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Old 09-03-2009, 08:07 AM   #46
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I would rather be light than heavy though. Once the car is together it is much easier to add weight than take it away. By going light, if we get into a situation where the car is too light, we can simply add weight to the car and essentially perfect our cg.

Back to the motors. Are we going to be better off driving the rear end with belts or a direct gear driven setup?
Shaft or pan car.

Pan car got better potential since you get more space for batteries. It also has less resistance in the "drive train".

Shaft is easier to drive.

you people should consider having a driver and so on in it so it becomes more close to the full size car. that's a bonus right away from the teacher.

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Old 09-07-2009, 03:20 AM   #47
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Too light is good for flight.

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