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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2007 9:49 pm 
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No. There is no dream kit on the market yet to turn our 150cc buggies into a 250 or 300. Long green still waits for the man that can make this happen.

It will have to come from outside of Carter. They aren't on board with performance parts yet. I can't believe they would hook us up with a bolt in 300cc upgrade kit. :wink:

We would love it though! :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2007 9:54 pm 
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Here is the vid of the race with my 250. Had we left at the same time we would have been neck and neck. But I was close to toped out and the 300 still had throtle to go.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 9:56 pm 
sweet-a buggy, i'm impressed with it. Now if carter could just make it into a single :D


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 Post subject: Looking for "made in USA" mini buggy
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I have a Murry "mini" buggy. I've had to do so repairs and mods; repair-improve rear swing arm; grease fittings on front king pin bushings. I was not to surprised as this is an entry level, fairly crude machine in my opinion. (Still a fun little buggy). But now we have 'the bug'. I am contemplating buying a used manco super duece with an Honda 2 cylinder 18 hp or a new Carter 250. The Carter is a beautiful machine; water cooled, aluminum wheels etc, but I am worried about durability and, being made in china, parts availibility. Does any one have advice? Thanks, Peter


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welcome to buggy news, do a search for the gtr, there are several 250 buggy's that are very nice. the key is to do alot of research before hand.

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