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  • Birthday 11/25/1959

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    Funco Big V, RZR XP1000

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  1. ? Trying to list a buggy in classified section 

    telling me I have to use link emailed to me tried several times

    system does not email me thank you

  2. Thanks Grant...here I thought I had it all figured out...now, back to the drawing board..LOL
  3. I've been researching the same question, and it seems the "general" recommendation for a reasonable power and reliability is this. I had just about settled on the 440 but there seems to be some concern (in the street/drag world anyway) about the LS7 block being susceptible to cracked cylinders. Which is of course solved with the aftermarket blocks. I don't recall any carnage threads here with someone having a grenaded 440, is this more of an internet myth than reality?
  4. It's all some of us losers can do...LOL
  5. Hmm..oh well, matters not, I plan to add a few cylinders to mine over the hot months anyway...
  6. Duners like to get the most out of their equipment. There's a reason they put a steering wheel and not a rudder in these things... Oh, and be glad the transmission Gods were angry....otherwise, I can assure you 3 subi's would have had you in your rear view mirror...LOL..
  7. I agree with the second tank/plastics looking the best. Looks like a blast.
  8. I know several people who have sold their big dollar, V8 sand rails, and moved into the X3's, and are very happy with them. We've had a few X3's on some of our rides, and they had no problem keeping up with our group. If I was going to buy another SxS, it would be the can am. However, they appear to have plenty of "quirks" of their own. They just haven't made a "perfect" version of any of them yet...
  9. I had a pressure plate that looked like that once. Only it was caused by the lock ring from the starter snout breaking off, and bouncing around in there. I'm no expert, but I'd suspect the teeth (or whatever else was bouncing around) was just the right size to jam between the back of the pressure plate and the TO bearing boss/assembly, and scrape as it rotated. The good thing is Kennedy can rebuild the pressure plate. I'd try to figure out why the teeth broke off though.
  10. Meh...we fired the spelling police, no worries...LOL
  11. Great description of the pics: drool!! LOL.
  12. Looks interesting. It would be nice to get away from the ridiculous prices for a transaxle.
  13. Wanna give your wife a fun sxs experience? Drive cross ways across the slip face, driver on the uphill side, and slow down to where you are about to lose momentum, then quickly get off the throttle and at the same time, turn uphill. Your passenger should get a close up view of the sand off to their right.

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