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How a DTM CLK looks from the bottom

Started by Grant V, 06 November 2007, 08:48 AM

Grant V

The driveshafts have spaced steel shims bolted together, which flex under acceleration and then return to their originla position. this prvents the driveshafts from breaking due to the massive torque of this car.

The front suspension has cast aluminium uprights and behind this is a carbon fibre air scoop with a flex hose attached to it and the brake disc backing cover for brake cooling.

Massive brake discs
"You've bought another bloody car?!? We should have you committed!" he shrieked, storming out of the room