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Racing on a sport utility?!?


Naterenfo

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I think it's semantics.....

It may be that people are too lazy (like me!) to type "sport/utility" as opposed to just "utility"....

Suzuki's site has them listed as "Utility Sport"

Popo has them listed TOO many ways! LOL! But, just "Utility"

If it has a rack...it's a utility! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!

Tom D

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Well, i have a 700cc suzuki twinpeaks. i figured it was a sport utility because it just seems sporty. i guess it could be just a utility atv, but im not entirely sure how they classify atvs

Different people will tell you different things. They do have a class for the big bore 4x4 quads. Post a pic of what you got.

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This is more of a quad cross but it's 4x4 racing. This is the same stuff I raced my quad in.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yZK-Alf1nw]YouTube - 2007 WPSA Virginia Motorsports Pro Quad Superstock Round 6[/ame]

This is straight GNCC

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNVH_wQu8sQ&feature=related]YouTube - GNCC ATV Racing. Seymour, MO (2006)[/ame]

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Here is the requirements.

4x4 Open: (501-840cc) 4-wheel or 2-wheel drive shaft or chain driven automatic transmission/clutch production models that come with rack or rack availability as standard equipment

4x4 Lites: (201-500cc) 4-wheel or 2-wheel drive shaft or chain driven automatic transmission/clutch production models that come with rack or rack availability as standard equipment.

4x4 Limited: (201-840cc) 4-wheel or 2-wheel drive shaft or chain-driven automatic transmission/clutch production models that come with rack or rack availability as standard equipment.

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