Recessed! :nice:Just not sure if I want it recessed, or flush out with the sides.
'Cannot recall ever seeing car with diffuser sections behind the rear wheels. I assume you'd do that for aesthetics rather than aero?...and probably going to widen the diffuser abit with add on sections behind the tires.
Aluminum cuts very easily with carbide tipped blades. So, here is the tools used-That's nice work for using hand tools. Care to elaborate a bit on the process you used?
That, Randy, is part of my flaw. As much stress and brain power these builds can eat up, I keep doing it to myself car after car, with yet another car stacked up behind the SLC to build already, even more labor and design intensive. Instead of day dreaming about how it will drive when finished, I find myself day dreaming about the next part to build. So ya, the journey is the fun for me. Once it is done, I am off to the next flashy thing typically......and you may find that in the end, you enjoyed the journey as much or more than the destination....
There's only one person to be pleased here and his name is Scott..
Well, the back end that is pictured above, is no longer. Lol. Came up with a plan that should fit the car better, and get me back into a single wing, not the double. It just looked too cluttered once the upper wing got on.Scott,
Have you thought about making the rear louvers out of Lexan? (Polycarbonate etc...)
Have you also thought about a high mount 3rd break light? Sounds silly I know but thought I would ask.