they flex the same, the only thing that made the nemesis a high cross kart was width between the front kingpinsCan someone explain what makes the older chassis like a nemesis flex more than the newer karts?what part of the design has changed?
Ideal would be to have the kart as raced, on scales, and pull on the center of gravity to replicate actual flex at various points around the track.I was thinking ? how would you replicate that at home . scales under each wheel and pull down with a measured force .
or lift each corner with a measured force . Probably need scales top and bottom of each wheel .
unfortunatly cut , weld and test is my only option !
2001 coyote 22" at the front plates 12" waist 23 rear chassis width.they flex the same, the only thing that made the nemesis a high cross kart was width between the front kingpins
Several new karts are soft at the waist
A tighter rear track causes the rear to turn more not less?In my understanding of stagger, the only reason a narrower rear track needs less stagger is because the tires are rolling along paths closer to the same length. The farther apart the wheels are, the bigger the difference in the path they are following.
I have software to calculate stagger, outside width is one component of the calculation.
Does anybody know; do all manufacturers make their rear frame width the same?