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    What next? Building a two seater for winter...
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    Got rid of my XTC sand rail. Now I want to put one together this winter.. Its gonna be a R1/busa powered two seater. What frame would you guys say? (pre built) I really liked the styling of the XTC but didn't like how the guy built it..or put it together.. Gonna be mild offroad with mostly sand riding.Or any other ideas?? Figuered this would make a good thread. Thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blownz28man View Post
    Got rid of my XTC sand rail. Now I want to put one together this winter.. Its gonna be a R1/busa powered two seater. What frame would you guys say? (pre built) I really liked the styling of the XTC but didn't like how the guy built it..or put it together.. Gonna be mild offroad with mostly sand riding.Or any other ideas?? Figuered this would make a good thread. Thanks guys
    what's your budget?
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    That's the big question?

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    Congratulations selling the XTC. Great decision.

    Pre-built? El Toro for a shorter wheelbase car. Yoshi for a bigger car.
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    Congratulations selling the XTC. Great decision.

    Pre-built? El Toro for a shorter wheelbase car. Yoshi for a bigger car.
    I have a shorter wheelbase rail available. My SXS is only 70" wide with about a 95" wheelbase......Yoshi
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    My budget... dont want to spend anything near 20k... Really can't justify that. I'd say 10k at most. I know it can be done.I'm just looking at a frame to get started.. at most a roller.. I'll have to check out the models you listed above. I really like more sleek models.. Fabbing parts is no biggie for me ether.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blownz28man View Post
    My budget... dont want to spend anything near 20k... Really can't justify that. I'd say 10k at most. I know it can be done.I'm just looking at a frame to get started.. at most a roller.. I'll have to check out the models you listed above. I really like more sleek models.. Fabbing parts is no biggie for me ether.
    My frame kits are $6,649 which includes frame, a-arms, trailing arms, control rods and subframe. The chassis is fully welded and tabbed for suspension and busa powerplant. Misc welding yu will do is battery tray, radiator, gas tank, light, and any other misc tabs unless you wanted me to do all that as well....

    comes with everything pictured minus spindles and powdercoat..
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    Yoshi, I'll have to hit you up for some more pictures. Really like your frame layout. Thanks again.
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    Yoshi, I'll have to hit you up for some more pictures. Really like your frame layout. Thanks again.
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    Our car is 86" WB 70" wide.ExtremeBajaKarts.


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