Tim.Wright wrote: Another possibility might be to try and source spares through Mercedes GP in Brackley.
I'd snap those wishbones up! They are definately the weak point in the suspension. 40GBP is pretty good too. Hang them on your wall until you need them.F1snake wrote: Thanks Tim, excellent idea. Some of the bits we are able to get a hold of as we were lucky enough to find the chap who bought the entire HondaF1/Brawn lot of spares. He mainly sell bits and pieces to Japan mostly, where poeple go nuts for little bits they can hang on the wall. Unfortunately this means that its more profitable to take a wing apart and sell the individual parts, rather than the whole piece. Some of it is really amazingly cheep, like wishbones at £40 a piece! Thats made in carbon/titanium, and I would have thought incredibly expensive to produce.
Im happy to be wrong on this one. I thought it was Honda that pioneered this, but im wrong on this one.marcush. wrote:I ´d like to differ here.ESPImperium wrote:That is intresting.
That now has mede me alter my data sheets for Rubens. I have put the 02 chassis as the T-Car chassis as i can only think that 02 was then put to the T-Car from then on.
One other interesting fact on the RA107, it was the first Honda to have a carbon gerabox casing as they had a Aluminium/Titanium casing for the successful RA106.
Can i ask one question, how did you find out this was for auction???
BAR 006 of 2004 had the Carbon gearbox already ...and even received an innovation award for it:
http://www.gpupdate.net/en/f1-news/6799 ... r-gearbox/
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