sburke at burkesys.com
Sun Jan 6 11:18:16 GMT 2013
Please see the following blog post I wrote on the steering setup for a
I don't use any toe-in and toe-out on the karts I made, however you can
see details on this and other details on steering at:
Best of luck,
On 21/12/2012 06:55, Anbu wrote:
> Sir please help us with suitable castor, camber and toein and toe-out
> to be set for an gokart vehicle..
> What should be an suitable ackermann anglefor the vehicle ???
> On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 5:06 AM, Stephen Burke wrote:
> Hi Anbu,
> It requires a lot of expertise and time to analyse a chassis.
> You can do physical prototypes and crashes to test the chassis, or you
> can use computer software to analyse a chassis.
> It all depends on your expertise and knowledge. For some people
> making a
> prototype chassis and crashing something into it to test, is the most
> straight forward.
> If you are good at 3D CAD, you can use Stress Analysis software to
> analyse the chassis.
> I suggest you search on youtube for some examples and ideas. See:
> Best of luck,
> On 03/12/2012 12:46, Anbu wrote:
> > if we need to analyse the chassis, what are the analysis we have
> to do
> > ???
> > like front impact
> > rear impact
> > side impact and so on
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Anbu
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