My thanks go to Marc B. Domer
in the USA for this photo of his X-15 project. Marc writes:
I began this project nine months ago in November of 2005, with the intention of building a budget version of the now famous "T-Rex" three-wheeler.
The power train for my "X-15 P01" (named after a three-wheeled, ride-on toy from my childhood) is
a 2003 Honda 919, which I rescued from a salvage yard. The front suspension is based upon a 2000 Honda Accord. I chose this unit for the unequal length upper and lower control arms (which actually creates additional negative wheel camber in turns).
The upper control arm mounts that I fashioned also provide for camber adjustment through the use of slotted mounting plates. Additionally, the front coilovers
(110 lb springs, with variable dampening rate struts) permit ride height adjustment as does their mounting bracket. The single rear spring is currently a 400 lb unit, but I must increase this, perhaps to as much as 600 lbs.