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#1 SRW_Ojan

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Posted 17 April 2013 - 08:59 PM

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Top Speed: 140 MPH
0-60: 5.0 Seconds
Horsepower: 467 @ 6500 RPM
Torque: 405 @ 5850 RPM
Transmission: 5 Speed Sequential
Drivetrain: RWD

The first designed-for-the-dirt vehicle to come off Simraceway's Sonoma-based production lines, the Off-Road Buggy is more-than-capable of laying down a polished performance whatever the obstacle placed in its path -- and at a fraction of the price of its mud-slinging rivals! A front-engine, rear-wheel-drive juggernaut capable of handling the harshest conditions, the Simraceway Off-Road Buggy is 83 inches wide, more than 175 inches in length, and travels on a 122-inch wheelbase. Its 467-bhp, 4.8-liter V8 powerplant produces 405 ft-lb of torque at 5850 rpm, which means that, in harness with its five-speed sequential transmission, it is capable of propelling the 3,400-lb machine from 0-60 mph in an astonishing five seconds -- about the same acceleration as an Audi S5. What's more, flat out (and on a flat surface!) it can hit speeds of around 140 mph, ensuring it's never left choking on its challengers' dust trails.

Please share your reviews, videos, pictures, or critiques about the Buggy in the comment section. And be sure to check back regularly to read our very own Simraceway staff give you some insight into the creation of this high-performance machine. 

 


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#2 ortzinator

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 09:26 PM

Please add slick tires! It's a lot of fun to drive around on tarmac until you flip...



#3 Matrox

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Posted 25 June 2013 - 10:02 PM

ortzinator .. if you make the setup way stiffer(it will be still very soft) it will prevent the buggy from flipping over ;)

 

After you made that the buggy drives realy well on the road - with that car you can realy stop care about any bump in the road xD






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