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Chuckaroo Motorsports

Chuck Hamrah likes to combine speed and practicality. As an added measure to show that the Chuckaroo Motorsports MX Z Renegade was trail-friendly, it included mirrors. It made an 8.818-second ...

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CJ Motorsports

The Adirondack Shootout brings out locals to see the go-fast hardware. However, this local dealer got in on the action with its ’06 Ski-Doo MX Z 800. The engine was ...

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Bikeman Performance

Bikeman Performance’s Erich Long sees enough value in the annual Snow Week/DynoTech Research Adirondack Shootout to travel from New Richmond, Wisconsin, to the New York test grounds. It was worth ...

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Hot-To-Go Racing

In terms of speed, Hot-To-Go racing has brought the heaviest iron to the Shootout the past three years. It was no different this year when owner Rob Schooping put another ...

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D&D Power sports

D&D Power Sports, along with longtime drag racing fastman Billy Howard, entered his trail sled – a Crossfire 1200 – into the Lake Racer division. It featured D&D’s 1200 engine ...

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Bikeman Performance

One of the sleds unloaded by the Bikeman crew was this F7 Firecat listed in the Lake Racer class. After installing the BMP F9 engine kit and the rest of ...

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ZBroz Racing

Zollinger Bros. Racing is confident that aggressive and easy-going riders will realize better performance, durability and quality from its new line of ArsFX shocks. ArsFX, which stems from the latin ...

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R.U. Outside

R.U. Outside’s original Teton Glove has been popular for mountain riders because of its windproof performance and lightweight feel. The new version adds improved waterproof performance, more durability, reflective highlights, ...

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Sno-Stuff

Sno-Stuff’s new Peak windshields probably won’t make your sled faster, but at least it will look cool when it goes the same speed. The retail price is $84.99. Bold, aerodynamic ...

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Make It Stick

In the early days of snowmobile racing, most races were held on oval tracks that were plowed or simply staked on fields. Occasionally a lake would be plowed down to ...

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