STAGE 54

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“Like all cars in its category, the LaFerrari is equipped with high-performance disc brakes on all four wheels, which are ventilated and perforated to prevent overheating.”

 

Contents


Parts

Build


The Front Left Brake

Step 1

Retrieve four of your Hinges from the previous stage, and the two Side Panels from Stage 51. Secure two of these Hinges to this side of the Front Left Side Panel with two (2) Type K screws.

The threaded holes of these Hinges should face each other, as shown:

In the same way, secure the other two Hinges to this side of the Front Right Side Panel with two (2) Type K screws.

Again, the threaded holes of these Hinges should face each other, as shown:

Step 2

Retrieve your left Upper Control Arm assembly from the previous stage. Fit the shaft of the Spherical Joint through this matching hole of the Front Left Brake Disc, orienting it as shown.

The shafts of these Joints have two flattened sides:

The matching hole of the Front Left Brake Disc also has two flat sides. These shapes need to match up as you insert the Joint shaft:

Secure this Spherical Joint into place with one (1) Type L screw.

The flat sides are designed keep the Joint from spinning while you install this screw:

Step 3

Retrieve your left Lower Control Arm assembly from the previous stage. Fit the shaft of the Spherical Joint through this matching hole of the Front Left Brake Disc, orienting it as shown.

Again, align the flat sides of the Joint shaft and Brake Disc hole:

Secure this Joint into place with one (1) more Type L screw:

Thoughts


Our Front Left Suspension assembly is now complete. Keep the unused Anti-Roll Bar nearby as it will be needed in the next stage, however the two Front Side Panel assemblies can be safely stored as they will not be needed for the rest of this pack.

Next Up


 Stage 55 – Front Right Brake Disc

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