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#1 dominicv

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Posted 24 December 2005 - 10:58 AM

Good morning Folks,

I am a new member to this site.

My interests at this time is Subaru Trike building, anyone out here share same interest, also where can I check for pictures.

Regards

Dom

#2 stumpy

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Posted 24 December 2005 - 11:16 AM

Hello and welcome to the board. Lots of good info here and at least one member who has built a trike. You will find it in this thread! http://www.ultimates...ighlight=trikesI also am interested in a trike or a 3 wheeled car which you can check out at www.3wheeler.com They have a great history on them their.

Have an 89GL 10 Turbo FWD Auto if time and money ever come together I would like to see transformed.
Again, welcome, Stumpy

#3 redsatt

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Posted 24 December 2005 - 06:28 PM

hi all, another newbie here, im also building a soob powered trike up here in the great white north of Canada, its a EA82 powered with a Yahama Seca front end with dual front brakes, and anti dive front forks, Im thinking i may change to a carb and distributor from an older soob rather than mess around with the fuel injection electronics, anyone have any advice? the engine and front wheeel drive tranny are from a 91 Loyale , I also have a 4 wheel drive manual drive train from another 91 loyale, anyone need parts? ha ha , anyway any advice or input or just plain note swapping with other builders would be great, my e mail is redsatt@hotmail.com if anyone wants to drop a line, also on msn under the same name sometimes, thanks and im glad to find this group, it proves im not the only one who thinks this powerplant has possibilities!

#4 Skip

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Posted 26 December 2005 - 10:21 AM

Hi Dom

Welcome to the good ship USMB

My "Trike" project is a bit different

Based on the late 70's kit car the "Trimuter"

She will be called the Tri-mutation"

Mine is getting a EA81 - no T-belt issues
Using a snowmobile drive system
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Posted 27 December 2005 - 07:00 PM

Good evening Skip,

I've seen that design before "RILEY's" right, did you built the foam core yourself, is it fibreglassed yet, she will look good.

Skip, unfortunately I am not a mechanic, but I like the sound of the ( snowmobile drive system ), how do you manage to adapt that to a Subaru motor, wow!!!.

Dom




Hi Dom

Welcome to the good ship USMB

My "Trike" project is a bit different

Based on the late 70's kit car the "Trimuter"

She will be called the Tri-mutation"

Mine is getting a EA81 - no T-belt issues
Using a snowmobile drive system
Posted Image



#6 leeschaumberg

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Posted 09 January 2006 - 11:14 AM

I have many photos on my web site www.trikerlee.com so take a look. If you see some thing that i should have tell me!
Lee




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