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After assembling the car, I decided to modify the rear suspension on the principle of Watt.
The reason I decided to change the principle of the rear suspension, due to lateral traction (parasitic walking of the rear beam left, right)
Plus added a stabilizer.
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wow that is very nice work !!

the rest of the car looks amazing as well !

what was the effect on the ride & handling ?
 

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wow that is very nice work !!

the rest of the car looks amazing as well !

what was the effect on the ride & handling ?
Handling improved markedly, parasitic rolls at cornering at high speed disappeared, the rear of the car became more predictable.
I am pleased by the changes.
 

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I will continue in this thread about the restoration of the steering rack, beam reinforcement and painting.

I chose the right time to replace, I disassembled the entire front chassis of the car to get to the steering rack.
After that, it was decided to sand the beam and paint with powder paint.
Which is exactly what I did.
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