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    eipper quicksilver sr440 buggy
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    Does anybody have any info about a eipper quicksilver sr440 buggy
    I just bought one but cant find any old info on it
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    What info do you need? It was built in the 80's by a ultra light company to run against the Hondas. Rotex 440 with a comet torque converter. Weber brakes. A diff with left/right brake peddles. The do sell a kit to lock it up
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    Interesting, I've never heard of it. Post a picture so we can see what it looks like.
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    Here is a pic. Any more info would great. Thanks.

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    All I know is that I found one on craigs list for 900. A guy on another site wanted it so I got it for him. One guy in each state took turns towing it to chicago. He got it running and had it at our bash. Its fast for being so small. About 70mph. It's built for flat track it seems from the short arms. Not at all a trail buggy. Comet has all the clutch parts in stock and a good price. My buddy has info on who he got the parts from. If you have any specfic questions I can ask him and I'm sure he'll help. He better, 10 hours of drive time and a bunch of gas just to get it in Georgia. Free
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    Also that stearing wheel is out of a ultra lite plane. It's cast and has all the electrics in it. If you lock the rear you can change the brakes from left and right to front and back. The frame is rolled not welded for a large part. I mean its one tube from the rear around to the rear
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    I brought it home today , had it running in about an hour.
    Wiring is a mess ,needs all new wiring . brakes are froze up(rusted).
    I will work on them tomorrow
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    I have wanted one of these since I was in high school..
    I thought you might like to see this
    enjoy..
    ps: still might buy one if the price is right
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    I have a eipper quicksilver dune buggy. You are the first person to say you have one. We have been trying to sell ours, for a while now. Mine is silver in color. No one has ever heard of them. Mine runs excellent it didn't have any problem except the brakes but that was an easy fix.
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    Hi there... I'm new to this sport... just had one of these Eipper's given to me with a Polaris 880 in it, but only runs on one cylinder, regardless of which order the carbs are installed.... but it came with a Honda CBR 600 engine and a bunch of other parts and the thought process to make the swap... anybody having any experience with this type of exchange, your advice would be most welcome... I have a new mig welder, am waiting on the bandsaw and drill press, and already in possession of the 30 years of experience as a pro mechanic.... now looking to become a first class fabricator with a new toy.....

    Thanks,

    Alan
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