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    Protodie Master and Vendor ProtoDie's Avatar
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    LOL, yes, that would keep me busy.
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    Nice job Proto. Tim
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    Proto ... What radiator are you using? Thx Tim
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    there is one on here for about 225.00 i think.


    http://www.hyperracing.com/
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    Yes, Hyper racing sells it. $259

    The radiator is made by Saldana Racing products.

    I really like it, and we have not had any heat issues.
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    Thx guys. Tim
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    sweet ride proto
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    nice package there proto. looks like i'm following a bit in your footsteps on my far simpler project.

    anyone out there have some suggestions on where i can research the guts of such a rear drive? i have a v-twin chain drive motor for this job. i'd hate to not go with a cv joint and disk brake setup.
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    rear drive info
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    Welcome to the site.

    The rear drive is 1 3/8 6 splined shaft, 924 cv's. I machined up the cv flange mounts , one of which is also the sprocket hub mount . These are bolted to the ends of the center shaft.
    The bearing retainers in the pics have been changed out due to failure. I have new bearings and retainers that I machined on the CNC mill. These have been holding up well.
    The rear wheel assembly is laser cut 1/4 steel welded together and then the bearing retainers are thru bolted to it.
    Brakes are Wilwood dual piston.
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    here are the new bearing retainers
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    drive unit
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    some nive stuff dude.. 'tis a shame i work so much. hard to find a couple hours to give you guys a drive-by. any chance i could next time i'm down in the GR area? i live a couple hour north and do school in big rapids 4 days a week. time will be tight for the next 4 months doing 12 on/2 off at work and school 4/5 days a week, but if you have a few mins i'd love to take advantage of your hospitality. didn't i read somewhere you keep your cars at the tool&die shop?

    cheers
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