The driveshaft is custom-made out of aluminum with titanium hardware. The lightweight lithium-ion battery is made by Braille.
The shifter is still an H pattern due to the vintage transmission but it works like on a formula car for quick and positive throws.
The tube chassis holds up the minimum amount of Alfa body panels to satisfy SCCA rules. The chassis has a lot of triangulation and is super stiff.
A Speedway Engineering midget quick change rear end is used with a Detroit Locker differential. The rear end uses a lightweight aluminum case. The suspension is a three-link. The top link’s forward chassis mount is adjustable to the amount of anti-squat can be adjusted.
To laterally locate the rear end, this unusual horizontally mounted watts linkage is used. This is a pretty innovative use of space and helps with a problem all solid axle suspensions have, a really high rear roll center.