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Author Topic: my home made sxs truggy  (Read 7200 times)

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Hollywood

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Re: my home made sxs truggy
« Reply #30 on: September 10, 2012, 10:54:55 PM »
Finally, A completed 4link mini buggy with video!
Great job Pipe!
I have been contemplating on a similar setup.
I have a Shadow 1100 engine just sitting and a Samy rear axle.

Looks like the arms could be a bit longer, you might get a bit more travel, if your not bottoming out right now. Other then that it looks great!
Im sure you'll be tuning the ins and outs as you keep taking it out.

What travel numbers are you getting?

Did you setup a reverse?

How would you say it compares to the Rhinos or Razors?

In my truck builds, we film the truck from the highway as the truck is hitting the whoops on the bypass roads. Then I can watch it in super slow motion to figure exactly what the suspension is doing. Packing in, Rebound, Compression. Then valve accordingly.
Hopefully you guys can shoot some go Pro of the rear next time your out! 
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Hollywood

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Re: my home made sxs truggy
« Reply #31 on: September 10, 2012, 11:24:43 PM »
Oh Shoot! Thats you Rockslut! I thought that chassis looked familiar.

Its me Rgvkid from Minibuggy.
Its great to see you finished your buggy and tearing it up now. Look forward to seeing more vids.
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