car is built completely and now some pictures and things I noticed during the building process.
All CFK parts ready to go:
Like in all of my cars I sand the sides of the chassis and the front in a quite low angle. In the front it is to avoid that the chassis chips when hitting a curb or something. On the sides it is to minimize the chances of bottoming out during cornering.
After you understood how to build them it is quite easy and they work perfectly. Kit setup seems a bit soft and I went during practice up to a 35wt pil in the side damper. 35wt may be too much and I'll try something softer next time.
In the car:
Center Pivot Suspension:
The rear suspension is super free as already mentioned and works perfectly. Just a tip for spare parts. Get some links...
The new suspension is a dream regarding design, adjustability and fit. The steering knuckles require zero work to be smooth and free. The alloy parts are also a perfect fit. Only in the lower wishbone where the pivot ball sits I had to work the ball in a bit so it moves freely. Rest is perfect from the beginning...
Car is finished now and I was able to practice a bit at the local track. The car is super dialed right from the start and with minor tweaks it will be a weapon. With the L4 the track record I set right before the German Nationals and the Euros was 8.8xx. With the new car with 5 packs on it I managed to drive a 8.531. Quite impressive improvement... Even more impressive as the new car is easier to drive (especially through chicanes) and way more agile.
I'll see whether I can post some new pictures within the next days...