What was your intended objective when you started the build?
Many many years ago there was a legionary build of the first udder chaos and unfortunately it was sold off and lost for eternity. Years have passed and the idea of building a sled to raise inspired the building of number 2.
What motivated you to start your project?
You never need a reason for fun project but building a sled to race for charity is a win win. The sled was built for the Levi LaVallee Tri Five race at ERX motor park. The idea is to race for fun and the raise funds for Wings for Life USA.
What was the most unique and creative thing you did to the sled?
Purple cow spots with udders attached to the belly pan.
What are you most proud of?
Taking a $125 piece of junk and turning it into a show stopper.
What do other people say about your sled?
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Submitted by: Adam R
Make, Model & Year: 1990 Polaris Indy 500 Classic
Fondly known as: Udder chaos 2
Time spent: Too many
Sled cost: $125
Money spent: Too much
Engine: Polaris, Fuji 500
Drivetrain: P85 clutch with 400 wieghts
Tunnel/Chassis Modifications: Stock
Suspension: Polaris xtra 10 front and rear with matching purple paint.
Finish - Paint: iridescent white base with satin purple sports and accents.
Accessories: Arctic cat thunder at windshield and retro 70's amber fog lights. Purple LED's placed almost everywhere.