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    Quote Originally Posted by PilotHawK\";p=\"43843
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    its been done before.
    I've been talking about doing that for years, and I will build it someday, all most got all the bugs worked out of my design. *If it holds up to a V8, it will hold up to a busa, simple as that.
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    Here's a setup on a quad someone posted (in here I believe) last year..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gootjr\";p=\"43823
    Hello mini buggy fans. The picture you see posted by Sicksand were strickly prototypes and not ment to be a representation of any finished product. The finished product will comfortably seat an adult 5'10" to 6' with a helmet. The dimensions are very similar to the old stadium superlites in fact the wheelbase is 2-4 inches longer than the Briggsbuilt or the old H&R cars built by Randy Smally. They have 18" of rear wheel travel and 15" in the front with 4" of ground clearance at full bottom. The overall is 93" long 54" wide and 69" wheelbase. The seat is adjustable front to rear for different drivers. These cars are custom built to individual requests. I will try to post some pictures.How do I post some pics and what size do they need to be?
    Also the guy in the car is 6'4" tall.
    COOL to have you on board Goot.

    From the pix that were posted there were a lot of questions and speculation. *Good to hear that they were prototypes - stuff changes all the time, even after you get a production line going, so the evolution of the machine can change drastically from the beginning ideas.

    Going after Trophy Karts, eh? *Nice to see someone else jump into the arena - you've chosen what appears to be a very large adversary; *Good luck to ya! *

    If you would can we get you to start a new thread in the "Show Off Your Toys" section of the board - uh, maybe they'd be better in the "Turn Key" section, as that's what they are, correct? *You can post all sorts of specs, pix and such and discuss the ideas and design behind the vehicles there.

    Posting pix - Your first post in a thread will have a dialog box at the bottom that will allow you to post the pix you want. *When you want to post pix in reply of a thread, you must hit the "preview" button and that will bring up the dialog box that allows you to upload your photos.
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    the new buggy
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    the red one
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    Those are real nice.....but like kfab said....start a new thread! No hijacky!
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    sicksand, will you be selling the plans?
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    Sorry they arn't mine,I don't know if he will sell them or not?He might sale them as a roller but you would have to talk to him.His web site is www.extremebajakarts.com He is a great guy and will answer whatever questions you might have?
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    Hello Mini Buggy Fans
    Here are some updated pictures of The EBK"S
    http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slideshow.j ... r2jp7&Ux=1
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