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    Im sure everyone has seen the trophy kart from Newline by now (if not here it is).How do you think they did the rear axle and suspension?Or if you have seen one in person ,how did they do it?Im goin to biuld my kids a kart and might be interested in the solid axle trick for the rear.Seems you could make it very light.
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    P.S. theres also a video, http://trophykart.com/
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    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    pretty sweet, definetly a straight axle swingarm setup, looks to need some shack adjustment, also wonder about the price, surely not cheap. 8) 8)
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    That thing looks awsome...........what kind of motor are they running....it would be scary if it was over powered........
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    10-14 hp ,50 mph.
    Looks like fun to me.
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    I would like to drive one...........probably roll it........
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    does anyone know if you can order replacment bodies for the trophy kart or know of the makers email becuase i was thinking of either a desert karts panther buggy or get the Tk body and make my own trophy kart with a 300 to 600 cc motor in it becuase the originals are pricy


    thank you and sorry for bringing up old topics but i need to decide
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