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Baja Prep: Fuel Cell

Baja Prep: Fuel Cell

Every design element of the car has been re-evaluated, and yes, that means this is a LOT of work to figure out new solutions for old problems. One of our problems along the way has been fuel capacity. It sure doesn’t sound that bad when you say your race car has a 150 mile range, […]

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Transmission Mounts

Transmission Mounts

Way back when, in 2012 when we were welding in our King Kong, we decided we should re-evaluate how our transmission mounts. We had the option of welding the stock transmission mounts back in and using the 3 bolt nose cone to attach to the car, we also had a few options on the market […]

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The Baja 1000 by Paul Massey

The Baja 1000 by Paul Massey

“Whats it going to take to get you guys to come to Baja with us” Two weeks before the race this is not a question I would normally expect to hear and a difficult question to answer. Whatever it took it seemed to happen because its 5am and I am climbing into my car in […]

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How to Follow the Baja 1000

How to Follow the Baja 1000

Well the time is here and we may not have made it to the show this year but we will be there next year. In the mean time, that doesn’t mean you can’t follow the race! So how do you follow the Baja 1000? Well, there are a few ways to do it. First, There […]

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USA 500: Crewin’ for the Dingo

USA 500: Crewin’ for the Dingo

Well, yes, our goal was to go to the USA 500 in our own car and go beat on it to learn and gain experience. Our car needs to have some driving time in it and we need to find its weaknesses. This was going to be our first opportunity to do that… but it […]

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Happy Holidays from PB&J!

Happy Holidays from PB&J!

We like to abbreviate our project by calling it PB&J and as the holiday season gets busier and busier we are finding ourselves taken away from the project for a short time while we spend time with friends and family. Going into 2012 we are very excited to progress with the project. We’ve already made […]

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Preparations for a Cage

Preparations for a Cage

We have been waiting for our parts to finish up for our trans mount and in the mean time we are doing our best to locate some more parts that are needed for our cage. There is so much research to be done in order to select suspension, torsion tubes, springs, spring plates. Then of […]

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Webisode #3: A quick overview

Webisode #3: A quick overview

Well, we have been doing a lot of work on the car and so far we have only given you a ton of photos to look at. Well, we’re changing that. So we are catching up for lost time. Check out this Webisode where we take you through a lot of what we have done […]

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The Overview

The Overview

It is a funny thing working on a 40+ year old car. You can spend hours on a part of the car and it will absolutely look as though you have done nothing to improve the car. So why do it? Why spend all this time when you could just cage it and go race […]

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Sponsor Update: University Bikes

Sponsor Update: University Bikes

We’d like to say thanks to University bikes for joining our team! University bikes has become a supporter of Project Baja and we are glad to have them on board! Since our team is made up mostly of cyclists we are always glad to have a bike shop on board with our effort! Check out […]

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