — other than its necessary pivot, of course! Rail Racer. The steel plate screwed to the end bell is a glue shield. But I may have got that one a bit tangled up.