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    got a few questions

    alright so i seen this part of the web site i think its pretty cool and was thinkin about maybe doin one.....first what kind of hull would be the best along with what motor and what pump i have built a dune buggy so i can weld and fab up some motor mounts.....and i have a polaris sl 650 with a 750 motor but this seems like it might be a little more fun.......


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    im thinkin about doin a gprxp would the cost be alot and also would it be very hard to do and what about the cdi

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    A GPRXP is way to go.. that road has been paved many many times with success stories. I think the sl650 motor you have would be FANTASTIC motor in a Go-cart/dune buggy project, but I cant see any good reason to put it in a GPR hull.

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