Another Quad - But F1 styling. :-)

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I thought this was well made with a nice peripheral frame.
Turning Circle looks very good.
 
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The drawing implies they were going for Z cranks and a drive down the right hand side ? wonder why it was not pursued ?

Paul
 
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I can only assume they decided a bridge in the middle where a single BB could be slid fore & aft was more desirable from an adjustment perspective?

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Odd it was a F1 , till you realise it is a pedal car for racing.

In that case it is a standard frame very similar to the design they use in the UK , except the UK one tapers front and back of the mounting hole in front of the seat.

Paul
 
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Hi Danny! Maurizio thanks you for your attention. The quad you saw has been dismantled: this one I am attaching was born from its ashes.
 
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Nice build



What size tubing have you used for the red frame ?

Any more pictures of under the seat and the rear ? like drive stuff ?

Paul
 
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Hi Danny! Maurizio thanks you for your attention. The quad you saw has been dismantled: this one I am attaching was born from its ashes.
Looks great ècridi did it win any races for either of you yet?
 
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Now I ask the builder (Maurizio). I'm just a Warrior owner, which by the way I bought for a short time; I only dealt with modernizing it in terms of accessories. But I had seen this discussion and since Maurizio is a friend and we are part of a common group of enthusiasts, it seemed nice to give you an answer. ;-)
 
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