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(Step 1) Joyrider - Chassis

(Step 1) Joyrider - Chassis
(Step 1) Joyrider - Chassis

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(Step 1) Joyrider - Chassis
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Step 1 - Joyrider Chassis


The Blitzworld Joyrider chassis is the first step to building the Joyrider Sport buggy, either for road or off road use. The chassis is made from very strong CDS 1.1/4" Tube, with 40x40 box section on the base of the chassis for strength. The Joyrider chassis will take virtually any engine including a bike engine, but we recomend a car engine as it is cheaper and more powerfull.

This page is a guide to the options available on building the chassis with your own engine or one of Blitzworlds off the shelf engines. We currently use the Saxo VTS engine as it is used in the Peugeot and the Citrone cars and is readily available and cheap for parts. The Saxo VTS gearbox also can be fitted with a limited slip diff, for extra off road grip.

latest Joyrider chassis, (showing running gear not included with chassis).

The price listed at the top of the page is for the bare chassis only, all the other components including the aluminium floor etc are listed at the bottom of the page.

joyrider-sport-13.jpg joyrider-chassis-plan.jpg

Options Available

joyrider-new-lower-rear-arm.jpg Aluminium Checker plate floor Powder coating 
Trailing Arms                        Aluminium Floor               Powder Coating                

Trailing Arms
Ally Floor