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Post subject: NAERC or Chassisworks for Mercy/Reventon build  PostPosted: Mar 25, 2013 - 02:28 PM
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I have been doing a lot of reading on this forum and others and still have not read anything from anyone who is DRIVING NAERC or Chassisworks chassis based Mercy or Reventon builds. Can anyone tell me what the driving characteristics are of these chassis and which one is bvetter suited for one of these two builds?

I believe it would cost me more to stretch a Fiero and put a drive train and susensnoin on it that I would be happy with then building the custom chassis. Im more go then show so Im not too worried about exact replica look.
 
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Post subject: RE: NAERC or Chassisworks for Mercy/Reventon build  PostPosted: Mar 26, 2013 - 10:58 AM
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I have built and driven two naerc chassis'. I can say for a fact that they handle, corner and brake awesome.
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Post subject: RE: NAERC or Chassisworks for Mercy/Reventon build  PostPosted: Mar 27, 2013 - 10:33 PM
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I have built both and copied a OE murcie chassis. Everyone has opinions but here is mine. I think they both drive, stop, feel about the same. I don't think you will see any major difference there. I did modify the Chassisworks build to use a 93 Mustang (the one with the least turns lock to lock) front rack though. Here are the differences I saw: the chassis works is easier to build with less cutting, the downside is it does not have the foot room that the replica chassis. Upside the chassisworks uses Corvette C4 suspension arms and spindles so no front suspension fabricatrion but that is part of the reason it has less foot room, the lower arms are symmetrical so the rear mount is further into the footwell, the replica (and OE) uses an asymmetrical lower arm that allows the footwell to be a little deeper.
 
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Post subject: RE: NAERC or Chassisworks for Mercy/Reventon build  PostPosted: Apr 04, 2013 - 06:41 PM
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what spindles does the NAERC front control arms eccept? and is the frount tracking width differtent than the chassisworks set up?
 
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Post subject: RE: NAERC or Chassisworks for Mercy/Reventon build  PostPosted: Apr 04, 2013 - 07:13 PM
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NAERC used a fabbed control arm

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NAERC uses a Corvette C5 spindle up front, and a custom built hub carrier in the back.
 
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Looks great! I just talked to a friend that has been a front end mechanic at Ford for over 20 years. He strongly recomends rubber bushings. What bushing is that? Did you use a differnet size tube for the bushing? Thanks for the help.

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I strongly recommend use of urethame bushings instead rubber ones.
 
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