Gridlock wrote:Are there any nom-obvious gains from the CF casing, i.e. reduced weight ancillaries or mounts for suspension etc, flex?
marcush. wrote:an improvement is an improvement ,Monaco or not .
The push at the rear they made is considerable with everything new from the engine rear face to the back...new uprights ,brake drums ,carbon fibre gearbox ...in fact the biggest upgrade ever coming from Mercedes GP -with new sidepods and a new front nose ...very impressive.
raymondu999 wrote:Up and down yes - for vertical. but for longitudinal and lateral center of gravity, for every weight you move forwards, another mass has to move rearwards to keep the weight distribution within the rules, up to that 7kg leeway. Doesn't the 342 rear 291 front regulation effectively cancel out shifting the center of gravity longitudinally anyways?
Gridlock wrote:Scarbs is always asking those who own a CF gearbox casing to weigh it, I think they came in about 12.5kg? Anyone want to weigh a Ti one?
Are there any nom-obvious gains from the CF casing, i.e. reduced weight ancillaries or mounts for suspension etc, flex?
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