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    Your really going to try running full droop at that much angle?
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    try?

    try was a long time ago on earlier buggies.

    yes, while it looks extreme and right to the limit,,,,,that's because it is.

    same stuff as on our single seat & 2 seat buggies,,,,zero failures, and performs great
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    Maybe XTC should pay you to redesign their cars. I can't say too little about them.

    Nice work Jody!
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    Those floor drains still crack me up...LOL Looks really good!

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    Nowhere near the desert.
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    Wow, quite a difference in the look and I bet performance too. I wasn't to crazy about the buggy before the mods, the frame just didn't look finnished, but I sure like it now. Great work as always.
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    Really shows what great skills you have to take another companies car and retro fit it and re build it to turn out so well.
    Great work.. looks cool. I look forward to seeing it perform. Post back pics after it goes out so we can see it running.

    Nicely done.


    oh hey you mind posting the new specs.. length width wheelbase info?
    Thanks
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    Impressive. I'm also wishing one day I can get to that level.
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    Thanks guys,

    Customer picked it up Friday and is very happy. He does not plan on having it done until sometime next year,,,,,which is too bad.
    I hate seeing things go,,,unfinished.



    wheel base is 96"
    front track width is 72"
    Rear is 70"

    overall length 124"

    on to the next project
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    Great work!
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    Bringing this thread back from the dead...

    The rear removable section you have there. Was the made in house by you or purchased out? I am putting the exact same engine in my triple-E and want the same setup as you have going there. Looking for ideas on how to adapt it to the smaller chassis I have. Only differnece is that I planned on using a carrier instead of a trans.
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