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125 HP Jr. Dragster

Postby sandaltered » Wed Mar 04, 2015 12:22 pm

This thing must fall on its face after the 60' timer and then pick it right back up just before the mph lights?????


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Re: 125 HP Jr. Dragster

Postby tpatton » Thu Mar 05, 2015 1:58 am

Definitely something wrong with those numbers.
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Re: 125 HP Jr. Dragster

Postby hayshakerracing » Thu Mar 05, 2015 9:43 pm

That would be a very budget friendly racer for only $1800 if it does what they say. Couldn't imagine a "junior" dragster being very stable at 90+ mph.
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Re: 125 HP Jr. Dragster

Postby sandaltered » Fri Mar 06, 2015 6:30 am

Granted the 60' and mph are fantasy. I think the 4.5's are also a little hard to believe with that engine. I think a quad with that engine would even struggle to go that quick.

The 670 Rotax engine is a popular cheap swap for a quad, and they run like 4.3's or 4.2's in stock trim if I remember correctly. But I don't know of anybody using the engine that he's describing.

But, Motivational Tubing is selling these Jr. Comp dragster which are basically Jr. Dragster for adults. These seem like they would be a lot of fun with an RX-1 engine in it like Aaron Korner is running in his buggy.
http://www.motivationaltubing.com/JR-COMP.html
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