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About JVZ

  • Birthday 11/02/1979

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  • Name
    Jason
  • Sand Toys
    11 2500HD Duramax
    2007 Desert Dynamics 5 seater w/turbo honda
    02 Extreme rail/ turbo subaru
    83 ATC 70 w/Lifan 120 e start
  • Location
    Henderson, NV
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Realtor
  • Hobbies
    Boating
    Duning
    shooting
    Hiking
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  1. This is a used but still good condition aluminum radiator. PWR. Paid $520, sell for $250 Dimensions are 31" wide, 18" tall, and 3" thick.
  2. 2007 Desert Dynamics 5 seat sand rail. 3.5l Turbo Honda motor with Mendeola 2D trans. Triple bypass front and rear, Fox Shocks, Power steering, 5 PCI headsets with car to car, Lowrance GPS, dual LED whips, full front end and dash. Lots of new parts. Car runs great and handles amazing. This car will hang with the best of them through the dunes. Will get better photos uploaded soon. $32,500 Jason 702-301-7624
  3. Did your new front tires go with the car or do you still have them?
  4. 15k firm as-is. 13k as-is with no PCI radio, car to car, headsets, GPS or paddles. I'm going to start the repairs next week and price will go up. Last chance to save some money and do the repairs the way you choose.
  5. I will have to dig out the receipt for all of the motor specs... But here is a general description of the motor john built. I had it built for reliability and running 10lbs of boost. The mendeol a is a E box. low compression short block (new rings, sti low compression stock pistons, race bearings, polished or ground crank, 2.5 liters) cylinder head -2.5 mechanical heads, best performance and cams gasket set oil pump upgrade with derailer (#10 oil pump)
  6. 2002 Extreme Superfly 5 seater. This car has front end damage and will need repairs before its dune ready. Im listing the car for sale as-is for now and if someone wants to make the repairs themselves or through the shop of their choice, then they get the car at a discounted price. If I repair this car, the price will be $25,000. I will sell the motor and trans seperately for 10k and then sell the frame as a roller with no motor, trans, GPS or headsets for $6000. I went through this car and have pretty much replaced everything you can front to back and have over 40k into this car.It has a new (not rebuilt) 2.5 Subaru turbo motor (320hp), Mendeola trans (rebuilt in 2013 by Wright Gearbox), 930 cv's, long travel -Fox shocks, LED lights in car, PCI radio w/ 5 carbon fiber headsets, car to car, GPS, custom built dash/console, and custom painted just this past season. There is a long list of new parts and I have receipts for everything. All parts are top shelve and no expense was spared. This car is light (1829lbs) very fast, reliable, dunes and handles well. *2.5 turbo Subaru motor with intercooler built by Outfront Motorsports and dyno tuned with less than two seasons on it. Motor has lots of chrome and polished parts. NEW parts include -IMI Hi Torque Starter (chrome) - alternator (chrome) - modified and polished throttle body - K&N breather (chrome) - thermostat housing (chrome) - intake manifold (polished) -Optima 6 volt batteries -Aeromotive fuel pump -Brake pads and rotors resurfaced -master cylinder -wheel hub -front rim (was out of shape and old one is a spare) -front tires 6.75-15 Razor backs -rear suspension arm bushings and bolts, nuts -fuel lines -front wheel bearings -300m axles -polished and prepped 930 CV's -rebuilt turning brake Car also has : -large intercooler -Aluminum radiator with shroud and two fans -Crow 5 point harnesses -15 gallon aluminum fuel tank -battery switch -quick disconnect steering wheel -and much more..... Price as-is 16,500 OBO for everything, you repair the front end If I repair it, price goes up to $25,000 Jason 702-301-7624
  7. Fastony, it's a turbo honda.... The car you're buying is a turbo subie, lol.
  8. Yeah I need to get a flatbed soon and borrow one for now. I have used Terry's in the past but it looks he's gonna use it this weekend. I'll hit Pete up and see if I can talk him into to loading both up. I need to get a move on getting my hauler and everything ready, this season is coming up quick. Thanks for the offer Newly.
  9. Newly, if you end up taking your flat bed out and have room, I'll throw my car on there and roll out with you Sunday morning.
  10. JVZ

    Desert Dynamics

  11. Just FYI, they don't issue stated value policies, so the value you give them is just a basis and not what you would get in case of stolen or total loss. I use them as well and am in process of switching insurance over to my new sandcar. I asked for additional insurance on my new car and they said they couldn't. Just a heads up, in case you ever have a claim.
  12. I vote Bert's wheelie pic as dune pic of the month for June.
  13. I only knew Bert for a few years, but he offered his help, advice, and friendship from the very first time I met him as if we had been friends forever. He had a huge heart and was so caring which is rare to see. Bert helped me more times than I can count. He has towed me when I was broke, lent a hand, tools, advice or whatever I needed. And he helped me learn the dunes and was there when I was new and lost the line or had an issue. There were times when I didn't even know he was near, but I look up and there is Bert to help out. He was like a big brother, always watching over the dunes and everyone. We were just starting to talk about kids and introducing them to the dunes now that I am a new dad. He had a lot of great advice and I truly looked up to him as a person, father, friend and Duner. I always looked forward to seeing and talking to Bert and for many more dune trips, talks and experiences. It is so sad, we had to lose him so soon and it will never be the same, not seeing him rolling through the dunes.
  14. It was a nice weekend as always, had a lot of fun, warm weather, and even some fast dune runs! I got in a little later Friday afternoon than I planned because I had to stop for a tire repair on the way out of town. So that put me in late Friday afternoon and I just missed the cocktail run...aaarrggghhhh. The dunes were crowded especially anywhere near comp and the backsides of it. The first dune run out Saturday morning, Painter Joe broke a CV shortly into the run, so we stopped to help out and go back to camp for supplies, CV was swapped out in the dunes and he was back up and running. Saturday was busy everywhere, in the dunes, at vendor row, and Comp was as packed as I have ever seen it. The wind blew hard Saturday night and the dunes cleaned up well for Sunday. The dunes were not as busy Sunday and there was a lot of fresh sand, so we had some good dune runs. Especially the cocktail run led by Lou B., he picked some good wide open lines and we were pinned in 3rd and 4th gear the whole time...We stayed on the North side more towards Taledega where it seemed like it was an off weekend with very little people. Who says you cant dune on busy weekends?
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