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Old 04-14-2012, 03:20 PM   #4 (permalink)
Electric MG Midget
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I have a Series wound DC motor (Warp 9 Impulse) and I kept the transmision. If you look at the site you can see much more details about the car.
I have most of the front grill blocked off already. I read on this site that just blocking off the airflow, even if it behind the main features of the grill works. I'm planning on trying to do a belly pan at the rear of the car. Midgets have an almost perfectly flat bottom through the middle of the car. The rear axel area is where I'm hoping I can get a measureable improvement. I can measure it with my controller telling me my power usage while I drive. When I get any data I think is valid, I'll be sure to post it here.
Frank '77 Electric MG Midget
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