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Title: speed utv
Post by: dsrace on November 03, 2020, 03:49:16 PM
has onyone taken a hard look at these?  can be 300 hp stock on e85 or i guess there's a larger turbo option for 400 hp. i don't know that for a fact just saw that meantioned on a blog.



https://speedutv.com/product/2-seat-el-diablo-rg-edition-deposit-transferable-non-refundable-copy/
Title: Re: speed utv
Post by: fabr on November 03, 2020, 06:43:00 PM
They look great on paper. I find it interesting they don't post even an approx weight though.
Title: Re: speed utv
Post by: deranged on November 04, 2020, 05:13:33 AM
Definitely a stout looking chassis.  I would say that it is near 2000#.  I would like to know what they are using for CV joints to get the travel with that 77" wide track width.
Title: Re: speed utv
Post by: BrianN on November 04, 2020, 06:07:11 AM
You can get any info on the Speed at GlamisDunes.com. They have a thread on it. Have ya'all seen the carnage that has happened at Glamis recently, since their dune season is starting?!! Holy crap. Looks and sounds like a circus.
Title: Re: speed utv
Post by: dsrace on November 04, 2020, 09:34:18 AM
i have not been on gd.com in a long time. post a link so we can look.

the speed utv looks interesting. is claimed to be very capable and better built. $32k lol pretty sure its 2k lbs also. all pre order at this point, none actually produced as of yet.  i am not a sxs fan but......i think i would buy one of the speed utv over the others IF they live up to there claims.
Title: Re: speed utv
Post by: klasstaffan on March 30, 2021, 08:16:54 AM
It’s about time some one built what the people want and they nailed it
It will be a wicked ride and you don’t have to spend thousands on build one you want , you just be able to take it out and do what ever you want
Title: Re: speed utv
Post by: dsrace on March 30, 2021, 09:49:51 AM
i bet it will be a wicked ride once upgraded to there 400 hp mode on e85.  i'm sure there will be thousands to spend  in aftermarket options for those that want. i do agree that in stock form it appears that it will be the best of the best.