This is very true....this is a nice looking car, i would like to see some more detailed pics if you could, and also i was wondering about the 25 inches of wheel travel in the rear, i have been around many jimcos, porters, Alumicraft and alpha class 1 cars that have at best 20 inches of "REAL" travel, how are you able to get so much more, whats your cv angle at the 25 inches, Thanks
Most high end desert race cars/buggies set there angle to max around 21 deg. This is why they get a "REAL" 19-20" of travel. In the sand car world they set there angles up to 24" because they do not see the length of abuse a desert race car sees. Now there are no rules of how much angle you can have it all comes down to what works/lasts. if you want to set up your car with 24deg and get the extra travel then you might get to the finish line faster. But you will have the chances of cv failure.25 is not hard when the car is 94 inches wide. Racer eng. has 25 1/4 in the rear of there cars. theres are also 94-96 inches wide in the rear. Cv angle at 24 deg.