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Quasar to Voyager development history

Developing the Voyagers

From Quasar to FJ

This account covers the process of discovery and development that led from experience of Malcolm Newell and Ken Leamans Quasar of 1977 to the Voyager launch at the end of 1989.

It places various prototypes in order and covers the work that was done on each. A recent contributor to the FF discussion group has described this work as "Tales of daring do". At the time it seemed a normal process of vehicle development; forming and testing hypothesis, similar to, and obviously based on my time as an F.1 race technician in the early seventies..

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The arse ends.

The arse ends.

Hey! This is comfy!

Hey! This is comfy!

Good old natter!

Good old natter!
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Voyagers in Sherbourne

Voyagers in Sherbourne
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Shade tree

Shade tree
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Shade tree

Shade tree
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Sherbourne monument

Sherbourne monument
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Royce tries the VFFF.

Royce tries the VFFF.
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FF's in town

FF's in town
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FF's in town

FF's in town
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FF's in town

FF's in town
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Arthur and Royce

Arthur and Royce
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Voyagers and VFFF

Voyagers and VFFF
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Graham and 05 (new tyres!)

Graham and 05 (new tyres!)
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Royce and Graham

Royce and Graham

A Pulse in England (front)

One of two Pulses spotted in Barton in July 2007. More information here: https://signup.mw.net/pulse01.shtml
"There were about 347 of these made between 1980 and 1990 in Owasso Michigan. The first 20 or so were called Litestars and then the name changed to Pulse. A Pulse is a motorcycle. It rides on 2 main wheels and has 2 outrigger wheels (one on each side). It is classified in most states as a 3 wheel motorcycle. It has a 120 inch wheelbase and an overall length of 192 inches and weighs about 1000 lbs".

A Pulse in England (front)

A Pulse in England (rear)

Dig that funky tailfin - looks as if could have been designed to decapitate passers-by! PNB

A Pulse in England (rear)

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