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Old 03-04-2012, 08:12 PM   #1 (permalink)

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Default Anybody want 2 seater CAD frame?

I'm a mechanical engineering student in MD who is almost done building a 2 seater mini buggy with a CBR600RR engine. What I'm wondering is if anybody would be interested in CAD frames for two seaters (side by side). I know that most people like the single seaters. I have seen a couple two seaters and I'm curious if this is just because there aren't many out there, or if most people are more interested in the single seat buggys. Let me know and I'll start mocking up some stuff if people are interested.

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Old 03-04-2012, 09:22 PM   #2 (permalink)

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I might be intrested. Whats the width and legnth on the chassis?
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Old 03-04-2012, 09:25 PM   #3 (permalink)

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Default Re: Anybody want 2 seater CAD frame?

Got any pics of the one you are building?

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I'm sure alot f folks would be intrested. But they would need to be good quality and good design
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My buggy is based on a yerf dog gokart frame. The one that I would be designing would be similar. the main difference would be more triangulation in the frame and I would have the motor mounted on the frame. The one I am currently building (IMG_1925 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!) has a rear swing arm with the motor mounted on it, which I do not want to do again. My buggy so far is about 71" wide and 112" long. the length could be cut down quite a bit if the engine was mounted in the cage instead of on the swing arm. I'm thinking about designing one to possibly build in the future and I'm a huge fan of open source stuff, so I'd just release the drawings for it. Plus I'd like to get some feedback on what people think of the frame design when I'm done. I'm about two days away from finishing mine, so I'll probably start designing the next one in a week or so.
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I'm sure alot f folks would be intrested. But they would need to be good quality and good design
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