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Mk Indy Specs and price
The UK Based manufacturer of the MK Indy represents a vibrant alternative to other regular lotus 7 replicas available in the market place today. The MK Indy is about it’s independent rear suspension utilising coil over fully adjustable aluminium shock absorbers for the rear end, paired with inboard formula one style push rod and rocker based front suspension making this CAD designed chassis truly remarkable and well balanced. While MK Indy have some preferred power plants, this vehicle also allows you to fit your own choice of engine and gearbox and build the bespoke vehicle you so desire.
With over 10 standard colours in the range of GRP gelcoat fibreglass bodywork and many additional carbon upgrades, no two vehicles are alike.
Weighing in at approx. 500kg, the MK Indy in either Ford Sierra or Mazda MX-5 base vehicles are light enough to allow you to power your dream sportscar using 1000cc superbike engines. Popular choices in the bike engine MK camp are Suzuki Hayabusa GSX-R1300, Honda Fireblade CBR-1000RR, Yamaha YZF-R1 amongst others. While in the car engine department MK support the ever popular choices of the Mazda MX-5 NB 1.8 Turbo, Honda S2000 AP1 F20C, Honda K20.
These power plants equate to between 400 and 500 bhp per ton, making these cars truly exciting to drive.
This is an analogue driving experience with no driver aids to help you when you’re on the limit. This truly is a road legal big boys go kart!
Factory or home built, these vehicles can take up to 300 hours to build and require an Individual Vehicle Assessment when registering for use on the public highway in the UK or equivalent test in your country.
Price Mk Indy: The price varies a lot depending on the configuration. Kits start from £8533, the basic kit starts at £13,000 (€15.800).
Completion factory build is £2,000 (€2,300), Hayabusa engine €1,800. Minimal additional material to get the car running (about € 23.100). All material can be provided by Mk Indy.
Required assembly hours: Over 250 hours, although there is the possibility of a factory build.