Moulton at MGF, MGF
Trophy and the MY1990 onwards, + Metro/100
See aswell Rob's Site
|Car Tyre and axle||Diameter metal cover||D1||D2||D3||H1||H2||H3||H4||axle load|
|75,5 mm||26 mm||34 mm||60 mm||4 mm||37 mm||43 mm||66 mm||app 480 kg|
|69 mm||26 mm||33 mm||59 mm||4 mm||24 mm||32 mm||67 mm||app 720 kg|
|Dia metal cover 76,2
= 3 Zoll
tx Ton :)
|26 mm||33 mm||59,8 mm||4 mm||51,4mm||app 480 kg|
MGF Trophy rear
tx Mariusz :)
|26 mm||33 mm||58 mm||4 mm||22mm||29mm||60 mm||app 720 kg|
Metro front (1990 on)
|67 mm||25 mm||33 mm||52 mm||6 mm||20 mm||28 mm||68 mm||420 ? kg|
|NAM9533 for 155 tyres|
(LHD & 185 tyres)
tx Ariel /NAS Sport :)
|21.9mm||33 mm||59 mm||4 mm||21.8 mm||28 mm||49.5mm||389 ? kg|
NAM4763 ? (suspect Metro)
The cone easy pops out with some air pressure to the lower sphere.
(Battery compressor 11.5 Bar used and the interconnection joint, MGR tool 18G1743
|short ond measured locations.
Accuracy of above measures may be +/- 0.5mm
|See the different shape of the metal cover (D metal cover)
Looks like the more load, the smaller is the lower diameter.
The ally piston shape reffers as well to the load.
Low weight on the axle means less diameter, but longer height.
All pistons nearly have the same lenghth overall.
|Front Metro and front MGF sheet metal shape is nearly equal form, but the MGF open diameter is much wider.|
|See dpr-racing site for more about Metro HG mods|
|Hydragas Mini world Magazine article|
|research on Hydragas Suspension|
|blown hydragasunit at my early MGF|
|the second blew|
|Cut displacer unit (MGF)|
|Metro racing Mods|
|metropower.co.uk lowering a Metro guide|
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