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Re: 1966 Corvair Swapped w/ Cobalt SS motor
Posted by: AZ Troy ()
Date: June 20, 2022 06:26PM

You stated that you will process your scans in GeoMagic X.

Do you know of a less expensive option to the GeoMagic X software?



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Troy G. / Scottsdale Arizona

'65 140 Corsa Coupe, White with light blue guts
'66 140 Corsa Coupe - Crown Converted in the '60's, Black with 3 Yellow stripes




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Re: 1966 Corvair Swapped w/ Cobalt SS motor
Posted by: thumper477 ()
Date: June 21, 2022 11:18AM

detroitdude Wrote:
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> Welcome, I'm jealous of your
> age, nice to see a young guy
> interested in our favorite cars.
> Very cool project. Can't wait
> to see and read your progress.


Yup,you said it all for this 70 yo guy!

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Re: 1966 Corvair Swapped w/ Cobalt SS motor
Posted by: nirvairna ()
Date: June 23, 2022 04:43PM

SeanKile Wrote:
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> A few questions I have:
>
> Any AutoX guys out there that have a good knowledge of the classes. What class would I be running in? I am modifying the firewall, swapping the engine & transmission, technically changing the power train layout (rear engine to rear-mid engine), and doing a tubular subframe with entirely different suspension and brakes. I am unsure of how to interpret the rules.

with those mods you will probably be in E/M which is E Modified

>
> Also, what Caster, Camber, & and Toe are the AutoCross guys running? Not sure if anyone has "bible" numbers for what works. I am reading a few books like Tune to Win & Race Car Vehicle Dynamics to get some insight into this but experience trumps all so. I was thinking
> Front: 7-8 degrees caster, 2-3 degrees camber, 0 degrees toe
> Rear: 0 degrees caster, .5 degrees camber, 0 degrees toe
> Let me know if I am off my rocker with these numbers, please!

go to the corvair autocross page for some guidance

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