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  1. Happy Belated Birthday. BTW I agree with Robert.
  2. Lug nuts... We don’t need no stinking lug nuts!!
  3. I was alumaseal and antifreeze for many years and then switched to Staflo liquid start a couple of seasons ago. The starch works! I picked up a nail in an STU 35.5 x17 paddle, pulled out the nail and the starch sealed it. No plug. Just starch, done deal. Plus if you have any starch left over, the ladies love a “sharp dressed man. “
  4. Yes radio and intercom are on the list. But for now I have a couple of other things that I’m trying to figure out where to mount.
  5. I have used all of the top 3. Berrymans, Alumiseal, and Staflo. They all work!! The last couple of seasons I switched to Staflo, since it works and is cheap, I’ll stick with it.
  6. My son found this cool custom Talon license plate mount. It comes with a wiring harness that connects to the tail light.
  7. Maiden voyage is probably going to be Oregon in late July.
  8. As Jim said it’s the stock front wheel and tire. The camera angle makes it look bigger. Anyway “that’s what she said.”
  9. Very nice looking car. Ed and Ramon are two of the best at what they do.
  10. On my SU Sand Pro 2 mid engine I drilled 2 rows of 1” holes from side to side in the solid aluminum floor. I have a firewall between the gas tank and cockpit but with a solid floor the fuel could run down the floor into the cockpit. I also have spacers between the floor and frame as others have suggested.
  11. I couldn’t find a spare tire rack that I liked that was compatible with my rear bumper. So I decided to fabricate a plate for the spare tire and mount that to a rack I bought.
  12. Keep finding stuff to put on the Talon. Finished up fabricating a plate to mount a spare tire.
  13. I recently bought a Talon that has what Honda calls i-4WD. In a nutshell, braking pressure is applied to a wheel that is spinning more than the others. When driving there is a huge difference between 2WD and 4WD. In 2WD the backend slides very easily. The majority of the straight line tracking is probably because of the plain 4WD but I would think that the i-4WD helps some. Maybe an all wheel drive buggy would be a good first step for your next project.
  14. Glad this worked for you. It also worked great for my SU mid, thanks to Sean at Weddle.

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