American Sportworks ATV UTV
Subaru OHV 4-stroke V-twin engine for lots of power • 22 hp with a torque of 33.6 ft. lbs. at 2500 RPM • 25" tires for 14" ground clearance (8" to gearbox) • Tilting bed with 500 lb. capacity • Strut front suspension and rear swing arm suspension ModelCW650 Engine Type4-Stroke OHV V-Twin Engine Size653cc Subaru Speed25mph Fuel Consumption18mpg Range180 miles Starting/Battery12V Electric - 360 cca Backup-Recoil StartNo Spark PlugNGK BPR4EY Fuel Capacity5.0 gal Alternator30 Amp Low Oil Shut DownOil Pressure Warning Light TransmissionCVT TransaxleF-N-R Oil Filled Dana Gearbox DifferentialLocking - Shift on the fly DriveSwitch Engaged On Demand, 4 Wheel Drive Front SuspensionMcPherson Strut Type, up to 5" Travel Rear SuspensionArticulated Rear Swing Arm, Quad Adjustable Shocks, with 3" Travel BrakesHydraulic Disc Front, Hydraulic Drum Rear Front Tires25" X 12" X 10" Rear Tires25" X 12" X 10" Special Features3pt Lap/Shoulder Belts for Driver and Passenger, 35W Headlights, Polyurethane Powder Paint, 2" Rear Receiver Hitch, Dump Bed, Bench Seating, Welded steel frame Dimensions103" X 48" X 75" Wheel Base71" Turning Radius9.5' - Inside Radius Dry Weight1000 lbs. Shipping Weight Bed DimensionsL 34" X W 42" X D 10" Bed Capacity8.25 cu.ft. / 500 lbs. Towing Capacity1100 lbs. Vehicle Capacity1000 lbs. Parking BrakesHand Operated Head RestYes Under Seat StorageYes WarrantyEngine: 3 years All other components: 1 Year
Homebuilt UTV project
My biggest project to date! After suffering sticker shock looking at UTV's to use on our farm, and none of them being exactly what I wanted, I decided to build my own. I want it bigger than a UTV, but smaller than a truck. I want to use a car drivetrain with an automatic transmission so it will have plenty of power and be smoother than the jerkiness you get from driving commercially available UTV's. The most logical car to use as a donor is a Pontiac Fiero as the whole drivetrain and front suspension unbolts as a unit from the body shell. This makes it easy to incorporate into a homebuilt frame without having to custom fabricate a bunch of parts to make it all work. Stay tuned as we make our way through this monumental project. It will take a long time, and will be a lot of work. But it will be worth it when it's done!
Landmaster LM650 Test at Thrashing Trails
We took an American SportWorks Landmaster LM650 utility vehicle to Thrashing Trails, in Xenia, Ohio, to test our new electric fuel pump upgrade. While we were there, we went down some steep hills, up some steep hills, and through some mud...lots of mud. Both the LM650 and our electric fuel pump worked flawlessly. And the trails at Thrashing Trails were a blast! Learn more at: http://www.powerequipmentsolutions.com
LM 200 1st walk around.MP4
Land Master LM 200 WALK AROUND