We can’t get enough of the Roxor builds at the 2018 SEMA show. Jesse Haines Fabrication and Lasernut Racing have been busy in the shop getting ready for the 2019 King of the Hammers race in Johnson Valley, California. What were they building, you ask?
A racing Roxor!
The rig below will race in 2019 in the Stock Class during the King of the Hammers.
This diesel-powered Roxor pumps out 120 hp and 275 ft-lbs of torque, thanks to the tuning by Diesel Freak.
The 35-inch Maxxis Razr M/T tires and Trail-Gear 17-inch Creeper Lock wheels are fit to a pair of Trail-Gear Rock Assault 8-inch axlehousings. To boost ground clearance and increase the reduction ratio, JHF portal axles were incorporated into the axle assemblies. Zip Lockers from Yukon Gear & Axle take care of traction when the terrain gets extra tough.
Keeping the axles in check are Trail-Gear 5-inch leaf-springs with reverse shackles, Radflo 2.5-inch shocks, and Daystar Stinger Bump Stops.
The cab was upgraded with racing seats, GPS navigation, and an intercom system from Rugged Radios.
The Warn winch and lightbar from KC HiLites remain in their factory positions, while the rollcage and half-doors received some beefy custom treatment.