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You can have one too.....for about 10K
 

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Agreed


Only thing its good for is a conversation piece, wheelies, and burnouts. Other than that it looks like a close wheelbase death trap.
 

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I saw a vid of a parade with those things.



The Shriners will probably be riding those next. :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
 

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Nothing wrong with it.

Some people would rather have big $$ something on their finger, or wall, or door, or table, or lawn, or ............

I wouldn't mind taking that to the beach behind my house. Make a little trailer.... :D
 

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im curious what they are using for a tranny. The entire package looks really short. maybe a shortened PG or something bolted directly to a rear....


A while back I was trying to figure a way to stick a 350 in a golf cart for a track vehicle. I just couldnt figure a way to make it fit.
 

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axkiker said:
im curious what they are using for a tranny. The entire package looks really short. maybe a shortened PG or something bolted directly to a rear....


A while back I was trying to figure a way to stick a 350 in a golf cart for a track vehicle. I just couldnt figure a way to make it fit.
By looking at some of the pics on the website, it uses a small gearcase coupled to the crankshaft. They are chain drive.

Cool little setup!!
 

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Wondering if that is from the same place who builds the Boss Hoss motorcycles?
Always thought those were ridiculous too, but have heard from a few that have actually riden them that they go down the road LOTS better than you'd expect.
Maybe if they lost the bar stool set up, and made a lower go-cart or small buggy looking deal it would go over better. Honda Odysee buggy style. Sand rail market would probably did a transaxle setup like that...
 

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Honda Odysee buggy style. Sand rail market would probably did a transaxle setup like that...
Now that's a name I haven't heard in a while; I remember back when I was like 12 or 13 I would've given body parts for one of those.
 

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I still think they are cool. Nice ones get some BIG$$ lately. Father in Law had 3 fixer uppers last summer. W/O suspension there a rough ride though. I'd have to hold out even more the last year or two's Pilot!!
 
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