"I never took any pictures when it was being built unfortunatly. I had the ramp built by a welder that works for my dads construction buisness. he followed the plans you put on the net and there was no problems. I decided to leave the sheet metal off and only use expanded to make hauling it better due to air flow but that was a bad idea cause the expanded metal is bending and will have to be fixed soon. I don't feel any diference yet though.
I use stock suspension and have had no problems there either...
Before I ever had jumped a ramp I could do double cans, heel clicers, a weak superman, and a candy bar. now with the ramp and a month of practice I can do sidewinders (I have a picture but can't find a negitive to put it on disk), heart attacks, dubble and one handed seat grabs, pendulums and tripple dubble cans, bar hops (but weak yet). I was learning one to two new tricks a night and many I still havn't had a chance to try. all this on a rev 1. I think almost every thing could be pulled on this ramp. I plan on ordering the rev 3 soon and getting healed up. I want to take freestyle as far as I can, I have already gone farter than I ever dreamed.
I'm jumping at 65 feet right now. I ordered the rev 3 plannes so I could be able to jump 80 feet but I crashed for the first time on a ramp july 7th and broke my wrist. I hope to get healed up and get right back at it. I thought for now you guys would like to see how much you have helped me."
We helped him? Ha! Look at these pictures.