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Is there any one knows when Polaris built the #45 Polaris go kart or have any info on them thanks Tom
Vic, do you recall who had the other two RXL's in Alaska in 1978? Roseaufan made a comment about Mike Smith having photos of two RXL's in his shop in 1979. I wonder if they were the same two machines? Thanks for the history lesson.
What is the year cutoff for the piston port pro stock open? Will a ifs sled be allowed to run in it?1989 will be the cut off for all Stock, Modstock, and Prostock classes at OVSR. Yes piston port IFS, but no spropro sleds, sleds can run in the piston port prostock open.
Our club just had our annual hayride/chili dump on Saturday. It's always a fun day but this time it felt different. Several of us were talking about what we feel is going to happen over the next few years. Everyone agrees the industry is pricing itself out of business. These new electric sleds will be no exception. Pretty much an expensive novelty. Fewer people can afford new sleds these days. Most young people spend their money on tattoos and smart phones...they have little interest in getting cold on a snowmobile. Lack of snow, short seasons, limited use and the explosion of UTV sales has just about sealed the fate of trail riding as we have known it...it's circling the drain now. If the economy/politics continues on it's current trajectory, a lot of people are going to be lucky to keep up with their everyday living expenses...much less having money for motorized recreation of any kind.