Burnout Challenge - 1990 Isuzu Pickup
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** closed course / private road **
Isuzu D-Max Pick Up Single and Double Cab Ribaltabile Tipper Kipper Bennes Volcador
Isuzu D-Max 3.0 turbodiesel 4x4 single
cab modificato in cassone ribaltabile posteriore radiocomandato.
L'allestimento Leprotto permette di utilizzare il cassone originale dei
pick up come ribaltabile posteriore. La cassa originale viene rinforzata
con una struttura sagomata e nascosta, il ribaltamento avviene tramite una
particolare cerniera a pantografo che consente al cassone di sollevarsi
durante la rotazione permettendogli di scavalcare la barra posteriore.
Centralina oleodinamica 12V 2000W 200Bar pompa 2cc radiocomandata con
Tara veicolo allestito 2000 kg , portata utile 950 kg, massa massima
ribaltabile 1400 kg. Montaggio e collaudo Mctc compresi, prezzo 3000,00
Euro + IVA.
Già realizzato anche su Tata Xenon disponibile per tutte le versioni.
Possibilità di realizzo anche per tuning.
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Baroni Ribaltabili srl 25013 Carpenedolo Brescia ITALY
Offroading my diesel Isuzu pup with stacks and a small lift...
'84 Isuzu P'up (pickup)
2.2L diesel, 4-speed, 4x4
Custom 2.5in Exhaust stacks (yes those
are cherry bombs, I'll be going to a single stack soon)
torsion bar lift (stock rear, so it sags a little) 31x10.5 MudRovers on
15in stock Isuzu aluminum wheels
Only driver seat in now (stock Amigo) until I finish sound proofing and
Silver paint is to cover primer, covering the welds until I can properly
paint the entire truck (have RustBullet black and grey, just need a
I got it back up and running after messing up the tranny and decided to
take it on the dike behind my house to test it out a little (in case
something came loose I'd be close). Everything worked great (wish they
made lockers though) except I need to replace a CV joint (you can hear it
clicking bad when I turn. Over all it did very well. Since there were
very few videos of P'ups offroading I figured I'd make up a little video.
Everyone was working so I had to take the video myself, and with no buddy
vehicle I had to keep my wheeling to where I wouldn't get stuck.
Note: Most of the songs I wanted to add were copyrighted so I just put mine
on. First time out singing with the band Character Reference (I have a
video of that on youtube too..)