How much does it cost to build a rock bouncer buggy?
That’s not exactly NASCAR money, especially as the newer, competitive 600-plus-hp rigs (they are always “rigs” or “buggies” and never “cars”) cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $70,000 to build.
How wide are rock bouncers?
Technical Specifications: Wheel Base – 115″ to 122″ Widest Point – 55″ Weld Type – MIG.
What transmission do rock bouncers use?
What Transmission Is In A Rock Bouncer? In addition to being connected to an SCS transfer case via PTC Powerglide, the Big Block is routed on a PTC Patternglide transmission. Its High Angle Drive shafts power the TORQ 3rd members, making Interco Tires spin with RCV hubs and axles.
What axles do rock bouncers use?
Full long travel suspension with at minimum dana 60 axles and running monster 43-47″ tires. Most rock bouncers will use Chevy crate motors and can range anywhere from 600hp all the way up to as much as 1100hp.
How much horsepower does a rock crawler have?
Many Rock Bouncers are powered by GM crate motors coupled to custom transmissions and transfer cases. Typical power output for these beasts varies between 500 to 750 horsepower (although many now push 1000 hp), and the torque exceeds anything seen on street vehicles.
Whats the difference between a rock crawler and a rock bouncer?
The major difference between the two is their suspension. Rock crawlers have a solid front axle with leaf springs whereas rock bouncers have coil springs up front – this means the rock bouncer can bounce over bumps without getting stuck like a rock crawler might do if it hits an obstacle (rock).
How much horsepower do rock bouncers have?
What is the difference between a rock crawler and rock bouncer?
What does a Dana 60 come in?
The Dana/Spicer Model 60 is an automotive axle manufactured by Dana Holding Corporation and used in OEM pickup and limited passenger car applications by Chevrolet, Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Ford and Land Rover. There are front and rear versions of the Dana 60.