Discussion in 'Performance' started by mschlitzkus, Oct 26, 2012.
Here is mine I just finished:
Here is my truck I am almost finished with it I just had it sent to be painted army tan with all black trim, also added 110 inverter and on board air compressor. I dont think any of us will ever finish our trucks they are addictive
here is mine
Masspilot, how does it do with the tracks over the stock wheels/tires? Is it a lot slower with all the added weight? I drove mine for the first time in the mountains this weekend and it was quite a bit of power difference. I had the stock 21" (with tape measure) and went to 26" tall tires. when climbing it has to be in low now or climbing up any elevation. On level dirt road in 2 wheel high it will still fish tail and spin the tires a little. Nothing like it was before. I did a big K&N style cold air on it and seems to help power a little. I also bumped the timing to 8 degrees. Need some more power some how...
It performs great it is slower with the tracks but I am amazed at what these little monsters will do. With the tracks on it goes through anything.
This is my "go to town truck".I bought it because it is street legal which is pretty much un heard of here in the" Land of Fruits&Nuts".It's a lot of fun to drive and gets a lot of attention.
where did you get those fender flairs jim?
They were on the truck when I bought it but I had to cut them down a little when I put the tires and wheels on it I wasn't sure if they were original equipment or not but they sure look natural.
Yea I like them maybe I can fab some up
here is mine i want to build a cab on the back and always looking to put bigger tires on it. put some steroids in it..lol
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What is it about olive drab ...always makes things look tuff!
What are those wheels?
here is my truck/van 1996 Daihatsu S110V, 4x4, A/C. Kenwood stereo system and a whole lota FUN
My wife had the idea we should go as the Scobby Doo gang and my van got volunteered to be a prop. Thank God for Temper paint, it washed off.
looks great, fine job..
Thanks tob, just looked at your truck. Thats pretty sweet
I nominate greg0187. Maybe he will throw some pics up for us.
I also like Truck-Ken's truck. Those are the only one's I can think atm. He hasn't been active since January this year so I will post a pic for him.
Thanks for the props Daner. Im kind of partial to Dwinks truck.
This in my truck its a Suzuki gsxr 750 engine.
i Built it. i Have a build thread somewhere on that.
I vote for axel truck Philippines baddest mini.
Look at all these trucks you guys have posted. This is one of my favorite things about them. You can't just buy parts off the shelf to customize them. Ever been to an auto show? Its all the same vehicles with all the same bolt on parts. Sure its nice to be able to go down to the custom shop and order up anything and everything you can imagine but whats the fun in that?
Its all about the enginuity of the owner to make it what it is. It makes you use your brain. It brings out creativity. It amazes me to see how resourceful others are.
I love to show off my truck in the rare occasion It even makes it out of the garage. It gets a lot of attention. I take great pride in telling people I built it myself. Frabricated every single piece. It came together with parts from your daily average commuter car, antique jeep, farm equipment, commercial construction equipment, ATV, race components, go cart, robot and everything in between.
This is what makes each and every truck unique and interesting.
that temp paint is awesome! never can seem to find it when i want it though..
The way I get the most out of showing off the truck; 5 minutes into it, I pull the seat/cover. Just for those guys that have some understanding of what it takes to customize something. Every friken time, they ask "how come your AC unit is so big, for such a little truck?"
If that happens to me more than twice I'd start smacking people just saying
So why is it so big? ha just playing dont attack
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