show your rhino's

Welcome to DezertRangers
Join the community. Register today for all the benefits of membership.
Register

Rmason

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2004
251
1
0
Temecula
some specs

- Seat dropped race rhino built by Mason Motorsports
- 797cc ACI stroker engine and ACI clutch
- 2.5" 10" stroke fox internal bypass shocks on all corners
- Mason Motorsports long travel suspension
- Gear One midboard hubs and axles and gusseted front spindles
- Racerx race radio, intercom system, parker pumpers
Laurence GPS, 6 soltek fuego hids with baja designs electronic actuator.
- Aluminum roof, sidepanels and rear cover by CRB fab.
- Ron Davis radiator and large oil cooler.
 

04yfzkid

I are smarts
Mar 21, 2007
33,365
230
63
Flagstaff, AZ
how reliable is that motor and how much power is it pushing? My parents are trying to decide weather to buy a supercharger or turbo, and I think all motor might be more reliable..
 

Rmason

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2004
251
1
0
Temecula
To tell you truth this motor is about as big as you can make a rhino motor and it has to be rebuilt after every race. If you start pushing too much horsepower out of these its hard to make them live. the cases are not very strong. i have actually broken the cases on the motor where the cylinder bolts down. we also had to use larger diameter arp studs for the cylinder and head and use a copper head gasket because we were stretching the stock head bolts and even pulling the threads out of cylinder.
 

Rmason

Senior Member
Sep 30, 2004
251
1
0
Temecula
the motor has not been dyno tuned. the car weighs around 1700 pounds and with another 400 pounds between the driver and co-driver it ran 62 mph on gps. a stock rhino weighs around 1100 pounds and does 40 mph.
 

Balls2theWall

OG Member
Nov 18, 2006
1,013
0
0
Phoenix, Arizona

Latest posts

Today's birthdays

New Threads

New Classifieds

latest desert trips

Member Builds