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 Post subject: Tri Pod 1 ergonomics
 Post Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2016 5:24 pm 
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Location: Sunshine Coast, Qld
Hi All.

I have tried to make the Tri Pod 1 fit almost everyone and to some degree it has with our least tall builder being maybe 5'2" and tallest around 6'4".


Everything is adjustable to some degree including -


Seat position via padding and foam plug customisation.

Steering column position, reach (G2 only, 4 positions at rear and slots at forward mounts)

Steering wheel reach also by boss depth (via adapters)

Steering wheel height via adjuster on column

Steering column angle (wheel height) by spacers under forward mounts.

Steering wheel diameter (post rego as ADRs require 350mm apparently)

Pedal box position via 4 position drillings in base of pedal box and of course where you drill your mounting holes. Fully forward for most folk.

Gear lever via all sorts of tweaks, worth a whole subject in itself

Brake pedal throw/hardness via Master cylinder size changes

Throttle pedal weight and throw via various holes where the cable attaches and add or reduce weight with return springs.


I hope this gives you some idea of the adjustability of the car.

Fire back here with any questions.

Regards, Andrew.

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