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blackbini

Alfa GTV CARBONara

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1 hour ago, ALXege said:

Pagani, beware! :happy0045:

hehe yes it would be possible get to the level of the One:1  but of course it would be called UNO:1  :)

The Turbo is capable of 1000hp and its not far from that weight :) but first I have to win in the lottery ^^'

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Before One:1, i know Huayra has it’s fair share of CF, which yours is not far from

 

 

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Here some news. the CF floor is now finished. :)  even when the ultra glue of death was wet it was possible to fully stand on the floor. it actually moved less than the steel one.

Now its fully cured.  I didn't think that the original floor would be just 1.5-2mm. I could have made the cf one slightly thinner. But anyway its not just weightreduction its also a gain of stiffnes :)

 

The actual numbers are

6.5kg stock floor

4.6kg cf floor ( I thought it should be just 1.3kg each, but it seams I made more layers in the 45° angle than I planned to do.

0.3kg Super duper Epoxy glue

 

1.5kg saved ^^' but here we need to add also the seat mountings, wich will go CF of course. this save additional 1kg I think.

 

Ready for the next weight reduction mod :)

( on some blueprints I saw there is a thick metal under the shifter. This has also found its way to my list :) also the steel handbrake :) )

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Does this mean that your car can now legitimately suffer "danger to the manifold", which somehow makes the floorpan fall off - Fast & Furious style? :D  :D

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38 minutes ago, VooMan said:

Does this mean that your car can now legitimately suffer "danger to the manifold", which somehow makes the floorpan fall off - Fast & Furious style? :D  :D

hehe what a coincidence, I did the installation with a friend and in the brake between cutting and glueing we whatched that movie and laught about the same scene^^  I am pretty shure this will happen ^^' with much carbon fiber sparks flying around :)

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The beast runs and drives :) all is comming together

Carbon dash, carbon seat struts :D

I soldered the gas pedal connector for more stability

At the moment I am building a diffusor.

 

The Quaife Diff arrived, this will be mounted with a solid flywheel and a upgrade clutch.

 

Just a few small things and its ready to hit the road

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On 28-11-2018 at 16:12, cgc said:

I'd love to see a GTV with the 164 Q4 drive train on.

 

Better use a 156 Q4 type drive train: That is a real permanent 4x4 system sending most of torque to the rear wheels via a TorSen central differential.

 

Ancient 164 Q4 system works like the 4motion system from VW with Haldex couling, only sending torque to the rear wheels when traction at the front is already lost, in other words: when it is already too late. 

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