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    After taking the summer off to work on paying projects,and missing a full racing season at Bob's,,,, we are back on the ProtoLite car projects. We briefly fired up both GSXR 600's in the cars and ...WOW!!!!. Open headers and it was loud and sweet. That really got us moving again. The cars are sitting on full suspension now(Fox Air)And the radiators are partially mounted. We hav alot of work left yet.... Exhaust, rear drive train, fuel cell, linkage and some electrical. We hope to test drive them before the end of the year, but we will for sure be ready for next summer's races or even the Silverdome if that happens again.

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    Looks great! Keep us posted.
    I'd really like to see more of the drivetrain/rear uprights.

    D.P.
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    WOW nice buggies!! Do you build and sell or sell plans of that beast?There is a guy around here starting some off-road racing , and all the chassis and plans I see seem a to be more for duning than racing. Also what kind of track do you run on?
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    Thanks, We are currently just building our own. I have the design in 3D cad and we make prints for our own parts. After these get tested and we are racing again, I may put the prints into a full set of plans,,,,,,,,but that all takes time too.
    Mostly flat, dirt track racing it will be. We also plan on hitting some offroad racing with jumps...............and fun in the dunes.
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    They are looking good, cant wait to see them finished.
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    Could you post some specs of that beast?
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