It's a low volume produced kit car most of your info/reviews will be found on this forum and will have been given by builders which is probably more informative.
One of the kitcar magazines did do a review of the mevabusa, I'm sure someone mentioned it in the mevabusa section but to get the full article you will probably have to get a back issue of the magazine.
I just done a search on Google and the very first line was this ref..
When you are on a motorcycle and cornering, you lean the bike over and the G forces keeps the oil in the pan because of the lean. .. When the motor is bolted to the frame, this will slosh the oil to one side because the motor isn't leaning. What's there to stop this from happening?
I've been fighting myself on getting the Exobusa or use my 25-27K (USD) and buy a track car. 25k will buy a nice car for the track. Heck I can get a used BRZ for about that... I know it won't be as fast as the Busa, but I'm not worried about being the fastest on the track.
My other concern is, I can't seem to find one EXObusa, or tR1ke that is registered here in the US. I wouldn't want to put 25k in a car and not be able to drive it on the streets. Can't register the Ariel Atom here until it's fitted with a front bumper, rear bumper, windscreen
If I spend 27k on the kit and put it together, how much would the resale value be? More or less than the purchasing price?
A rule of thumb on a kit, in the UK, is you won't get your money back...but looking at some us exocet prices makes me think a rare desirable kit might hold it's value if well built without going overboard.
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