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Superstition Mtn run this saturday 2003/10/4? and or imperial dunes


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#1 Rooinater

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Posted 29 September 2003 - 03:50 PM

don't move please

don't know if anyone would like to go. it's about an hour to hour 30 outside of san diego on I8. just putting the offer out if anyone wants to come. depending on who shows up is the difficulty of trails we run. they are supposed to have anything for trail difficulty from sandy road, to dunes, to difficult rock trails, to extremely hard lockers required and no fear of any dent trails.

all who'd like to go post and or email me. any questions post them or email them to me too.

#2 SteelyDel

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Posted 29 September 2003 - 11:06 PM

Hi Roo
The trails are meant for the vehicles with long travel suspension I'm sure you know that. Easy on the gas, 4"-8" travel isn't enough depending on speed. I enjoyed off-roading the Anza-Borrego RV park in my 4WD HB few years back with some friends. Got tempted to run fast on the trail:brow:, (driving the SCORE way) behind is a huge dust cloud (cool to see) until I hit one big woopsy. 3-4 feet up the air and nose first going down (that's how we stopped). Bumps on the head, seatbelt burn on the necks, a friend in the back..a blackeye. We hit sand and fortunately the car was fine.
You'll have fun there in Superstition don't forget to swing by Plaster City.
Also try the night run or maybe wait until Halloween it's a BLAST there!
Have you tried Parker AZ yet?
Goodluck to you
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Posted 30 September 2003 - 03:16 PM

parker is for a weekend soon... maybe next weekend. but this area is closer.

i have at least twice that 8 inches of travel i have about 18 to 22 inches travel. disconnected sway bar and heavier tires help strectch out that suspension. still not massive. but when i see it i'll be able to judge if i could have a chance of making it. i try not to jump my suby anymore cause all i do is break stuff. i'm a slow goer.




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