This would history for any particular bike. If you have had to replace
engines then that should be figured in as well. Total costs for non
recurring parts to date to develop the bike (car) to where it has run on
the salt. In my case, I figured all parts that I threw away as being
unsatisfactory or broken, and all the nuts and bolts from Ace Hardware,
Jon Wennerberg wrote:
> On May 4, 2007, at 3:02 PM, drmayf wrote:
> Just the car costs to date (or bike). If you would shoot me the
> number, (I don't want your actual costs or mph just the factor,) and
> the motor class and vehicle class, I will complie and put it on the
> web site or maybe Jon's site.
> I've not kept a close track -- but could make a pretty good EWAG. But
> -- do you want the total bucks spent from day One, including the blown
> engines, try this and it doesn't work so try that, and so on --- or do
> you want the cost if I were to start with a brand new bike and buy all
> of the things that are on it in the present iteration?
> One number is about twice the other.
> Jon Wennerberg
> Seldom Seen Slim Land Speed Racing
> Marquette, Michigan
> (that's 'way up north)