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Suspension Tuning

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Suspension Tuning

The Geometry Basics Section 1 – Basic Wheel alignment terms There are three main wheel alignment angles, which determine how each wheel is positioned relative to the car, the ground and each other. These are camber, caster and toe. Camber and Toe angles refer directly to the wheel, while Caster on the other hand is a measurement of the suspension geometry. Camber is the inclination of the wheel from the vertical relative to the ground when viewing from the front (or rear) of the car. a) Positive (+ve) camber is when the top of the wheel is laying outwards.b) Negative (-ve)...

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Lancia Delta Manifolds

Lancia Delta Manifolds

Have you ever questioned yourself about using a manifold and not sure which route to go. This post will try to bring some light into the variety of manifolds available.

 

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Auction Results till April 2019

Auction Results till April 2019

The Lancia Delta Auction Result and Forecast Barometer

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Wheel of choice

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Wheel of choice

Cast Aluminium The simplest type of casting is called Gravity casting and is done by pouring molten aluminum into a mold and letting it spread, harden and set. Low pressure casting is a slightly better process, whereby the aluminum is forced into the mold and set with vacuum pressure, where helps to eliminate those air pockets and increase structural integrity. While cast wheels can be quite strong, they are also heavy, making them not optimal for performance. Flow-Forming “Flow-forming” (also known as “roll-forging” and “spun-rim manufacturing”) starts out similarly to low pressure casting. But instead of letting the allow fully set, it is finished...

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The piston of choice

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The piston of choice

What is the piston to use and go for in your next build, let's discuss a bit the theory and what our findings over the years are.

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