Re: [DML] Re: Playing nice in a public forum.
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Re: [DML] Re: Playing nice in a public forum.

Yes, you have mentioned more times than I can count about our discussions at the FFT11 event.  I don't think any of the DML readers have missed it.

For the record, I did not do any of the work installing the brackets on this car you speak of.  I was not even in the shop when the work was done.  However, I was there when the car returned for "front end noise" when we discovered damage to the UCA bushings.   My lack of expertise in the physics and geometry at work in the suspension design prohibit me from making any statements on the cause of the damage..  However, I think it is inappropriate to discuss detail on someone else's car in a public forum without their consent, so that is all I have to say on the matter. 

No, I did not test drive this car.  I have never disagreed with you on the performance advantages of limiting the movement of the LCA.  As I have said MANY times, I have considered doing a setup like this to my own car.  But, that does not change the concerns I have THAT WERE PRESENTED BY MIKE LOASBY on risks of damage to the ARB mounts. 

Why have *I* become the villain for simply mentioning that DeLorean Engineer Mike Loasby had concerns about this design?

--- On Wed, 5/9/12, content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Speaking of LCA's:
> At DMA FFT'11, you expressed adamant reservations about Ed's
> brackets. You also declined an invitation to test drive my
> car with them installed.
> I just learned that last month you helped a Maryland owner
> install a set of Ed's brackets on his car. Having now seen
> them first hand, do your reservations still stand? Did you
> test drive his car with them installed?
> Bill Robertson
> #5939


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