The rear suspension is on par with the front, providing 32 inches of travel via a four-lin
It takes guts, skill, money, fortitude, and determination to race off-road. It takes all these attributes plus more to actually win races. Standing on the podium with a trophy in hand is the dream of every racer out there, but many will tell you that it's a win just to finish an off-road race. To come in a step ahead of your competition … well, that's what separates the trophy holders from everyone else.
Anyone worth their salt in racing will tell you that it takes a team to win races; no single person (or pair of drivers) wins alone. The chance of winning is about as slim as winning the lottery without a good team, a good plan, the proper equipment, or the right truck. Combine all these elements with a little luck, and just maybe victory can be achieved.
Luck seems to be playing less of a factor for Camburg Engineering these days as the team replaces it with straight-out experience. Podium finishes are nothing new for Camburg, but recent back-to-back wins at the General Tire Vegas to Reno race and then the Bluewater Desert Challenge have guaranteed that Camburg will be a target for every competitor in their class in future races.
Congrats to go both driver, Jerry Whelchel, and navigator, Craig Hall, who brought the Camburg Kinetik TT to First Place finishes in both August and October of 2012.
A Howe steering rack is practically standard-issue in the TT class for good reason: It’s p
Vehicle: Camburg 6100 Trick Truck (BITD Unlimited class)
Owner/Hometown: Camburg Engineering/Huntington Beach, CA
Engine: Spec LS Class 6100 engine
Induction: Multipoint EFI, AEM air filter
Transmission: TH-400 built by Steve Culhane
Front suspension/Travel: Camburg Kinetik A-arms and steering knuckle, Camburg 2.5 front hubs, Fox 3.0 coilover and 3.5 bypass shocks, Eibach coil springs/27 inches of travel
Rear suspension: Camburg Kinetik four-link, Fox 3.0 coilover and 4.4 bypass shocks, Fox bumpstops, Eibach coil springs/32 inches of travel
Ring and Pinion: Varies by racecourse from 5.13 to 5.43
Rear Differential: TIG-welded full-floater housing, TCS 2-3/16-inch 36-spline 300m axleshafts, GearWorks spool
Tires: 37-inch General Grabber Competition
Wheels: KMC 17-inch Enduro Beadlocks
Interior: Sparco EVO2 seats, Sparco steering wheel, Sweet steering wheel quick-disconnect, Crow Enterprizes harnesses, PCI race radio, Lowrance GPS, AEM gauges, dual fire suppression systems, live satellite tracking by IRC
Body: Complete fiberglass body by Glassworks Unlimited
Other: Plumbing by Brown & Miller, Optima batteries, mil-spec wiring, Scosche power cables, MagnaFlow mufflers, KC-Pod HID lights, Baer Brakes, CBR coolers and radiator, safety bladder fuel cell, Bosch dual fuel pumps, Drivelines Unlimited driveshaft, Lucas Oil products used throughout
That’s a custom TIG-welded “10” rear axle. From the side you can see the dual-mode fuel in
The front upper and lower control arms connect to custom steering knuckles and are able to
First the General Tire Vegas to Reno race and then the Bluewater Desert Challenge. Camburg