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The Odyssey Continues...

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January 2001 (cont)
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Better view of the cockpit area. The coil-over dampers currently attached are from a Triumph Dolomite. I'm not sure whether I will use these or the more expensive AVO's at this stage.

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Closer (side) view of the 4A-GE and T50.

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The front end. Those double top rails sure look heavy!

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The clamshell guards (Westfield) and some of the boxes of other bits and pieces.

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The nose from a different angle. Note that there are not too many bits that are parallel to each other. The designers of the F27 seemed to like angles. This not necessarily a bad thing, but it makes it difficult to judge it's torsional strength by comparing it to a Locost (it's just too different).

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Another view of the rear. The plates at the rear of the wheel area are for the rear links. The suspension is leading arm rather than the more typical trailing arm. This does get around the problem of the trailing arm clashing with the lower seat belt mounts.

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