How big is a CO2 dragster?

How big is a CO2 dragster?


A. Dragster body length 305 mm
B. Dragster body height at rear with wheels 75 mm
C. Dragster body mass / weight with wheels 170 g
D. Dragster body width at axles – front & back 42 mm

What are restrictions and specifications for the CO2 dragster?

Dragsters shall have a one piece, all wood body construction. Parts such as fenders, canopies, exhausts or aerofoils may be glued or attached to or enclosed within the dragsters. Dragsters must be a 3d printed models. The CO2 cylinder must fit the power plant hole without any clamping required to hold it in place.

What is the best shape for a CO2 dragster?

Sphere – A very good aerodynamic shape because of it symmetrical shape. Which allows air to flow over it’s surface with very little disruption to the air stream. A combination of basic shapes will yield the best results. This equation has to do with how much weight is over the front and rear of the vehicle.

How fast can a CO2 dragster go?

They’re super quick, on a (20-metre) track, the cars can cross the finish line in just over a second, travelling at a top speed of around 90 kilometers per hour. The CO2 dragster may be small, but it’s going to be moving at incredible speeds when you race it.

What is the maximum length that your dragster can be?

Rear-engine dragster minimum 150 inches, maximum 300 inches. Front-engine dragster minimum 150 inches, maximum 300 inches. Altered minimum 120 inches and maximum 150 inches. Maximum wheelbase variation from left to right: 2 inches.

What is power wall thickness?

At just 155 mm (6.1 inches) thick, the Powerwall 2 is much heavier than it looks like it would be, thanks to the bulk of the volume being filled with batteries.

Is it better to have a very light or very heavy CO2 dragster?

Simply put, the less weight your dragster has, the faster it will go. This is the most important factor that will figure into your design. Keep it light!