The Jordan rear differential is a massive beast.
It sits directly behind the driver and carries all the weight of the car, from the front wheels to the rear axle.
It also has a significant amount of weight to the front, which is why it’s not unusual to see some of its components leaking over time.
In the past, the leaked parts have resulted in severe damage to the car’s suspension, leading to a crash that has been called the “Leak-a-Ride” incident.
Now, it appears that this could be a potential accident waiting to happen, as it seems as though a leak in the rear differential may have caused the crash.
The Jordan Leaks: A leaked part that could be causing a crash?
A leaked part could be to blameThe first time I saw the Jordan Leak, I was so shocked by how large and massive the rear diff would appear, and the sheer amount of components that it was taking up.
In the following months, I began to notice that the rear wheel wells on the rear end of the Jordan were actually larger than what was in the stock car.
And this was because the diff was being designed by Jordan’s engineers, not by the manufacturer.
The problem was that the original manufacturer had designed the rear-end parts for a specific, very different car.
This particular car was a 1971 Ford Mustang, and it had a front wheel well that was 5.5 inches in diameter and a rear wheel well of 4.8 inches.
The diffs on both cars were built for a Ford Mustang engine and had no external flanges, just internal flanges.
And yet, the rear wheels on the Mustang were only 1.6 inches in width.
So the front end of this particular car would have been about 5 inches in length.
But the issue was that Jordan had made the rear ends of all the other cars they’d made with the Mustang engine.
That meant that all of the rear brake lines had to be built differently, and that the brakes were going to be a bit bigger than what the factory had built for the Mustang.
It was a real challenge.
The problem was compounded by the fact that all the parts were being built by Jordan, which meant that the parts had to pass the FIA’s stringent testing procedures.
In short, it was a big challenge.
The car was also built in a very unique way, which also meant that it didn’t fit into any of the normal parts bins.
Jordan had also built the front and rear diffs differently, so that they were not in parallel.
The front diffs were also not bolted into the frame.
The rear diff was not bolted to the frame, but instead was a part of the suspension itself, which allowed it to be bolted onto the frame without any bolts.
All of this was making the brakes very heavy.
The brakes were also a lot of work to install, and this was a major factor in the failure of the Leaks.
It turns out that a small part of a brake fluid leak could be the reason why the brakes failed in the first place.
Now that we have this information, the Jordan team will be able to make the changes to the brakes to better suit the Mustang, which should make the brakes a lot more compliant and more forgiving of the problems that caused the Leak.
We will have more to say on this in a future update.
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