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It's really best to read all the F. You've just updated your What's going to happen with the FIA? That is, the FIA incorporated an improved mostly under-the-skin layout from its beginning.

We just brought the up to FIA specs. Of course there are differences because the basic layouts of both cars must follow their original precedents. We have no plans to make major changes to the FIA, although detail improvements are always ongoing. When I receive the standard kit, what will it look like?

Click for many more details! Can I buy the kit in stages? The frame first, and then the body? We custom fit each body to the chassis to insure that everything will line up correctly. Frankly, we are much better at this than you could be, and we want to keep the final quality high. On the other hand, we are very flexible as to the composition of every kit. We will make every effort to give you exactly what you want, without compromise! We've posted some sample kits here so that you can get an idea of what combinations are fairly typical.

From the beginning, we designed the E. We have strengthened the chassis, improved the body mounting and material, and refined the suspension to make a better street car.

With some kits, that may be the case. But - because an E. Use quality mechanical components, and the resale value of your finished kit will make you very happy.

I suppose you could do a poor paint job. While the potential to save money is there, there's also a whole bunch of dirty work involved in the process of disassembly, cleaning, and replacing used parts. It all adds up to extra time, work and unforeseen expenses.. And if you want to end up with something new, you'll have to rebuild or replace many of the components.

Just ask the people at FFCobra Forum. There were no off-the-shelf suspensions that met our design criteria for both the front and rear suspension. Instead, we selected components that could be integrated the way we wanted them to. We were able to match the roll centers with the line of the front and rear center of gravity. Lousy geometry, small brakes, solid rear axle cheap though!

Pin drive wheels cannot be easily accommodated with the late model's integral wheel bearings. Can you say "expensive"? In the front , using the Corvette control arms requires an extremely short steering gear. We could use an aftermarket unit like Appleton or Sweet, but these are not meant to go tens-of-thousands of miles, and their straight cut gears allow too much feedback for the street. In addition, the standard Corvette brakes won't fit into 15" wheels, which proscribes the use of reproduction pin-drives.

In the back , the Corvette track is much too wide. The half-shafts and lower control arms have to be changed. That's no big deal, but There is also a strength issue with the differential. Only the LT-1 differential would be as strong as the Jag.

It uses the Dana 44 gear set too. There is also a problem fitting the later 12" brakes into 15" pin-drive wheels. On our GT, we use only Since you can't easily modify the hubs to move the caliper in, you're stuck with the earlier, smaller brake calipers that were used only a couple of years. Thought you could get away using the stock shock and spring? The leaf spring is too long. We could either make a new spring - an interesting proposition - or go to coil-overs.

This requires making a new shock bracket on the hub carrier. Why is the rear suspension in a subframe? Using a subframe is unique to E. The subframe isolates the differential noise and vibration from the chassis.

It also lets us use trailing arms to locate the lower control arms as originally designed. Without trailing arms, the lower control arms are put into bending modes that they were never designed for, allowing excessive toe change with power and braking forces. Our subframe also makes it easier to service the assembly.

The rear suspension can be built as a unit outside the car for convenience, and installed into the chassis in less than an hour.

The Jaguar piece is a Salisbury made unit that uses Dana 44 gears. It was used with a slightly different casting in the original Shelby Cobra. The few problems some people have encountered resulted from drag strip events while using high-traction slicks - and roughly bhp. You can only exert so much traction in a car that weighs lbs.

What about the rest of the pieces? I've heard that the Jag axles break. See here for how we modify the Jaguar pieces. The chassis is not designed for a solid axle.

Because of the engine placement, the drive-shaft would end up too short for adequate wheel travel. Some other kits limit the travel to 2" total! If you drive on less-than-perfect roads you will appreciate the "luxury" of an IRS. A good independent suspension like ours, of course will give you excellent handling with a reasonable ride.

The original Cobra had independent rear suspension - for a good reason!. The unit is not interchangeable with the Salisbury in our subframe and would require aftermarket calipers and a very Rube Goldberg emergency brake. Also, the pinion offset is about 1. Since it wasn't designed for an IRS, the conversions are quite expensive too. Since strength is not a factor see above , it's just money down the drain.

Why do you have an optional rear suspension? Many of our customers spend most of their time on the track. While the Jag brakes are perfectly adequate for hard street use, they don't cool well under track conditions.

We took the time to re-design the whole assembly to move the brakes outboard and make them bigger. We also changed the geometry a bit for more stable high speed cornering at the expense of tire wear. We are working on a different design using all Jaguar XJS components. We don't have a standard package because of all the possibilities, but we can put together exactly what you are looking for. We use a high-temperature low-shrink resin and the best quality fiberglass mat.

We don't use cloth because it will eventually print throug the gel coat and ruin the exterior paint's finish. After the main shell is laid, it is rough trimmed. Then it goes to the assembly shop where it is put in a jig where the inner panels are bonded and holes for the lights are cut.

In addition, the wheelhouse panels are all CNC-cut alumninum, protected on the visible side with plastic sheet so that they stay scratch-free during construction. You can see what happens to non-mariine grade aluminum under adverse conditions here.

Why do you bond the body to the chassis? The results are a stiffer overall structure, with no rattles, creaks or shakes.

Our fiberglass bodies do not get stress cracks, even after many hard miles on the road. It is a bit more work, but well worth it! Some claim that their body is "unstressed" because it is rubber mounted to the chassis.

The outside shell must still be supported with inner panels or some other structure. Furthermore, with few supports, the body will move relative to the chassis when the car goes over bumps. That's what is typically known as "cowl shake". Doesn't bonding the body to the chassis make it more difficult to work on?

In fact, every turnkey we do at the factory is painted before any of the mechanical bits are installed. Why do you use separate aluminum floor and bulkhead panels in the cockpit? We have tried to duplicate the construction of a "real" car as much as possible, and avoid the dune buggy syndrome of a single interior shell. This is a bit more work to put together, but saves weight and allows much more design flexibility. Our aluminum tunnel is removable for service, and we have an access panel behind the seats for rear brake service.

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