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Old 01-19-2016, 07:27 AM   #1090
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Originally Posted by BentKa View Post
The car is actually designed to have the battery brace clamp down on the battery.

We go the opposite way of your suggestion and add foam strips under the carbon battery brace to ensure it clamps securely on the battery and then add an adjustable turnbuckle connected to the battery brace and the "waterfall" to further stiffen the chassis lengthwise and create more equal flex.

When doing so we also remove the flex screws from the waterfall under the chassis.

This works really good for us

That's very interesting, not the most controlled method of stiffening a chassis, but who am I to argue..

Good solution with the turnbuckle, I've noticed quite a lot of flex lengthwise so think I will try that. Thanks for sharing Bent!
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