Drag zed in WA

Discussion in 'Non Technical' started by FranZ, Jan 28, 2003.

  1. FranZ

    FranZ franzonline.net

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    Taken at Motorvation last weekend.Click HERE for the pics!Apologies to all for not posting these sooner.
     
  2. Shifter

    Shifter Active Member

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    how much does that weigh?? :)

    the wing looks cool from the back. Not sure about the view from the side
     
  3. FranZ

    FranZ franzonline.net

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    I have no idea...

    ...the dude who owns it wasn't around when I jumped the fence to take photos. Dub had his XW in the tent and might have had a chat to him; Brad?
     
  4. chewy

    chewy Active Member

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    and where's the Zed ? :)

    not much left except the rear end that looks like a Zed. Not even a Zed engine but some
     
  5. RedZedMikey

    RedZedMikey RZM should now be DZM

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    Me like =) =) =) >>

    and I wanna know more.
     
    It has always been at the back of my mind to consider a one-off aluminium fabricated rear spoiler just like that one and now that I see it I want it! Would love to know if it was fabricated in WA. Don't know if I would have it extended as far back though, and not sure about the supporting struts, but they may be required. Taking the concept further, I could add a couple of alternative screw-in gurney flaps in carbon fibre - 1 fairly flat in profile for street use and 1 with say a ¾" raised end for track days. Only trouble will be booking the wind tunnel :| NOT!
     
    Only a concept in my head at the moment though, other priorities first.
       
     

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