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Lynch EVFF meets Quasar

I took my Quasar to meet Cedric Lynch's lightweight FF and had a second ride in his electric-powered one-off. Cedric had a sit in the heavyweight Quasar but didn't attempt to ride it! In this pic we are each sat in our own vehicles. PNB. Photo: Paul Compton.

Lynch EVFF meets Quasar
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Rolling chassis

Rolling chassis
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Rolling chassis

Rolling chassis

Rolling chassis

Rolling chassis
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Seatback

Seatback
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First sub-frame

First sub-frame
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Project H

Project H
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Construction

Construction
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Construction

Construction
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Engine jig

Engine jig
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CH layout

CH layout
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Motor in frame - rear view

Motor in frame - rear view
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Motor in frame

Motor in frame
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Frame - side view

Frame - side view
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Abracadabra

Wheelbase - 83.75"
Seat height - @16"
Overall length - circa 10 feet (3010mm )
Height - 1450-1500mm
Width - to be determined

Motor: twin chamber Norton Rotary. 85hp

The complete rear end has been altered to take a larger 160 Radial tyre.

Estimated time to completion end of 08

Abracadabra

2007: Blez in the MonoTracer

Blez in the Monotracer on the Brno Grand Prix circuit, July 2007. This was the first functioning prototype in completed form. It was first seen at the circuit without any window glass the year before. The first customer machine was delivered at the Brno event in July 2007.
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2007: Blez in the MonoTracer

2007: Blez in the first Monotracer

July 2007: Paul Blezard was the first journalist in the world to drive the Peraves Monotracer. It was on the Brno Grand Prix circuit during the annual rider training and World Cup. He also got to ride it on the road afterwards all the way into the cobbled streets of central Prague.
Photo: Dan Lexa

2007: Blez in the first Monotracer

2007: 5 Quasars, Carver, Eco

In 2007 there were only 5 Quasars, but Monty brought his new Carver down from York and Steve brought his Eco over from Belgium, along with Koen and his XMax. A shame that Graham Robb and his Voyager couldn't stay long enough for this pic, but he was there earlier on. At least Shawn's yellow Quasar made it all the way this year. Terry brought his Benelli Adiva and Robin his Tmax. PNB Photo: John Crowson on Blez's EOS.

2007: 5 Quasars, Carver, Eco

2007: Eco, Quasar, Voyager

For the September 07 Quasar gathering Steve van den Berghe brought his Ecomobile over from Belgium and Graham Robb brought his revitalised blue Voyager. The Quasar in between is Mark Crowson's lightened, tuned and otherwise much modified 'QuickaQuasar'.
Photo: Paul Blezard

2007: Eco, Quasar, Voyager
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