Nice, soft PRP seats keep both the driver and passenger
comfy and secure for hours of racing. They are a must if you
do anything more than weekend trail rides.
A trick Momo racing steering wheel gives comfortable control
to the driver, while dual GPS units can be used by the driver
and is where the navigator’s eyes are glued to during the
trailing arms in the rear are outfitted with Fox 2.5- and 3-inch shocks,
respectively. These are the race-spec
shocks with full adjustments, dual-rate springs and crossover rings. You
can’t get a more sensitive shock package than this. The sway bar was
upgraded with a Currie unit with
new mounts. The longer axles are
supplied by Summer Bros.
To be legal for desert racing, you
have to do much more than install an
aftermarket roll cage. The cage itself
must be made of better material and
be welded to the chassis well below
the stock mounting point. This car is
not unlike many others, which gets
all-new tubing, except the lower frame
rails and upper shock mounts, which
must remain in the stock location to fit
within the rules. Vendetta Motorsports
took care of all this fab work. They also
relocated a 20-gallon Harmon fuel cell
behind the driver’s seat and relocated
the PWR radiator back there as well.
The driver is closely protected with
window nets and five -point seat belts.
PRP took care of those duties in this
car, as well as the large racing seats.