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DT designs a car: What chassis should our car have?

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  • NO CHASSISSSSS AT ALLLLLL.

    Cant be that important

      2 months ago
  • Spaceframe seems like the more robust design for the challenges associated with prolonged track use.

    By the way, what's the difference between a carbon fiber tub and a monocoque? I thought they were interchangeable terms.

      2 months ago
    • Typically a monocoque is a complete chassis being of one integral load bearing unit, most conventional passenger vehicles are of steel or aluminium monocoque design.

      A tub usually just contains the driver cabin and fuel tank/cell with...

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        2 months ago
    • Yeah. What said is correct. A monocoque is what most cars use, a tub is what you see in the picture.

        2 months ago
  • Welded space frame with removal front and rear subframes. Ease of modifications, replacement and repairs, added advantage of being more cost effective. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

      2 months ago
  • Welded space frame I reckon (I’m not a big fan of composites)

      2 months ago
    • The composites make it lighter... I think that's kinda the point of a featherweight... But I like the idea of a space frame too! The BAC MONO has one so it cant weigh too much!

        2 months ago
    • 🤣🤣 I understand composites are better but for some reason I just don’t like them

        2 months ago
  • Has to be space frame. Oh wait. Yep my car is built on one. Hehehe

      2 months ago
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