Category Archives: Cloning

74 Yamaha SRX Resurrection Project

In 1973 the development of Yamaha’s racing program hit the bulls-eye with the 74 SRX. The innovations are extensive and impressive. Words like Titanium, Magnesium, Carbon fiber, liquid cooling, CDI electronics, and more all describe this engineering marvel. Geometry and … Continue reading

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BOSS CAT I IT’S BACK!

Well I never thought anyone of us would ever have the chance to see this again! The original Boss Cat I burned to the ground in a fire at Arctic Cat in the early 1970’s. The sled was built for … Continue reading

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600cc RXL?

DW Racings’ 600cc RXL. The photo might be a bit small to see it, but DW Racing has created (literally) a 78 RXL with a 600cc motor for drag racing, complete with a 600cc decal on the back. Here’s what … Continue reading

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SEND IN THE CLONES!

Big time collector Jerry McGee sent in these brand new photos of his brand new 1974 SKi-Doo 650cc SnoPro machine! Jerry and his accomplice Mark Taylor completed 2 of the sleds by working straight through last Saturday night and finishing … Continue reading

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Can Extinct Parts Be Re-created?

The answer is yes, but not many people are going to pay $20,000 for a new gas tank! Enter technology. I found a St. Paul company that can scan any part using a pen tool that creates a perfect 3D … Continue reading

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