Big Gun EVO slip-on exhaust: $355
Big Gun TFI Power Box: $290
DTO/Dunetech Offroad race cage
with rear bumper: $1200
DTO full doors: $600
ITP Blackwater Evolution 25x9-12 in.
tires: $209 each
ITP Black Ops Severe Duty Series
12x7-in. beadlock wheels: $157
Pro Armor 5-point harness $119
Pro Armor XL G2 seat: $429
Walker Evans Racing strut: $300
Walker Evans CA 16 reservoir rear
shocks: $395 each
TireBlocks: $155 per/wheel
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The slightly wider offset of the ITP beadlocks creates extra confidence in the turns.
fuel, and you can actually see noticeable power gains before even changing
the exhaust. With the Big Gun exhaust
and a proper fuel curve, the Ace 570
really comes alive, especially off the
bottom end where you really want it to
In open “race” form, the Big Gun
makes a noticeable power increase,
but its exhaust note is also quite a bit
louder, almost to the point of annoying.
For racing purposes we will deal with a
loud exhaust while looking for maximum
horsepower. If we were using the Ace
for anything but competition, we would
opt for the included Vortex quiet tip to
tame it down to a reasonable level. Like
the Walker Evans shocks, the Big Gun
exhaust is proudly made in the USA.
Our Ace build is still incredibly versatile, and we will undoubtedly be using
it for many other purposes besides the
WORCS races that we built it for. As for
racing purposes, our Ace is definitely a
contender for any type of off-road or XC
racing we could throw at it. Jumping
our build is predictable and forgiving, as
it will soak up hard landings with ease.
We could still use a little more power,
especially with the improved handling.
The exhaust and programmer definitely
make a more than noticeable improvement, and it sounds mean. We can’t
wait to get this Ace out at the next few
rounds of WORCs and even maybe an
Big Gun’s TFI fuel programmer can make more power out of the Ace with or without an exhaust system.
Pro Armor’s G2 seat and
harnesses offer top-notch
containment and increased