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Author Topic: Making beam axle part of independent rear suspension  (Read 11197 times)

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Offline GeneF

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Re: Making beam axle part of independent rear suspension
« Reply #15 on: July 14, 2008, 11:24:35 AM »
 750 club racing is still alive and well in the U.K. and today, as in 62, the rules require front engine and conventional (non irs) rear axles in some classes. I would guess this was his attempt to legally circumvent the rear axle rule and gain the benefits of a irs. FWIW- a couple of pics of current 750 club tech. :

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Re: Making beam axle part of independent rear suspension
« Reply #16 on: July 14, 2008, 11:45:11 AM »
750 club racing is still alive and well in the U.K. and today, as in 62, the rules require front engine and conventional (non irs) rear axles in some classes. I would guess this was his attempt to legally circumvent the rear axle rule and gain the benefits of a irs. FWIW- a couple of pics of current 750 club tech. :

That was precisely Terry's intention.