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FLUIDYNE® Powersports' Baja 500 Utility-class-winning radiator is now available for t

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FLUIDYNE® POWERSPORTS' BAJA-WINNING RADIATOR NOW AVAILABLE FOR ARCTIC CAT THUNDERCAT AND PROWLERSAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (October 28, 2009) - A mighty, FLUIDYNE® Powersports-radiator-equipped Thundercat 1000 has won every SCORE desert race of 2009, including the Baja 500, and more recently, finished the 1000-mile Vegas-to-Reno race--beating 10 sport quads along the way.Such commanding performance

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