|04-13-2011, 07:14 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2008
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Location: Burlington, NC
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Right Side Performance "Long Haul" Ultra4 Chassis...Single and Double...
Right Side Performance of Burlington, NC is pleased to announce their new single seat and two seat "Long Haul" Endurance Racing and Ultra 4 chassis.
The rock sports racing scene has changed tremendously over the past few years and we've been right in the middle of it. These two chassis designs are the result of our observations over these years. We believe they have what it takes to perform well and, over all, win the race.
Some quick features of both the Single and the Double Long Haul rides:
-Plenty of Room for You - Gone are the days where sharing elbow room is acceptable. The Long Haul Double is standard with a 54" wide shoulder bar and the Single sits nicely with a 50" width. Seating position is relaxed and foot room is more than ample. We can go wider if you're a big boy though.
-Plenty of Room for Your Junk - It's nice to have spares. It's even nicer to have them when you need them. While you'll have to be the judge of where to draw the line on what you pack, we think we've offered you plenty of space to put it all.
-Safe Headroom - Both chassis come with standard with headroom for a 6'-ish person to pass tech plus some. No problem to add a few extra inches either.
-Go Fast Suspension Travel Numbers - The Long Haul Double has the capability to see 18" of travel in the front and 22" of travel int the rear. Bump/droop numbers are in the range of 60/40 front and 70/30 in the rear.
The Long Haul Single rides with a capability of 14" of front travel sitting at 50/50 bump/droop and 18" or rear travel sitting at 60/40. You could adjust either way you'd like. These are just the extents.
-Minimal Sheet Metal - When I set out to build I didn't want a brand association and I wanted sexy tube lines. I hope you'll agree we got there. There's no spending a grand on a front clip just to crack it in half if when you attempt to drive out of a roll. I've also seen body parts take out wiring and fluid lines when they come apart. Even the most basic hood cut outs (flat sheet) still look good.
-Multi-Season Chassis - These chassis wont be used up after one season of hard racing. They're built with .188 sub frames, .188 B Pillars, .120 wall for the structure and .090 filler DOM tubing. 2" and 1.75" diameters available.
-Drive Train Options - We designed them both around a LSx, 4L80e, and an Atlas (Stak 3 speed will fit as well) so any of the common drive combos will work.
-Drive Line - The front and rear shafts are all capable of being one piece shafts. No worrying about jack shaft vibes or an extra joint to fail.
-Fuel Capacity - Both single and double are capable of carrying the common size (read: affordable), Ultra 4 tech approved, 32 gallon fuel cell. That's race winning fuel capacity there.
-Axle Widths - I personally like a narrower car. The one in the shop now is on full widths. Axle widths as narrow as 64" WMS to as wide as you please will work.
-Shock Options - Both the Double and Single have room for a coil-over and a bypass at each corner.
Alright enough. To the pics...
Long Haul Double in various states of completion:
My 2010 digging in KOH...
One we're building now...
A couple of the new Long Haul Single:
Josh here is 6'1"...
Standard Long Haul Single or Double chassis includes:
- 1.75" DOM - .120, .090 thicknesses upper, .188 sub frame
- fully welded
- upper and lower link mounts
- engine, trans, tcase mounts
- engine skid
- front and rear upper shock hoops (capable of 18" shocks front or rear on the Double, 14" front 18" rear Single)
-Customer may need to supply engine, transmission, tcase (we have some combinations but not all)
-The rear coilovers and possibly the bypass (depending on your desired travel numbers) are designed to mount on the rear lower link for increased travel. Your lower links will need to be built to do so for the best performance. Front shocks can either mount to the axle or to the lower link.
-While an area will be allowed for a bump stop mount you'll need to add your own once you get your axle placed and travel extents figured out.
Introductory pricing on the the standard Long Haul Single or Double - $5,900
Long Haul Single or Double Roller packages include the standard chassis plus:
-2.25" 7075 Aluminum lower links with 1.25" Chromo heims
-1.75" DOM uppers with .875" Chromo heims
-Axle trussing and link mounts
-Bump stop mounts
-Chassis shock mounts and axle/link shock mounts
-Customer will need to supply engine, trans, tcase, axles (clean and bracket free), shocks, bump stops, wheels, tires. Again, we have some combinations here but not all.
Introductory Long Haul Single or Double Roller Price: $9,900
Turnkey Price: Give me a call to discuss the options...336-693-4003
And of course we have competitive pricing on anything you need to finish your rig.
Give me a call to discuss options.
Will at Right Side Performance - 336-693-4003
Thanks for looking!
|04-14-2011, 05:39 AM||#2 (permalink)|
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looking good Will
Sweet! bump for you Will.
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