The recent MCC warning of rule enforcement concerning suspension pick-up points not being altered.....surely this has been in the rule book for....at least a century?
However....inside a certain (extremely useful) magazine there is a build of an Escort with fuel infection, etc.....also recently run in the same mag was an article detailing 5 linking an escorts rear end.
This I think involved the elimination of the leaf spring in favour of coily-overs?
This may have been on the same car, or may be an idea for the trialler...especially as one of the virtues of the setup was improved axle articulation.
Would this sort of setup not contravene the "suspension pick-up points" rule?
Also..one for Simon Woodhall....is it within the rules, on an independant rear suspension, to NOT use the original/same manufacturer's hub/brakes, or even suspension arm, as long as the original pick-up points were used?