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    Redline Revolt
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    has anyone seen these? *they are $14,999. *retail. *anybody want to comment?
    http://www.1redline.com/
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    Plenty of comments if you do a search...cute little buggy. Not yet available, so there are no real world comments, other than on the specs.
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    Looks like the new Honda Pilot.

    It's been posted on the board previously but no matter.

    Looks cool.
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    Check out where the ladder bars front attachment is.Comments on that????I've got some but I'd like to see what others may have to say first.
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    i have read on another forum, that this machine was at the sand fest or whatever in cali, the guy said the frames did not look true, and they wouldnt even let people set in it, affraid of damage, seems 250.00 worth of plastic is worth 5-600 asses getting a feel and the urge to buy....
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    One was seen at Little Sahara earlier this fall.

    [url=http://www.pilot-odyssey.com/8525687400459A41/0/82dd680c167c31fb8525720400680881!OpenDocument:1pvd xnih]Here's da link[/url:1pvdxnih] *Hmmm.... didn't do a link, wtf?
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterfabr\";p=\"18800
    Check out where the ladder bars front attachment is.Comments on that????I've got some but I'd like to see what others may have to say first.
    It's a 3-link setup. The longer the longitudinal link is, the less toe-change there will be with travel. I think it's kind of a neat way to get a compact setup without a-arms--you certainly couldn't get that much travel in a short car with a semi-trailing arms!
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    [quote=tenaja\";p=\"18814]
    Quote Originally Posted by "masterfabr\";p=\"18800":2a194vz7
    Check out where the ladder bars front attachment is.Comments on that????I've got some but I'd like to see what others may have to say first.
    It's a 3-link setup. The longer the longitudinal link is, the less toe-change there will be with travel. I think it's kind of a neat way to get a compact setup without a-arms--you certainly couldn't get that much travel in a short car with a semi-trailing arms![/quote:2a194vz7]I didn't realize it was 3 link. I thought it looked like a ladder bar type of swingarm setup.Either way that position that far forward is going to give a lot of front end lift under accel--- if it has any power that is.
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    specs read 75 HP. *i like it, but, damn, 15k is way high...
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    If they could sell them for under 11k, i bet they would go like hot cakes.imo
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