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    Re: Announcing the new Rorty R16 Shotgun.
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    Looks great Mr. Rorty.

    Does the new front susp. design reduce legroom ?

    Did you lengthen the chassis to compensate?

    Very thorough as usual.
    "Speed is time-time is speed"-Dennis Hopper

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    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    Rorty, that's great! *When will you have the same update for the R6?
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    Nice design...I'll build that one next!
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    Since it is aimed fairly squarely at the US will the plans be SAE or metric? *
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullnerd\";p=\"27664
    Looks great Mr. Rorty.

    Does the new front susp. design reduce legroom ?

    Did you lengthen the chassis to compensate?

    Very thorough as usual.
    Thanks Bull. Legroom has not suffered. As you surmised, the wheelbase has been extended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by throttle\";p=\"27665
    Rorty, that's great! *When will you have the same update for the R6?
    Again, thanks. The Stiletto (the R6 successor) is a little way behind the Shotgun. I concentrated my efforts on the Shotgun as two-seaters have become my biggest seller recently. I'm committed to a fairly major project, but as time permits, I'll complete the Stiletto ASAP. You'll be the first to know. *
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    Quote Originally Posted by hero_saku39\";p=\"27684
    Since it is aimed fairly squarely at the US will the plans be SAE or metric? *
    SAE? That's pushing my limits! * Don't worry, it's all dual-dimensioned (fractional inch and metric), so people from all states of the US can read it. *
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    [quote=Rorty\";p=\"27659]
    Quote Originally Posted by "tenaja\";p=\"27647":lwq0vh4f
    1.5" x .093" wall tubing is lighter AND stronger than 1.25" x .12" wall tubing.
    You will journey far, Grasshopper.

    Nominal 101.5" wheelbase
    Nominal 75" track
    Overall length 140"
    18" - 22" suspension travel (depending on options)[/quote:lwq0vh4f]

    Uh, oh... my trailer might not hold that; I think 120" is the max, except allowing for some between the fridge & oven...how much of it is the bumper in front of the front edge of the tires?
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    Hey, Rorty, when you turn your Shotgun CAD files into a PDF file, can you put the drawings on landscape? My R82s pdf files have them them portrait, so the top half of every page is empty, and the drawings print 1/2 size. (Maybe you've updated this...? Do you have any R82 updates?)
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    Can't you just hit the rotate button in Adobe? *Or Print to Portrait? * Maybe I am misunderstanding?
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