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  • I have an extra belt that I can ship today. Shoot me an offer over in a PM.

  • Quote from wjfyfe: “Quote from TravAZ: “What you are likely noticing is 1 or 2 things.... 1. As the belt heats up during aggressive driving, the belt stretches and tension is reduced. This makes the belt quieter, on machines where the belt tension is on the tight range of the spectrum. 2. You knocked off a bunch of debri/dirt that was making the belt louder than normal. Both are easy to validate... ” WHOA, boy am I having a major brain fart here maybe, I thought that as the belt heated up it got…

  • What you are likely noticing is 1 or 2 things.... 1. As the belt heats up during aggressive driving, the belt stretches and tension is reduced. This makes the belt quieter, on machines where the belt tension is on the tight range of the spectrum. 2. You knocked off a bunch of debris/dirt that was making the belt louder than normal. Both are easy to validate...

  • @scott.mowrey1 the NA tune is still on group buy. Follow the link above that @BKL posted for instructions on how to execute.

  • Whats the powder color called on those wheels? They look really good!

  • @FunCycle Two lanes and he was in the right lane. I don't see an issue with his lane position during the run. To me, it just looks like the braking area was pretty short and narrow. A lot of these cars are now going over 200mph in a half mile. He definitely had issues after the run when trying to slow down. I would blindly guess that maybe it was a chute issue, but I haven't read anything specific to this incident. Either way, there was very little room for error.

  • Very sad deal. I am sure the video will be pulled down soon, but I wanted to share so people could understand the car, speed, and track conditions. The end of track looked really sketchy to me, but I wasn't there and it is hard to tell from a poor video. youtu.be/UaWIPngK_vg RIP

  • Wolo 619 Air Horn. amazon.com/Wolo-619-Big-Bad-Horn/dp/B008J151H4 Took the time to make a custom bracket and wired it to only have 2 of them break on me. They are junk. For me, if you cant mount a new horn in the stock location, it isn't worth doing.

  • NITTO - NT555R

    TravAZ - - AllThingsSlingshot.com

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    ^ Agree with the above. It is a R compound tire and is meant to be used as a drive to the dragstrip in fair weather, make passes, and drive home in fair weather. Not really a good choice for a SS.

  • On the west coast, used junkyard 2.4s are going for $600 - $850. These all have considerable miles though; usually around 80-120k. The rare finds that are under 50k miles go for $1,000 to $1,500. There isn't really a noticeable price difference between the Slingshot style engine/block and the newer "better" blocks that you would likely use when building a forged engine. A low mileage Slingshot take out engine shouldn't be priced the same as a junkyard engine. A higher mileage junkyard motor shou…

  • Quote from MACAWS: “That looks awesome, I bet you will get to hear those musical turbo noises real clear with that set up. Especially without a filter Is that a bigger turbo that the original set up? When will you get to take it out for the first run? ” I have been driving it for awhile. Just forgot to post about it. Same size Precision turbo as before, but the ball bearing model.

  • No more pointing out to people where the turbo is anymore... nhsVrWZ.jpg D8jI8aG.jpg GW6XdqF.jpg NSm0Y4r.jpg

  • I wish you would post these types of conversations outside of your "vendor area" so people could respond without the fear of being deleted or edited. I think it will drive a much better conversation that will benefit all forum members. Just a thought...

  • NRG lug nuts

    TravAZ - - Slingshot General Discussion

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    Legal California BS, as always. Almost all "niche" aftermarket parts say for off-road use only.

  • I won't speak for Bob, but I am too guessing that he would do the $20 to re-flash it if you have already paid.

  • It is perfectly fine and a lot of people have done so. The weight each wheel handles and the abuse it takes on the Slingshot is minimal compared to regular vehicles.

  • Quote from edwardaneal: “I sure would love it if some day, some how, there could be a slingshot track day here - Chuckwalla Valley Raceway Its fairly near by (for me) - and Its centrally located to Los Angeles, Las Vegas & Phoenix Heck, it even has 40 on site cabins we could rent I can dream can't I ? ” There are events at that track with Pro Motorsports where I worked to get the Slingshot approved. It was March 17th and 18th. Look for the new schedule to come out for 2019, sign up for the New M…

  • Have you pushed it back and forth a good deal? As mentioned above, I have seen a couple of Slingshot do this and we pushed them back and forth a few feet and then the button worked. Not sure why, but I would try it...

  • The biggest pickup in MPH will come from traction. It is always the downfall of the Slingshot. HP can conquer aerodynamics as shown in the yourtube video with Leroy as an example. The priority list in my book is below... 1. Traction 2. Power 3. Gearing / Aero

  • Quote from edwardaneal: “Quote from jorgebri60: “Quote from SlingLow: “I've been wondering if either @rabtech or @Kyle D has had the opportunity to run it out to see what the actual top speed might be. There were claims over on TDS of 185 which pretty much everyone called BS on, even though the guy stuck to his guns on his claim. It seems y'all might be able to hit something like that without the half mile limitation... ” 185 in kilometers maybe . Probably the same guy that was going around post…

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