They have been built with sequentially, but then you lose the option for the production class.If solid axles are so bad why are TT faster than Class 1 buggies? Kind of being a smart A$$ Haha but I think there are some benefits to solid axle.
I was just in our shop where the guys are working on a race UTV. I said I would race these if they didn't have a belt and CV's LOL
I grew up a huge Ivan fan and still am to this day, but I would have to say probably not. lack of wheel travel from the IRS in the rear, and as big as the holes are getting these days, I dont thing the truck would keep up with these big block live axle trucks these days. but still would Love to seeGot to wonder if we brought back Ivan Stewart’s old truck, with a little bit of updating, if it could be competitive today.
like a Henderson 300 race?, that course took All my focusThere is a whole thread on the subject and even had some people from the PPI days chime in about it. Like Tommy Morris. The answer is no not in Baja. The holes are too big and the course is too rough for what that truck was designed for. It would do very well on a tight and technical course.