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    Pratt & Miller Job Postings

    The Pratt & Miller Aerodynamics Department is hiring for a Model Designer and Model Maker.


    Mechanical Designer
    http://prattmiller.com/careers/opportunity/DC1072931118

    Pratt & Miller...
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    Worth repeating. I've replaced old bulkhead...

    Worth repeating. I've replaced old bulkhead mounted Wilwoods with bulkhead mounted AP's, and have never looked back. There is definitely a quality difference between MC brands. Though, you can't...
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    +1 increase front track width. You'd decrease...

    +1 increase front track width. You'd decrease weight transfer in the front relative to the rear. You'd probably cure the understeer.

    Lots of anti-ackermann... I bet at high loads those tires...
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    FSAE students all over the world quit within 6...

    FSAE students all over the world quit within 6 months. These are the 'resume' guys.

    Define a successful FSAE team on competition results, improvement year-to-year, and performance relative to...
  5. Thread: AP CP7855

    by sbrenaman
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    I think Tilton sells something (77 series) that...

    I think Tilton sells something (77 series) that might be a direct swap. Taylor Race, Pegasus, and Tilton sell them.

    EDIT: The shaft threads, overall length, and the spherical bearing are...
  6. Very cool, thanks.

    Very cool, thanks.
  7. I would absolutely love to see the paper/study...

    I would absolutely love to see the paper/study associated with this statement. Do you have a link/paper number?

    Thanks
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    +3
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    What sizes are the LH and RH bearings?

    What sizes are the LH and RH bearings?
  10. Hey guys - Bumping to the top to see if anyone...

    Hey guys - Bumping to the top to see if anyone has one of these they'd be willing to part with.

    Thanks
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    I would recommend doing as much as possible to...

    I would recommend doing as much as possible to not over-constrain the wheel hubs. In our fixture, only one corner is fully restrained, but not quite "ridgid." The Neil Roberts fixture in his Think...
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by flavorPacket:
    Other way 'round... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>...
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    The front has a Kingpin Axis in all 3 dimensions....

    The front has a Kingpin Axis in all 3 dimensions. Extend that axis to where it intersects the ground. The offset from that intersection to the center of the contact patch in the Y-Dir is the Scrub...
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    Reminds me of those micro machine cars......

    Reminds me of those micro machine cars...
    http://img827.imageshack.us/img827/7871/formulasaelmp.jpg
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    Hey guys - I do this every year; I have a fantasy...

    Hey guys - I do this every year; I have a fantasy F1 league on http://www.fantasyracers.com.

    I tried to find my old thread from last year but no luck. We had a couple students from Greece play...
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    Hey guys - I do this every year; I have a fantasy...

    Hey guys - I do this every year; I have a fantasy F1 league on http://www.fantasyracers.com.

    I tried to find my old thread from last year but no luck. We had a couple students from Greece play...
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    RJW - I am hoping for something more like this,...

    RJW - I am hoping for something more like this, but open cockpit http://fsae.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif
    ...
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    What is the idea for requiring the cars to be...

    What is the idea for requiring the cars to be open wheeled anyway?

    It would be very interesting to see if we could arrive at a rules set that saw exciting competition between a lighter...
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    The Dallara DW12 is still an 'open wheeled' car. ...

    The Dallara DW12 is still an 'open wheeled' car. It competes in 'open wheel' racing...

    Could maybe even argue (and prove) that they served to help mitigate tire-to-tire contact and absorb energy...
  20. Hey guys - Does anyone have a 02004141 kicking...

    Hey guys - Does anyone have a 02004141 kicking around in their shop that they don't need anymore? Need one for a project and TRE is out of stock.

    This guy:...
  21. Hey guys - Does anyone have a 02004141 kicking...

    Hey guys - Does anyone have a 02004141 kicking around in their shop that they don't need anymore? Need one for a project and TRE is out of stock.

    This guy:...
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Edward M. Kasprzak:
    Nose art, like on the late 90s AAR...
  23. Thread: track width

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    A lot of cars that have a limit on overall width...

    A lot of cars that have a limit on overall width (most racing classes have these) are forced into a smaller track width in the rear, as a means to packaging wider tires.
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    If a team has time to test the Goodyear/Hoosiers...

    If a team has time to test the Goodyear/Hoosiers back to back, they're likely going to utilize the performance increase of the GY tires.

    If a team does not have time, there are two...
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    ~2" on 2010, ~1" on 2011. Need a lot of...

    ~2" on 2010, ~1" on 2011.

    Need a lot of positive wheel offset and if you're still having issues, you can use Kingpin Angle to get it to 0" easily. However, I was able to get ~1" with only ~1deg...
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