Muddy Moo

MuddyMoo is FriesianRacing’s Land Rover Discovery off road rally car.  Built for competing in Hillrallies, Comp Safaris and Rally Raids, MuddyMoo is also capable of embarassing rally cars on stage events.

Muddy Moo

Technical Specifications:

3.9 Rover V8 with Piper performance cam, running on Omex 710 ECU mapped by Roland Marlow at ACR

Transmission:
LT77 5-Speed Main Gearbox
Borg Warner Viscous Transfer box – with lower gearing than standard

Front axle: 4-pin Land Rover differential, standard shafts

Rear axle: Eaton Detroit Truetrac torque biasing differential, Ashcroft HD halfshafts

Suspension:
Milner Varidamp – remote reservoir racing dampers,  standard Discovery coil springs.

Wheels/Tyres:
Compomotive PD1670 rally raid alloys, shod with BF Goodrich Mud Terrain or All Terrain tyres depending on the terrain.

Body/chassis:
Multipoint roll cage
GRP doors
Perspex windows

Weight (in full Hillrally trim): 1850 kgs

Muddy Moo

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13 Responses to “MuddyMoo – Land Rover Discovery V8”


  1. 1 Jon Adams 5 September 2007 at 18:48

    Nice to see your doing well i bet your dads really proud of you. More work to do over winter?
    It feels good to beat other machines where money is no object, in something your trying to keep ‘standard’ ish. Although my mini racing is a totally different kettle of fish! Well done see you m.o.t time!

  2. 2 friesianracing 6 September 2007 at 10:49

    Thanks Jon – certainly does feel good. I’ve got a whole load of evolutions in mind for the winter – but we don’t do our last event until late November so its going to be a short and busy one!

    Between now and then we’ve got a gearbox to rebuild, again!

    Road going LR is the next one for the MOT treatment – see you soon.

    H

  3. 3 muddymoo aka Karla 7 November 2007 at 20:17

    WOW fAB CAR and great name I love it

  4. 4 Alistair Philip 30 June 2008 at 11:53

    Nice colour scheme! As a matter of interest, where did you get the GRP doors for the Disco. I have been after these for a while to loose some weight on my 5 door, but haven’t been able to find anyone who makes them.

  5. 5 friesianracing 2 July 2008 at 12:23

    The GRP doors were made by Richard Hopkins of http://www.Richards4x4.com, I don’t know whether he still offers them, but it would be worth an ask. They are incredibly light compared to their steel counterparts.

  6. 6 Simon Little 29 August 2009 at 17:40

    Nice to see your doing well in MuddyMoo, Hope to see you in November.
    Email sent.

    Simon, Clare and James

    • 7 friesianracing 1 September 2009 at 16:23

      Hi Simon,

      Thanks for dropping by! Looking forward to meeting you at the Borders Hillrally.

      • 8 Simon Little 10 September 2009 at 17:59

        Any dates and details to the venue yet…..need to mark it in the diary, in BIG BOLD CAPITAL LETTERS!

        I really want a photo of Slack Alice next to Muddymoo.

        Can’t wait to meet you all

        Simon

  7. 10 Eyck Willemse 18 January 2012 at 20:59

    like to know what the actual saving in weight is with the GRP doors. Is the rear door also made from GRP. Also i would like to know where these can be bought

    Regards Eyck

    • 11 friesianracing 14 February 2012 at 18:23

      Hi Eyck, the GRP doors are significantly lighter than standard doors, but I’m not sure how much of a saving they are over a cut-down standard door with perspex windows. One of my projects for this year was to have a look and see. They are fairly flimsy, but very light. The rear door is also GRP and I would imagine significantly lighter than even a cut-down standard.

      Richard Hopkins of Richards4x4.com used to do them, but I don’t know whether he still does.

      Best regards

      Henry

  8. 12 Mike 28 August 2013 at 10:39

    Looks great, especially with all the mods you’ve added on. Bet that 3.9L V8 is quite thirsty!

  9. 13 Micheline 6 November 2018 at 04:38

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