Suzuki Sidekick on sandy hill
My kick on a sandy hill
Suzuki Sidekick Sport custom bumper project
I built this bumper for my 1996 Suzuki Sidekick Sport. The sport submodel was only produced from 1996-1998. It was designed to fit a v6 engine that never made it through the US's safety and emissions programs. As part of that design, the frame rails were spaced further apart than a normal Sidekick. So, even though the sport looks similar to other sidekicks and trackers, certain aftermarket accessories (including bumpers) don't fit. The factory bumper was in rough shape, so I decided to pull it off and make my own. I ended up with a custom plate bumper that looks good, and adds all sorts of functionality to the sidekick. It is equipped with a Warn M8000 winch, Viair 400c air compressor with approximately 2 gallons of air storage, and twin LED light bars for added light.
Suzuki SideFlip Burnout
This was a Suzuki Sidekick at one time. It is now a um I'm not sure what to call it. But anyways this a it doing a burnout. It is only firing on three cylinders and the MAF censor does not work so it does not like to rev. This was also made by a group of 17 year old kids at school in about 2 months. P.S. the large bar is the clutch the cable was lost in the tare down so we flipped the fork on the trans and stuck the bar on it, so shifting gears is quite hard to do.
Offroad Suzuki Sidekick
Spending lunch time with friends offroading in Mt.Vernon, WA.