Tuesday, February 14, 2012

MPS. Front axles II: Double wishbone I

Without drive (code F.B)

Type 1

- F.B.1.1 - Pushrod


Standard: Yes
Max. shock adsorvers allowed: 1
Space for an auxiliary transmission under the axle: Yes
Easy conversion to right steering wheel: Yes
Advanced steering ans suspension geometry:
- Ackerman steering: No
- Camber angle: Yes
- Caster angle: Yes
- Kingpin inclination: Yes, very light, variable


- F.B.1.2 - Large space (9 studs wide)


Standard: Yes
Max. shock adsorvers allowed: 1
Space for an auxiliary transmission under the axle: Yes
Easy conversion to right steering wheel: Yes
Advanced steering ans suspension geometry:
- Ackerman steering: No
- Camber angle: Yes
- Caster angle: Yes
- Kingpin inclination: Yes, very light, variable


With drive (code F.BD)

 - F.BD.1.1 - Pushrod


Standard: Yes
Max. shock adsorvers allowed: 1
Space for an auxiliary transmission under the axle: Yes
Easy conversion to right steering wheel: Yes
Advanced steering ans suspension geometry:
- Ackerman steering: No
- Camber angle: Yes
- Caster angle: Yes
- Kingpin inclination: Yes, very light, variable


- F.BD.1.2A - Large space A (9 studs wide)


Standard: Yes
Max. shock adsorvers allowed: 1
Space for an auxiliary transmission under the axle: Yes
Easy conversion to right steering wheel: Yes
Advanced steering ans suspension geometry:
- Ackerman steering: No
- Camber angle: Yes
- Caster angle: Yes
- Kingpin inclination: Yes, very light, variable


- F.BD.1.2B - Large space B (9 studs wide)


Standard: Yes
Max. shock adsorvers allowed: 1
Space for an auxiliary transmission under the axle: Yes
Easy conversion to right steering wheel: Yes
Advanced steering ans suspension geometry:
- Ackerman steering: No
- Camber angle: Yes
- Caster angle: Yes
- Kingpin inclination: Yes, very light, variable



You can read more about the Modular Platform System here: MPS

Also you can download all axles and chassis in only one link: Download ( )

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rather ingenious .... I love your MPS ...

dario snjakbo said...

Hi,i was wondering If it is possible to do a ackerman steering on any of pushrod or I m talking nonsense,thx ;) great great work fabulouS :)

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