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    Sick work Yoshi it really does look Sinister!!!
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    Wow... that jig is impressive!
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    Finally the Subi motor eh....

    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8ball View Post
    Top shelf Yoshi, as always.

    Do you build the first frame free style, then build the jig to match or start with the jig?
    Yerp. Then I have to make some minor tweaking to the blue prints for the first 2 or 3, then the pieces fit nicely into the jig from then on....
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    Full bump (5" clearance rear, 6" clearance front)
    Full extension (25"+ clearance) although I did a little tweaking to the shock mounts to get it to 26" in the front after the pic.
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    Very cool Yoshi.


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    WOW! that looks awesome.
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    And a pic of the new seating position and head clearance, which is a lot more comfortable. I'm just under 6'2", 170 pounds, and the pedals still go about 2" farther forward than in the picture, which were already about 2" farther than what I would have them set at for me.........
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    And the amount of wider protective space between the occupants and the outside frame rails...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yoshi View Post
    before I changed the lower a-arm, how it will look with a subi setup, how the subframe comes out......
    So do you have 4-5 bolts per side at the mid-point and then 1 bolt per side at the front on that subframe? I want to do a subframe in my buggy but haven't seen any clear pictures or thoughts on how/what to do. Got any insight?

    BTW, the car looks great as usual.
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