The problem with CDs is that they might be easily shattered after you impound or while you are bringing the car to competition. I'm not saying that you shouldn't use them, but you might want something more sturdy such as plexiglas, or if that is too expensive, something else. CDs might work well also though. Just a thought. Also, CDs are somewhat wobbly.any ideas on how to make the thing turn around the bucket? the buggy we had didnt turn in the regionals and we got 3rd, hoping it will work in states.
do you recommend using CDs as wheels? It's a plausible idea, and it curves a bit. it's not too stable, though.
If you have the right tilt (something like 11 degrees I think), you should be able to keep it the same for all distances, with varying angles at the starting dot. However, it is still a good idea to make it adjustable, especially since it is difficult to get it that precise.I would like to try the bolded one, with an adjustable front, so that the axles's parallel differenciation can be changed. I'm just curious as to whether I would be able to create a moveable axis and still be able to keep the axis the same throughout the distance in states?
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