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I wanted to start this so people have an idea of what we're up to. Not exactly to give away all our secrets of what we're working but to show some stuff that might interest people from vehicles in the shop to parts that we're working on.
This also prevents us from having to create a new thread whenever we update a part or toss around new product ideas, the majority of things can be posted here.
 

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any updates in the rear suspension kit?
 

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Right now we're in the process of getting some minor details ironed out.
What we have is a 6" stretch kit. The stretch will be 100% bolt on but welding some braces and gusset on is heavily advised.
It will maintain very close to stock width and will use stock rear axles. It will be legal in every race series and have an option secondary shock setup to run 2 shocks on the rear for more options. The rear arms will be very similar to our high clearance boxed lowers that we have right now and will have a camber adjustment on the upper and lower arms.
 

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Awesome thanks for the update. I think that kit will make a killer dune/desert machine.


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You should sell those tabs in a little package for the front and rear


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Also regarding the rear stretch. This is something I forgot to address and I know this is the big thing that everyone wants to know.
Yes the rear diff does get relocated. The diff is getting moved back 10.5" so the axles are almost perfectly in line with each other. By doing this we can squeeze another inch or two of travel out of it.
Here's a picture of the solid works drawing in the early stages of the relocation bracket.



And when I said it could hold a secondary shock I wasn't talking about a Rancho.

 

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This may have already been answered (if it has has, I apologize), but anymore news on the two rear bumpers that you were messing around with?
Yes and no. We have an Offroad Expo that we're attending June 20th and we have to get two Mavericks built for that show. It's pushed some products forward and some back. The bunpers unfortunately got pushed back in favor for the rear stretch and the front sway bar.
 

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Nice work AREED, you are taking these Mavericks to the next level. Hope BRP is checking this out for the future. Thanks
 

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Here a couple pictures of the front sway bar setup. It doesn't show everything as these are all mock up parts but you can get the idea of what's going on. We have tested this on the 14' models with power steering and this fits great and has zero issues so it will fit all models.



This is the sway bar mount that attaches to the upper a arm.




We have 3 different bar thicknesses that we're testing and we have multiple mounting holes in the arms so we'll have a tunable bar.
 

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Love it! I'm going to need one


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Rear high clearance lowers shipping out today. This will officially go on sale shortly. They're amazing, lots and lots of work arm put into these.

 

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Yes and no. We have an Offroad Expo that we're attending June 20th and we have to get two Mavericks built for that show. It's pushed some products forward and some back. The bunpers unfortunately got pushed back in favor for the rear stretch and the front sway bar.
Is that show in Louisville by chance?
 

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I like that bumper a lot and would like it even more with some optional removable backbones.....
 
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