A model CO2 dragster involves the same principal forces as a real dragster. A model CO2 has mass, thrust, friction and drag, which are also the main components of a real dragster.
yes they do as they have different friction coefficiants
No the side of a Co2 dragster does not need to match the have to fit.
a teardrop shape
Foam padding with a blanket and a pillow.
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Co2 Dragster constraints are the limits or tolorances that your dragster must fall within. Whether it is length of car,width of car, weight of car, length of axles, placement of axles, or any other guideline that must be adhered to when building your car.
mine at the panthers raceway did 0.864
Indeed young grasshopper
it uses carbon dixoide to make the car go
around 50 grams- weight of the national champions car
Make it very aerodynamic and light by making it hit the wind easily
usually, a bullet shaped design would work better if made of balsa wood
about 75 km/h nobody knows because it changes every year
Harvey Dean created the Pitsco car or the Co2 Dragster as some may prefer to call it.
Band saw, sand paper, and a Drill that's pretty much it
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make it more aerodynamics so the winds don't hold the car back when it is racing
Attach the wheels strate to the co2 cartrage and lose the car. just kiding put some weight in the front and streamline it but try not to make its over all weight increase.
Yes it is, but the car will still go faster but it will end up breaking if you're not careful.
2 different elements. But three altogether. Two Oxygen and one Carbon.