Suspension was widened by 5 inches on each side by installing a bolt-on A-arm kit from Long Travel Industries. It turned the
trail-going Teryx into a viable racer.
Momo quick-release steering wheel.
When we asked Fabwerx to put a
value on the actual time spent fabricating the top half of the chassis and
installing the sheet-metal dash and
body panels, they told us $8500. If you
have that kind of money, Fabwerx
can do this kind of treatment to any
machine. Contact them at (818) 438-
On Low Fat, the stock A-arm
mounting points all remain, as do the
OEM CV joints. To widen the suspension, Lytle bolted on (LTI) Long Travel
Industries’ Plus 5-inch suspension kit.
The A-arms are made out of strong
chromoly plate and feature an encapsulated Uniball attachment at the top
and bottom of the spindle instead of
the much smaller, stock ball joint.
Up front, he used 2-inch-diameter
King internal bypass shocks offering
14 inches of wheel travel. Out back,
2.5-inch Kings are used moving a full
16 inches. Stock wheel travel is only
8 inches. Five-inch-longer Summers
Brothers 300m axles were fitted into
the stock CV joints. Kawasaki probably has the strongest CV joints in
the industry. The stock sway bar was
The dash was moved back 10 inches. The seats were lowered
and moved back as well. The dash incorporates the stock
instrument display, light switches and a Lowrance GPS.
The stock radiator was relocated on the rear section of the
Fabwerx cage. The tubing and sheet-metal work has an estimated cost of $8500.