This car is no longer an SLC.....It is a Scott Rowland Supercar!......patent the design and sell it to people who want to make their SLC lok awesome!
Scott, how's work on this beast? I know you're busy with work etc,; but you mentioned selling bodies and having molds made, just curious if that's still in the plan. The body is the sexiest thing in existence by far.
Thanks Mesa. Ya, one day I could no longer post. It sure isn't going to take Elon Musk to find out who the censorship warden was. Hahaha. I chatted with one of the mods on the FB group and told them the situation and they had no problem reinstating my account outside of the RCR section.Looking good Scott, nice to see you out of forum limbo and posting again!
Few more pics. Sorry for the sideways ones, not sure why they are getting flipped.
Some pics of the air box and how the rear clam closes to seal it. I will just run some sand socks over the horns for driving around town. Since the air intakes are a touch lower than the roof line, most all solid debris will shoot right over the intake anyways. The openings on each side of the intake will even out any other low/high pressure that may be happening in that area. View attachment 126984
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A few more of the rear sway bar
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Added a Gurney flap to the wing. Since my wing was pretty old, it had sagged nearly 3/4" over time. I made multiple cuts in the bottom to straighten it and added a rod end adjuster to support the middle of the wing that goes down to the rear clam alum structure I made, similar to the front. The alum structure carries the wing load from sides of body and it lands on stops on the rear subframe I added. So yes, the entire wing load is fully transferred to the frame and no load on body itself. Door strikes have a thick ss brace to the frame and I added about 6 layers of cf to the front hinge area. I can slam these doors repeatedly and get no body contact or knocked out of alignment. Can also walk from one side of the wing to the other. Trying to get as close as possible to an oem type operation and reliability as possible without sacrificing much weight to do it.