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Design & development of the latest Mk36 BDD Mallock
Richard fabricating our best ever space-frame chassis which is due to the finite-element design. It allows unrivalled freedom of choice regarding its super high rigidity / weight / design program. The chassis rigidity has been optimised to work in harmony with the suspension resulting in handling which is easy to monitor and control.
The Mk36BDD is continuing the proven, traditional Mallock design front geometry with a controlled roll-centre, camber change, bump-steer, etc. Ease of fine tuning is acieved by the design and lay out of the push-rod, rocker system.
Running with a sequential gearbox with a selection of drop gear ratios eliminates the need to change the diff. This makes the de Dion rear axle option a more attractive choice which offers reduced unsprung weight and eliminates torque biasing.
The unique Beagle design of a space-frame de Dion rear axle gives all the advantages of an independant system plus the significant advantages of a solid axle. The space-frame allows infinite camber & toe in adjustments.This system incorporates an 'Elite' differential with reduced transmission power-loss and fabricated rear uprights. it also utilises Arthur's adaptation of the Mumford axle location system.
Results:In Clubmans racing (2010):Pole and fastest laps at Snetterton & Mallory ParkPole at ThruxtonMk36BDD is now converted for Open Sports Cars Racing with a Zetec engine. For latest outing at Castle Combe 6th May '13; check out;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzMjxMeAj1cDriver: Jonathan Hair, Lap time: 1m 3.4sec.