Anyone Used Or Seen The Extreme Cars Conversion?
Posted 12 July 2009 - 04:20 PM
Front engined front drive bike engined kit £3k (includes sub frame, chains & adjuster, differential, drive shafts, exhaust, radiator, gear lever, reverse and coil over)
Posted 13 July 2009 - 09:17 PM
Posted 13 July 2009 - 11:42 PM
Posted 14 July 2009 - 04:59 AM
Their sign up on the building even looks like it´s photoshop.
Google earth shows no buildings like that in Ropery Street.
Extreme cars had a big presence at the kit car show at Stoneleigh, pretty sure it was them with one of the most impressive Lamborghini replicas i have ever seen, they also had the Hayabusa Smart car and a rear engined mini, again Hayabusa i think.
The mini had a very good quality paint job, the mini and the Smart car had a barrier around them and you couldn't get very close, this was a separate part of their stand and seemed to be unmanned, so no one to give details, just a notice saying "coming soon" and some leaflets.
Posted 14 July 2009 - 09:34 PM
I am looking to fit an R1 engine into a car. I would have liked to have done it to the smart car, but the smartuki kit was way out of my price range. I bought a mini mayfair as the kit is much cheaper. Looking at the price they're doing the smart kit for I might sell my mayfair automatic and go for the smart kit as I think it will work out cheaper in the long run. I wont need to spend money trying to sort rust etc on a smart.
Posted 19 July 2009 - 10:03 AM
He seemed nice enough. He mentioned that pictures were going up on the web in about 2 weeks and the kits should be available in about 8-12 weeks as they are still testing and making sure everything is sweet.
hhmmm I will be keeping an eye out for this one. I just would like a kit that is legal here on the roads in Sydney, Australia. So far only the Pro-Motive is but I would like options. Not planning to buy one for up to 12 months anyway, by my 31st birthday in May is my goal to have a kit and start working on it as I keep putting it off.
On a different note, for those that mentioned they knew of my rgv500, I won the readers choice award for best modified bike of the year, against all those turbo bikes. Long live the 2 strokes
Edited by cosi, 19 July 2009 - 11:51 AM.
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