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SIDE BY SIDE KIT CAR

 
(3/17/2009)
 CHEVY POWERED SIDE BY SIDE


  
   In the classic auto world, kit cars are an inexpensive way for you to own your dream car.
That same concept is now available in the side-by-side world in the form of a Predator X-18 Kit. For $17,000 you get everything needed to start building your own long travel, two-seat race car, pre runner or duner. If the price seams steep, you should know that a fully built race Rhino or Polaris RZR can cost upwards of $40,000. This machine is designed form the ground up for strength, safety and most of all fun not as a utility machine.
  Complete cars retail for $28,000 and come with a 2.2l Chevy Ecotec engine, mated to an easy to use CVT transmission. This same engine is found in many Chevy passenger cars and is fast becoming a favorite engine for  many racing disciplines. Look for a test of a completed Predator car in an upcoming issue. If you can’t wait that long, log on to www.predator-offroad.com or call them at (951) 259-3339.



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WARNING: Much of the action de­pict­­ed in this magazine is potentially dan­gerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced ex­­perts or professionals. Do not at­tempt to duplicate any stunts that are be­­yond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
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