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  1. F1natic
    05-06-2020 05:36 AM
    F1natic
    Email address sent again from my gmail.
  2. F1natic
    05-06-2020 05:29 AM
    F1natic
    Just realised that I was following this coversation on the wrong page and missed your statement about the junk delete- I am finding this sites interface a bit odd.
  3. F1natic
    05-06-2020 04:31 AM
    F1natic
    my build log is on pistonheads - same username - https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/...&t=1827105&i=0
  4. F1natic
    05-06-2020 04:29 AM
    F1natic
    Hi Geoff,


    Haven't seen any photos come through to my gmail yet, if you get a chance I would be keen to see your progress. I also have a 2 year window which I am pushing hard for, but mine is only focused on getting the chassis running - due to my unconventionl setup. It means my weight dist is 45/55 driver & fuel, 44/56 with 2 passengers onboard. What sort of weight allowance have you given for body and glazing? I was thinking around 160 kg for outer shell and glazing and 80 kg for interior as most of it will be really thin carbon fibre panel glued together as big autoclaves are too expensive. What are you doing for underbody protection - the roads around here have all sorts of debris and I was going to run an high density polymer sheet so that stones don't damage the steel frame or the carbon panels. My steel frame is around 145 kg, but working to take weight out as its fairly unstressed.
    Cheers,
    Marcus.
  5. carbuilder2002
    04-28-2020 04:01 PM
    carbuilder2002
    Bugger think I just cleared out my junk mail carbuilder2002@yahoo.co.uk
  6. F1natic
    04-28-2020 06:30 AM
    F1natic
    Hi Geoff, have sent you an email to my build log, but it might go straight to your junk mail??

    Cheers,
    Marcus.
  7. webslinger283
    03-01-2017 05:42 PM
    webslinger283
    I have not been able to work on it too much. I have been able to procure a few more "genuine" McLaren F1 parts like the air vents and window switches. But having a second kid has put a continued hiatus on the project. That being said they are both getting to the point where i don't need to watch them 24-7, so i am actually hoping to work on the drivers seat this weekend, for at least a little while. How about you and your project?
  8. carbuilder2002
    03-02-2016 02:56 AM
    carbuilder2002
    Really so it's old school type. I used to have a devil of a job getting the MOT testers to pass the bloody thing, wonder if things have changed any?
    Am surprised Gordon had never come accross a Fly off handbrake lever before?
  9. Le Man
    03-01-2016 07:18 PM
    Le Man
    Fly off handbrake, lift to apply,... lift, pull trigger to release. sits flush so you get no unwelcome surprise when entering the car.

    Gordon did not even know how one worked before he designed the F1.

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