If you are not familiar with the F-Mod class in SCCA Autocross, these cars are one of the cheapest ways to go fast. They use a snowmobile drivetrain (Rotax motor and centrifugal clutch setup). This means the driver does not need to shift. There is only a gas and brake pedal.
Two young kids and other time commitments mean it is time to step away from F-Mod for a while. The car started off as a 1984 Red Devil. It has since been updated/modified several times. I believe it now has a modified KBS back half. The general specs for the car:- Rotax 493 Motor (3 events since it was freshened up)- Polaris Primary- Team TSS-04 Secondary- Chain Drive- Aluminum fuel tank behind/under the seat back(not a fuel cell)- 75 wheelbase (was originally a short wheelbase car)- Electronic Power Steering
The 12"x6" + v-nose enclosed trailer I use for the car is included in the listed price.
The car is located in the Tampa, FL area. I may be driving up to Ohio in the next couple months. So, delivery along that route is a potential option.
The car recently finished first and second (in a field of 6) at the Ft Myers Pro Solo. In 2015, I finished mid-pack at nationals in the car, but I think I"m generally a mid-pack driver at this point.
The car currently has a RaceCapture Pro data logger setup and a Digitron tach/EGT. The data logger is setup with engine RPM, throttle position, steering position, and front brake pressure (in addition to the GPS and accelerometer integrated in the unit). It still requires some tinkering, but it integrates fairly well with the SoloStorm app.
There are a lot of spares that would come with the car. Some of them are well used, others are in good shape. I have a couple motors that need top end work and one that was described as a running junk yard motor. I haven"t opened it up yet, but I was expecting to put a set of rings in it. There are a few new 493 pistons and a gasket set. I also have a good used primary clutch. Lots of clutch weights. A few different primary and secondary clutches that I believe were used earlier in the car"s history. A few suspension and brake spares. A set of wheels with rain tires (older, but still somewhat soft), and 3 other complete sets of wheels (one with new tires - only ran at the Ft Myers Pro, one with last year"s tires, and one with the prior year"s tired). I have two more sets of wheels that have 1 rim damaged - both damaged during tire mounting.