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mariachi
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Dear RacinCUBE fans,

time for a new project. To get more precission into my FlexRig I decided to redesign and rebuild the frame, so I build a new one out of aluminum.

Paint will be done after some hours of testing an some additional updates for flight simulators.

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Will keep you updated

Michael

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Next upgrade approaching. New stuff arrived...

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As the rear ball joint was getting more and more play, I decided to replace and upgrade the stabilizer to a full ball joint wish bone. Also a additional stiffening bar at the stearing mount to avoid z-play at high steering torque.

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Fully assembled and a first race in AMS2, Porsche 911 GT1 @ Spa. Entire rig feels much more responsive, no more bend/twist and squeak. Still struggling a bit with the rear actuator (#3), it's still a bit jerky. I thought was mainly from the worn joint. It's like the potentiometer dose not provide a steady signal. Any idea?

Here 2 pics showing the entire race car configuration and the adjustable stiffening bar.

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Michael

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