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I don't wish to be a spoilsport and stop all this fun but I'm pretty sure the MSA have a minimum wheelbase rule and something about engine/transmission/drivers seat being in front of the centreline of the wheelbase and you'll get some pretty interesting propshaft axles, go-on Roger we'll put a special SR in if you do it .
The rule about the axle centreline doesn't apply to cross country, they put an exception in so forward controls could compete I believe.
I think you're main problem will be having to use a lawnmower engine as it's the only thing that will fit. Whilst it will be quite economical you'll have to set off on Thursday to get to a trial on Sunday
but not ...
(cue uplighting and dramatic music)
If I put the engine where the passenger seat should be and turn the transmission through 90deg and then chain drive the axles!
Ha Haaa! Never thought of that one did you?
Bo - up for the challenge?
Eye - there's nothing new under the Sun..
Supporting framework would have been finished but for a 'measure once, cut twice' error, so I now need some more steel to finish off
I have still got two holes to be blocked at the sides of the glass (currently covered with cushionfloor and duct-tape), all other holes are blocked adequately for the trip. I would like to emphasize that the current state is temporary so that I can come to the lakes - most of what you see will be replaced with steel or perspex when I get the time...
I went for a drive last night - it's so quiet!
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