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  • #46
    Been awhile since we posted. So far Liam is in 3rd place for points with just two race weekends left in the season!

    We have done a fair amount of upgrades to the car since our last post and everything has helped Liam get much faster and more comfortable in the car.

    Major clutch improvements
    Dyno time at 2X motorsports
    Carr one Chain tensioner
    LoneStar billet rear +1" hubs
    Elka stage 4 shocks built by Roll Design as their works spec package( huge improvement)
    Ultra Shield race products full containment seat( huge improvement in comfort and seating position)

    A few items still left on the upgrade list

    AIM data logger - Really want this to help with coaching and knowing exactly where improvements are needed
    Sparks racing exhaust - Current Pro Circuit set up is limiting
    SDI aluminum front hubs - Drastically lighter than stock


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    “Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you.”

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    • #47
      Wow, that thing is getting even more serious. That seat is awesome, and the safety is key. Also, congrats on being in 3rd in points in his first year out.
      -TJ

      "You can lead a horse to water... but you can't make it dune"

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      • #48
        Do you have the stocker swingarm you want to get rid of?

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Empire231 View Post
          Do you have the stocker swingarm you want to get rid of?
          I have everything but the stock swing arm. The stock one are weak and generally start to fold under light abuse.
          “Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you.”

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Savage View Post

            I have everything but the stock swing arm. The stock one are weak and generally start to fold under light abuse.

            Yeah definitely weak! Is there any better options than lonestar or factory UTV out there? Or something strong that isn’t $500?

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            • #51
              Yea Carr One has a super bad ass one, for $700. Just put it on Carsons car after the XMF one we had on had so many cracks we couldn't fix anymore.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Empire231 View Post


                Yeah definitely weak! Is there any better options than lonestar or factory UTV out there? Or something strong that isn’t $500?

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                Unfortunately not. we run the lonestar setup and has never given any issues. Plus they are only 5 miles away and always take care of us. BUT.... Like jeff said, Carr One makes probably the absolute best set up. The axle/chain tension set up is by far superior to any of the other options.

                You could always go to stone built racing and buy a used take off for $250 but you would probably want to plate in the sides so that it would last longer. Your swing arm looks like the original design but the newer models use an updated tube frame(still a weak point).

                https://stonebuiltracing.com/product...stock-swingarm
                “Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you.”

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Savage View Post

                  Unfortunately not. we run the lonestar setup and has never given any issues. Plus they are only 5 miles away and always take care of us. BUT.... Like jeff said, Carr One makes probably the absolute best set up. The axle/chain tension set up is by far superior to any of the other options.

                  You could always go to stone built racing and buy a used take off for $250 but you would probably want to plate in the sides so that it would last longer. Your swing arm looks like the original design but the newer models use an updated tube frame(still a weak point).

                  https://stonebuiltracing.com/product...stock-swingarm
                  Thanks for the feedback. Yeah at that point it's better to pony up for aftermarket, than another stocker that will break. My girls abuse the heck out of this thing.

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                  • #54
                    If you're not racing it I would just order the LSR one. I know they are running a batch this week or next as well, so turn around will be quick.

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