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I thought I´d upload some pics on my suzuki project. It´s nearly done and thoroughly testdriven :) What´s left is paint and such.
I´d love to have some comments, and won´t get upset if you find it ridiculous. People tend to do :)






496cui Oldmobile engine, mod. th400 tranny+NP205, D60 axles with strange spoles and mw driveshafts. Great fun driving, makes alotta noise!
 

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what coils are you running.. i have been wanting to fab up a rear coil kit using aerostar coils. did you make yours?

Looks Good :D , ....actually it looks awful...if you would like to get it out of your driveway you can send it to 5455 Flintridge dr, colorado springs.......:flipoff2:

Jon :D
 

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godzuki said:
nice zook but the tires suck:flipoff2:
welcome newbi :flipoff2:
I would very much like boggers.. But theese will have to do.

scwafish said:
What are you going to use it for....looks like you need/want hp!
Yes sirrry bob!
Im probably gonna test some formula offroad and mud race with it.


rrahl said:
what coils are you running.. i have been wanting to fab up a rear coil kit using aerostar coils. did you make yours?
flipoff2:
Jon :D
Im using Koni HD shockabsorbers and some special made spiralsprings. If I could afford it I would like FOX racing shox or Rancho Lightning Rods :) I must honeslty say I´ve never heard about aerostar coils.
 

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Looks like fun, throw some paddles in the back and run on 2 tires all the way down the track, if it doesnt already!
 

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Man, I always wanted a rig that would do wheelies on flat ground.

Give us some specs.
Looks like a mud racer.
 

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Im using Koni HD shockabsorbers and some special made spiralsprings. If I could afford it I would like FOX racing shox or Rancho Lightning Rods :) I must honeslty say I´ve never heard about aerostar coils.
sorry starslope....i mean ford aerostar coils....as in the van aerostar. didn't mean like a brand name or something.

looking good!

my offer still stands.. if you want it out of your driveway i have this little plot o' concrete i could set it on.
:D :flipoff2: :D

take it easy...

Jon :D
 

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They look a lot like Aerostar Coils. I am going to be using Aerostar Coils on my zuki. PM me if you want to talk.


Interesting Rig. Not my thing, but still interesting. Tell us more!
 

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sorry starslope....i mean ford aerostar coils....as in the van aerostar. didn't mean like a brand name or something.

looking good!

my offer still stands.. if you want it out of your driveway i have this little plot o' concrete i could set it on.
:D :flipoff2: :D

take it easy...

Jon :D
Oh, my mistake..I should have figured..
However I must most respectfully turn down your humble offer :)



Well here are the specs. (Im not mad and wrote it all, i just copied it from the homepage)
Front/Rear axle: Dana 60. Strange Spoles, 35 splines Mark Williams driveshafts. Gearing 5,38:1
Tires: Super Swampers 44"x18,5"x16,5"
Wheels: 16,5"x12" steel rims
Brakes: Hydraulic discbrakes. Powerbraking based on Volvo components
Shockabsorbers: Koni
Springs: Specialmade spiralsprings, in 3 different lengths.
Wheelalignment: Progressive 4-link in the front and the rear. M20 uniballs on mild steel DIN 2391 BK
Fuel system: RCI Fuelcell 35 litres, Holley Fuel Pump
Coolance Radiators for transmission, engine and water, mounted in back with electric fans
Steering: Orbitrol, hydraulic 2-Pistons system. 0,85 revolutions to either direction. ZF pump.
Rollcage: 45x2,5mm mild steel, 6-point. Aluminium roof
Interior: Autometer Gauges, RCI poly-seats, B&M Prostick shifter, Bell Racestar 5-point 3" belts
Gearbox: TH400 Oldmobile casing with Chevy POD mech, mod turbine, spragclutch, lamelhousing etc.
Transfercase: New process 205 (I destroy one each run, lol)
Measurements Wheelbase: 254 cm, length 340 cm, width 235 cm, height 205 cm, weight: ?

Engine Oldsmobile 496 cui
- Dave Smith engineered F-block, 4-bolted maincaps, concrete-filled, modified oil distribution, 4,2585" bore
- Rossi 4,25" aluminium pistons
- Barne´s 7,1" aluminium rods
- Forged 4,25" stroke balanced crankshaft
- Batten Precision Speed aluminium cylinderheads
- Titan 2,19" intake valves, stainless steel 1,71" exhaust valves
- Cranecam golden rockers, 1,73 ratio intake, 1,63 ratio exhaust
- Adjustable cromemoly pushrods
- Sheetmetal tunnelram intake
- 2 x Holley Dominator 1340 cfm modified to 1440 cfm
- MSD Cranktrigger, Air gap sensor, MSD-6AL ignition control.
- 7 litres wetsump, notched oilpan with trap doors and net
- 4" exhaust system
- Dave Smith roller camshaft, lift: intake 0.802", exhaust 0.666", dual pattern duration int/exh 332/344
- Crane roller lifters
- Vasco Jet tripple springs, intake: 220 lbs, exhaust: 205 lbs
- Titanium Retainers
Crankshaft, connection rods and pistons are carefully balanced. The engine is completely ARB-bolted.


That ougtha satisfy anyone intrested enough to read through it all :)
 

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WWWOOOOOOOWWWWW!!!!!!:eek: :eek: :eek: .

Do you have any pictures of your link system? Would like to get a good look at how you built it.

Thanks

Jon
 

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rrahl said:
WWWOOOOOOOWWWWW!!!!!!:eek: :eek: :eek: .

Do you have any pictures of your link system? Would like to get a good look at how you built it.

Thanks

Jon

I´ll see if I can get some fresh pics. My camera has been broken.
 

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Where are your 'wheelie bars'? :D

That dude looks like it will SCAT!
 
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