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    Revilo's Completed quad build

    Completed and it runs (14,600 rpm under load)
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    more pics and some with his buddy
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    Only reason I am able to qualify because of video is thanks to Arick. This will be the last build competition I enter where running proof is necessary. THANK YOU ARICK!!!!

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    This quad is just so well thought out. There are so many extra details in the frame that are simply amazing. I lam amazed by this build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by depog revilo View Post
    Only reason I am able to qualify because of video is thanks to Arick. This will be the last build competition I enter where running proof is necessary. THANK YOU ARICK!!!!
    My Pleasure!!!! However, this video and picture that i'm about to post has no indication of any "pleasure" haha. I'll leave you to explain.



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    This quad handles extremely well with the custom ADA duallies in the back. Always top notch builds coming from this guy!

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    that quad is looking sick... hows that axle holding up ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcmk29.5port View Post
    that quad is looking sick... hows that axle holding up ?
    Axle is holding up good so far. I have tested it with a reeded 60 gearing at 9/56 and 9/64. I have also run this axle with the 460 geared at 8/64. Arick has a video from shortly after I THOUGHT I had snapped the axle. This past weekend I had things come apart a little while Arick and I were racing.

    What had truly happened was that as all the vibrations and extreme force being pushed to the side, one of the hub bolts backed out a little and allowed the axle to slide through the other hub and loosen up the whole rear. I put it all back together and retightened. We went out yesterday (above video was shot and I'll explain that here in a sec) and I pushed it as hard as I could. All held together but I think I am going to incorporate either some thread locker or a lock washer on the hub clamping bolts.
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    This is actually a great story now that my pain is almost finally gone. For those that remember reading my story about flipping a quad in a parking lot, this incident shown in the video happened within 20ft of the exact spot where I flipped one of my other quads. There is something cosmically unaligned for me at those exact GPS coordinates.

    It is very hard to see but just around 4-5 sec in the video you can see a little white piece fly up off the pavement shortly after that in the video you can hear some sounds coming from me of shear pain. The little white piece you see come up is the the rock shown in the picture here. When I was getting into the 11,000 RPM range (guessing around 30mph), this little white rock came up through the middle of the frame and smacked me directly in my "Right Rock". I have now considered adding a sheet of stainless under the front of the frame for this reason. I couldnt get pulled over fast enough and was sure something had popped.


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    My Pleasure!!!! However, this video and picture that i'm about to post has no indication of any "pleasure" haha. I'll leave you to explain.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketped View Post
    Damn Texan

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    great job Oliver!

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    Beautiful build Revilo, you never disappoint with your builds.


    I must apologize though, someone getting hit in the berries is always rather comical. I'm still grinning as I type this. Hope the Hardy boys are okay!!
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    Great looking build DR. Where did you source the longer rear axle for the make-shift dually's?

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