I am currently driving a 5-1600 and the next logical step is a 1600. There are alot of cars out there that are built well. Is there an absolute best chassis or is it up to personal preference? So overall, what is the best chassis?
It's Rob. He's a bad a s s. Put him in anything and people will think that whatever he is in is the best setup. Rob does a lot of fine tuning to those gears and motors than most engine builders. Rob in a league of his own. No comparison. He spanked everyone at the 2004/5 Laughlin in a 2/1600 Bunderson. Is that an obvious choice? Or his Fraley too in the 05 SCORE Season? Won every race that year but the 1000.After seeing rob mac spank everybody with his new Alumicraft, I think the answer is obvious.
all of the threads listed aren't addressing my question. I want to know what is the best. Obviously whatever your 1600 is your going to say is the best. I want an honest opinion based on facts. In my opinion Lothringer has the best track record regarding 1600's
Curry ; Caleb Gaddis 2005 Triple Crown (Overall points, class points, Baja 1000 win) Rookie Year
Curry; Arnoldo Ramirez 2007 and 2008 Baja 1000 1600 Champ, 2009 Baja 500 Champ
Curry; Victor Barreda 2007 Baja 1000 2nd place. Led all the way down the peninsula.
Curry; affordable, light, dependable.
I'd go Curry.
... i dont think there is a real answer to that question cody... just take your time and do your research, that's all that i can suggest
... surprising ... but says a lot considering there is a jimco in your avatar
Jimco is pricey and they probably wouldn't build you a 1600 car even if you asked. Too busy with unlimited customers. For Cody, a Curry car with a Majors engine, BFGoodrich tires, and Fox Shox is the way to go IMO. But what do I know, I am just going off of facts and history.... surprising ... but says a lot considering there is a jimco in your avatar