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Cool looking machine, what size engine does it have?
 

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RZRRich said:
......looks like you could have a lot of fun with that. 8) :wink:
I agree. I'd like to find out! 8)
 

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Thats pretty cool, I like it!
 

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Thanks guys and thank you Gary for having patience with a new guy with very little computer savvy.

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Cool looking machine, what size engine does it have?
It's an 1100 4 cylinder. It says Dazon on the cam cover but I thinks it is a generic chinese engine. I was looking at some other makes on the internet
and the BMS 1100 looks a lot like it.

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It's an 1100 4 cylinder.
I'll bet that thing will scoot. The machine itself looks pretty light. How do you like the performance?
 

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Jerry it goes pretty good. According to team Dazon the dry weight on those
is around 879lbs. So in running condition it should still be under a thousand.

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Robert, if you would - get a pic of the engine area. I'd like to see the engine and rear suspension. 8) :wink:
 

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I'd like to see the engine and rear suspension. 8) :wink:
That would be cool to see. I've considered building a buggy and have been looking at all of the set-ups that I can. My biggest struggle has been the debate of what type of tranny and clutch to use. I'm gonna use a 1000cc crotch rocket motor (probably an R1) but gotta have reverse, so using the stock tranny as a stand-alone is out of the question.
 

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Dazon 1100 Picture

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I will have to do these one at a time until i figure out how to post multiple
pictures
 

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You're doing just fine on the pics Robert :wink: . WOW :shock: - that thing sure does have some suspension on it :!: While you're on a roll with the camera bud - post some pics of your 'Other Ride' - you know, the one sitting in the garage. :D 8) :wink:
 

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Re: Rear Suspension

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HOLY COW are those shocks 3 feet long??
I was noticing that. I would've expected much longer A-arms to accompany those shocks.
 

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I think maybe the logic behind the long shocks is to reduce spring compression which in turn produces a smoother ride. Don't know for sure, but I know it rides good and is very forgiving when exposed to sudden bumps or potholes.
 

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RZRRich said:
You're doing just fine on the pics Robert :wink: . WOW :shock: - that thing sure does have some suspension on it :!: While you're on a roll with the camera bud - post some pics of your 'Other Ride' - you know, the one sitting in the garage. :D 8) :wink:
Rich where should I post them. I guess you could call a 53 Buick a sidexside.
Or maybe a 4 seater.
 
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