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  1. soloma

    soloma Guest

    Anyone here Snowmobile??????????????????????????????????:blue:
     
  2. mike1

    mike1 Dance Bish

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    :bigok: I have a cottage in Wisconson and thats were i keep them
     
  3. flynfrog

    flynfrog Cool isnt Cheap

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    i sold mine to buy a new quad
     
  4. soloma

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    This year sucks ive only been out once and i had to drive 12 hrs up north to get there. This is pathetic brand new sled sitting clean and waxed in the garage STILL !!!!!!!:mad:
     
  5. mike1

    mike1 Dance Bish

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    What kind out sled do you have:
     
  6. soloma

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    2001 Polaris XC700
     
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    <->CAD\CAM<-> \ One Percenter /

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  8. MWHC22

    MWHC22 Bier/Deutsch/Homebrew/ Packers/Blackhawks/Outdoor

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    Yo i am from northern wisconsin. Where is your cottage at. I am assuming some where around Eagle river area.
     
  9. mike1

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    Yup you got it. Eagle river is where they stay.
     
  10. RBP-7-(Ooz)

    RBP-7-(Ooz) Kill Doctor Lucky

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    Best of Both worlds?

    A Yamaha YZF-R1 carries about 2.8 pounds per crankshaft horsepower. Dr. Rob Tuluie's home-built bike has the potential to carry just 1.3 pounds for each horsepower, just shy of a Formula One car!

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    The Tul-aris uses a two-stroke Polaris-derived Parallel Twin snowmobile engine turned 180 degrees, hence the carbs poke out the front (to be surrounded by a yet-to-be-built carbon-fiber airbox) with the exhaust exiting straight out the back of the cylinders. Under-engine shock mounting is accomplished with a patent-pending Tuluie linkage design. The shock operates in conventional compression style (as opposed to the Buell under-engine shock, which operates in extension) is positioned near the center of gravity and has low moving mass. The shock linkage uses needle bearings, running on hardened, internally-tapered hollow pins.
     

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