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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    We are opening a new shop called Tehachapi Fabrication We will be working on off road vehicles and custom fabrications. Engine builds for the utv"s and suspension's. We have been in this business for years but not officially. We have built custom buggies rock crawlers performance trucks, almost anything off road. We are a repair shop for Joyner and might be a dealer soon. our number 661 822 8111 hope to here from you guys soon.
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    Installed a Lowrance 7ti We also installed a new radiator from a Aluminum Performance Radiator +12" Fan For 94- 98 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF GTI VR6 MK3 V6 Thee radiator was 125.00 with fans. It was almost a bolt in. We mounted the radiator in rubber and had to add a water fill from the old joyner radiator. The joyner radiator started to leak at the coolant tubes. More to come Hasta
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    We will be using the honda 5 speed with a spool and the honda outer CV spindle. the honda has the same wheel bolt pattern 4x115
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    Yea the buggy won't run with the RZR 1000 with out the turbo. The engine is a little suspect and the trans has no second gear synchro, so you have to be nice shifting from 1st to 2nd. I think the next thing we are going to do in install a Honda K engine. The engine is one of the least expensive and at 200 hp I think it run very well. With the long travel we have the buggie should have no problem staying up with some of the fastest UTV.
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    The buggy has 27" tires it will run 70MPH at about 5500 rpm The engine is a stock 1100 chery
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    Hay 2 scoops do you have any Questions
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    Sorry it has taken so long to reply. We have been very busy with other projects If we can help with your project let us know. All parts are available for your Joyner The brakes on our sand viper were not so good with the larger tires. the rotors are 10". We are at this time using the stock calipers with 14" wheels. Haven't taken the joyner out yet for a test drive. Power steering works grate. The doors really keeps the dirt and brush out of the car. We also fixed the shift linkage it was very stiff. we found out the alignment of the cables needs to be better than factory set up. now the shiftier is very easy to shift. I think the joyner is down on power compared to the RZR's Maybe Honda K engine is next. More to come . Hasta
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    Side Doors for the SV1100

    Sorry for the delay for the pictures. I will post them soon I have to get the buggie out of the trailer
  9. Just made doors for the sandpiper, will post pictures soon. long travel is working well needs a little tune. Plans to build a Wind screen for winter is in the works. Body is almost done.
  10. We now have Electric Power steering for the Sand viper
  11. We are going to make up some suspension upgrades for the Joyner is their any interest in the long travel
  12. Correction Our first attempt was 100 and 100 springs. We are now using 100 and 175 lb spring front and rear with a combined spring rate of 65lbs. The front weight is 350LB the rear is 600LB dead lode. I think going from 100 to 250 (71lb spring rate) will be a little harsh of a spring rate change. We go from a 100 lb spring to a 175 spring ( 63 spring rate) with a primary spring stop on the shock. with the front only weighing 275 with rider per side a nominal spring rate of 50 lbs + is about right. The shocks we are using have a 12" travel using about 5" compression for ride height, wheel travel is about 14". Shock dampening is a big part of how the shock will work. Right now we have the shocks set up with very low damping in both directions. we are using a micro cellular bump stop of about 2.5 ". We don't jump the bug just riding over desert terrain. We still need to do more testing in large bumps. At this time the 12" woops are not a problem.
  13. We now have been running this set up for a while still adjusting the spring rate and shock dampening getting closer. At this time we are at 100LBS primary spring and 100LBS secondary in the front and rear. With this suspension setup you won't spill your cocktail .
  14. I'm Very sorry for the long delay on the response. The stock rear hub assembly is bolted to the new rear trailing arm with tabs. If their is any one Interested in this suspension set up let me know.
  15. Hi Joyner Gang New to the Joyner group. I'm making long travel for the 1100 Sand viper. I'm trying to make something that will work as well or even better than the RZR Rino etc. At this time the front has 14" travel rear has 16" of travel. Still developing the suspension. comets are welcome. Ask questions and I will get back to the Forum ?