By Paul Moran (DBA Architect) Date 2007-06-27 03:22
Check out this newly completed Imp by Mike. Check out the details including:
French turn signals, tail lights, gas fill neck, inside guages, and speedometer
Mid engine exhaust flipped around
Batman style oil cooler fan intake between the rear seats
EMPI Imp 1002 ('69)/Subaru EJ20 Turbo/LinkPlus ECU
By Bugvert 81 Date 2007-06-27 12:55
I love the agressive lowered raked stance, looks badass.
By mike g 536 Date 2007-07-26 17:49
thanks for the compliment,.. and thanks paul for posting my pics. if anybody has any questions about my imp feel free to email me at email@example.com. regards, mike g
By Mr Bs Bug N Buggy Date 2008-02-07 21:56
Holy Chit Bat Man!!!!!!!!......That buggy is toooooo cooool!!!!!!
I come on here and surf around all over the site when I am bored, and everytime I find something new.
That buggy is just my style, I love the wheelie bars, and that front shot is too cool, I bet it looks bitchen coming down the street at ya.....
Nice job !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Darren & LeAnn.....1 viper dune buggy....
DBA, DSB, Spokane, WA
By Rayth O 670 Date 2008-02-08 05:39
Great looking buggy!! gives me a 50`s mind set looking at it with new influences. hope to check it out in person sometime. thumbs up dude!!
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By GreenMeanie Date 2008-08-26 21:09
Cool looking IMP.
I like seeing what people can dream up doing to their buggies.
By Dale J 1223 Date 2008-10-31 01:33
Sweet buggy, is that a fuel cell in the front?
By mike g 536 Date 2008-10-31 17:00
no thats not a fuel cell, its a stock tank i just "frenched in" a billit fuel door
By Todd A 715 Date 2008-12-28 01:13
What kind of power is that buggy making. Looks like the wheelie bars have been used a couple times.
By mike g 536 Date 2008-12-31 16:36
the car hasnt been on a dyno yet, but a close guess is around 160hp maybe a bit more. the car weighs 920 pounds.
By Sandsurfer Date 2008-12-31 19:53 Edited 2009-01-01 00:29
You need to check your scale, 920lbs. is about 400lbs lighter than a light Manx buggy which has a couple less inches in the chassis. This weighs 790lbs.with no torsions and all made from .055 wall Chromoly tubing along with no front brakes and Mitchell lightweight wheels.
I do like the way is sits!
By Dale J 1223 Date 2009-02-16 22:22
Is that a regular twist off cap under the billet door, on the hood of the rat imp? I am trying to fix a leaky fuel cap. When I fill the tank too high I have fuel leaking from the rubber hose in between or the vent from the cap. I am thinking about putting a billet door on the hood but I only have about 2 1/2 inches in between the tank and underside of the hood.
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