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ravencr

Whiplash Vulture Mine Race Video...

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Hey guys,

Well, this race ended rather quickly for us with a flat tire around mile 4.5, along with one of our friends Justin breaking his tie rod and getting a flat tire, as well. I started 5th in 30 second intervals, and unfortunately 2 of the cars took the wrong turn, so I was in 3rd place and about to pass #1 and #2 when it blew. :( Here's the video:

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cEofBuZUzQ]YouTube - Whiplash Vulture Mine...UTV Marketplace RZR #20![/ame] Click "Watch in High Quality" in the bottom right of the video.

Stay tuned, because I'm going to post some pics later...

Chris

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Yeah, I love the group that comes out and races...sometimes it needs to be a little better organized, but outside of that, it's great.

Chris

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I'm very slowly getting my Rhino ready for my wife to race. VERY SLOWLY, I don't have sponsors or anything. Everything is being store bought since I don't have anything to fab myself.

Here is what I got so far, nothing compared to yours.

By the way, I'm a simple kind of guy...you have the sickest RZR I have seen.

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Your rhino looks great...Trust me when I say keep it as light as possible, yet safe. Cut out anything you don't need to save weight, because that's the number 1 killer to these things. I wish mine weighed about 100 lbs lighter. :)

Chris

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The biggest key to most of these UTV races is keeping together, so stock machines tend to do very well, especially on the harder races.

Chris

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What is the minimum requirements to run a UTV in Whiplash? Just like a beginner class or something?

As you can see I already have the cage, 4 point belts, and leg minders. What else would I need to do?

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Wrist restraints, and you're goodd to go in the stock class. It's a blast, and you'd be totally fine...

Chris

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I'm gonna have to look into their schedule, Thanks so much.

Would I be ok running after market duals in the stock class? just thought about that

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