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Alumi Craft Race Cars Bullet Proof 10 Car

Alumi Craft
Builder: Alumi Craft
Chassis: 2012 Alumi Craft Class 10
Weight: 2,100 lbs (Dry)
Wheel Base: 121″
Track Width: 86″
Front Suspension: 20” Travel – ALUMI CRAFT Boxed A-Arms, Billet Aluminum Spindles, CNC Brakes, FOX 12” 2.5 4-Tube Bypass, FOX Coilover Air Shock
Rear Suspension: 20” Travel – ALUMI  CRAFT Boxed Trailing Arms, ProAm Hubs 934 Lightened CV’s, TCS Gun Drilled Axles, FOX 16” 3.0 4-Tube Bypass, 2.0 Coilover
Engine: Redline Performance 2.4 ECOTEC 195HP 190 lb TQ. TRI-Y Stepped Headers w/Burn Stainless Muffler
Transmission: Mendeola LQ – 6 Speed, Sequential, Dog Gears
Fuel Cell:
Ignition: MEFI-5 Computer
Tires: BFG Baja 33 x 10.50 x 15 Shaved
Wheels: Robbie Gordon 4 x 15 w/Beadlocks
Paint: ALUMI CRAFT Custom Body, Powder Coated by ECP
Seats/Belts: Mastercraft
Brakes: Front: CNC Big 2 PistonRear: ProAm 4 Piston
Communication: Racer X
Navigation: Lowrance
Website: http://www.alumicraft.info/
Extra: HP Wiring, Plumbing Phenix Light Weight Hose/Fittings by ALUMI CRAFT, Livorsi Gauges, Momo Steering Wheel, Wilwood Pedals w/Tilton Master Cylinders, The featured Alumi Craft Class 10 car is available and ready to race. Contact Alumi Craft at 619-596-9841 for more information & pricing

About Alumi Craft
Alumi Craft is the premier racecar chassis manufacturer in the off road industry. Crafting cars from lengths of 4130 Chromoly tubing is our specialty. We offer a variety of vehicles to accommodate the professional off road racer to the recreational driver. Since 2004, ALUMI CRAFT has claimed 8 Desert Championships, 3 Pro Buggy championships and a Super Buggy Championship in Short Course. The drivers who aided ALUMI CRAFT in achieving this are Rob MacCachren, Chuck Cheek, Cameron Steele, Luke McMillin, CJ Greaves, Matt Cullen, Darren Hardesty, Darryl Smith, Gunnar Peterson and Alumi Craft owner John Cooley.
For more information on Alumi Craft Race Cars check out www.alumicraft.info

Photography By Brian Binkert

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    Joe Cool
  • November 2, 2011
Those Billet Alum. Spindles are pretty sexy if I do say so myself. I hope they dont break though.
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    Luke McMillin
  • November 2, 2011
Wow, John Cooley makes the nicest buggies, hands down. Best class 10 i've ever seen. I wonder who the lucky owner is?
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    Jim Anderson
  • November 5, 2011
Luke, Will it be yours or mine?
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    Polo Perez
  • November 23, 2011
Hello I am interested in class 10 could give me information if available the car and how much it costs.