I have been waiting for a long time to get a chance to give you guy’s some Spy Photos.
To Be Continued...
To Be Continued...
I think you are very correct, but Todd Romano at DFR is selling machines like this to the Arabs in Kuwait and UAE now I believe. They opened a DFR over there and that is where the money is now. So I imagine these machines are going there to some rich oil shiek's garage for his kids to play in the sand dunes. This car won't pass tech for BITD races in anything other than the Sportsman class. In SCORE, it'll be okay, but then it's running with all the big dollar machines. Kind of like Robby Gordon running his $400,000 Trophy Truck against Pistol Pete's rig. Even though Rubby wins a lot, there are by far more fans rooting for Pistola any day....not trying to be smart here, but post number 8 pretty much sums it up correct? one-off parts, non-factory race clutches, hand built clutch to transfer case linkages, and can accept a different engine. i mean i kinda hit the nail on the head right?
Yeah, but BITD requires stock engine and transmission in the PRO class (but would be legal in the Sportsman class). But it does look nice. How will you get past the BITD rule of using a manufacturer's main chassis rails with stock mounting points for A-Arms. Or will this be built on different manufacturer's chassis'?Darryl when I heard what they are thinking this will cost in kit form I about craped myself. You’re not going to have to be royalty to get one and you can put any motor you want into this set up. Trust me man, I'm pay check to pay check and this will still be on my wish list. I'll be able to give you guy's the true low down as soon as Baja comes around. I bet you will be surprised on the bang for your buck factor. Plus we are going to test the hell out of this thing before we sell it HaHa. This Baja will be yet another stride to break the mold from Dragonfire and I think once this thing is revealed it will change the sport of UTV. This car will pass most any competition you can find in the USA as well as Dakar.
1300 lbs no spares.
these Nessies are now, SCORE, BITD and FIA legal. We went through FIA homoligation so the vehicle can race in the SCORE class in DAKAR. They are already racing in Morraco in and FIA sanciton Series.
The motor you put in it, dictates the class you run in.
We have a DFR MSO for Title and Registration. We are considered a SXS manufacture.
We are testing this vehicle and our new AWD clutch and transmission in teh 500 and 1000, and then off to DAKAR
This car will do over 115 MPH, and Meets all the FIA Score Requirements for the SCORE Class in DAKAR.
The transmission below in the pictures was designed in house. and allows any vehicle to maintain 4wd with any no CVT motor
Darryl is on top of it. You might want to check these out... Like I said ANY motor...