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marple
Member
posted May 19, 2002 02:35 PM
i'm looking for the coxx chassis website.
i hear these things are wicked fast


4d_POWER
Member
posted May 19, 2002 06:05 PM
http://www.coxracingchassis.50megs.com/

I think they are out of Tennessee.



MattD
Member
posted May 19, 2002 06:30 PM
Yeah, there out of Paris Tennesse, a lot of there chassis compete in my area and they are real good for there price.


WesternAuto17
Member
posted May 20, 2002 08:47 AM
I hope they're wicked fast, I just finished a chassis I bought from them.

I haven't raced it yet, but I am extremely happy with how the car turned out. I give them a big thumbs up.

zoomba31
Member
posted May 20, 2002 12:03 PM
guys i hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it isnt the chassis thats fast....its what you put into it and how you set it up, any chassis can be fast if it is done properly, although i did check there website out and they look like nice race cars.


WesternAuto17
Member
posted May 20, 2002 01:19 PM
Dude, I agree 100%, I just hope I can set this thing up to be fast. How's that?

They provided a very good foundation for me to build on and were very helpful.

zoomba31
Member
posted May 20, 2002 11:35 PM
you should do just fine, most chassis builders will help you get your car up and running anyway, i am jealous of you, wish i had a new one like you is all...lol..if you dont mind me asking how much $$$ you got invested roughly?


WesternAuto17
Member
posted May 21, 2002 09:51 AM
Alright, I'll tell you what I think I got in this thing. I haven't added it all up yet, so this is a guess on the big ticket items.

chassis - $1300
Jr Motorsports 406 - $2100
Dart 215 Heads, Intake and Carb - $1200
Powerglide - $600
Interior stuff (seat, pedals, guages, ect) - $1000
Complete 9" - $700
Shocks - $200
Donor Monte Carlo for body and suspension parts - Free, thanks to a friend, but worth $400
Brakes (4 calipers and discs) - $300

The quick and dirty total is around $7800, turn key. Of course, that doesn't include countless trips to Farm and Fleet for grade 8 bolts and drill bits. I also don't remember the last Friday nite or Saturday I didn't spend in the garage. This an expensive little game. I built this car with idea of putting a different rear clip running it as a Sportsman in the future, so its pushing the envelope of a SS. It would be illegal at most tracks, but our rules are very liberal.

I was lucky, I had some good parts from the old car. I reused the trans, 9", wheels and tires. Anyone need a metric roller with no engine or trans? lol.

zoomba31
Member
posted May 21, 2002 10:02 AM
sounds like you have a nice car now anyway..lol...www.wallsracingteam.com/mark if interested email me and we will talk...good luck this year...and giv'r ****


4d_POWER
Member
posted May 21, 2002 05:24 PM
I have yet to add all my $$$ up,
I don't want to know....LOL!!!!


marple
Member
posted May 21, 2002 06:47 PM
walls racing team?as in hagerstown speedway?


zoomba31
Member
posted May 21, 2002 11:01 PM
yup the same ones...lol they are building my website for me, i did some decals and stuff for jason, good people!


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