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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: The Longest Day
« Last post by greekboy on August 08, 2019, 01:44:10 PM »
Boards been dead slow these days.... Hope everyone's had a decent summer. I'm looking forward to winter - big time !  :snow:
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: The Longest Day
« Last post by ZiRT on July 03, 2019, 03:02:34 PM »
 Hasn't been much of a summer here so far- cool and rainy 3/4 of the time. Hot and humid this week though, I'd rather have winter! :thumbsupsmileyanim:
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General Snowmobile Discussion / The Longest Day
« Last post by SNO4ME on June 21, 2019, 07:07:49 AM »
First Day of Summer !
Beginning at 15:54 today every day gets shorter !
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by AdrenalineJunkie on May 02, 2019, 03:42:33 PM »
You got that right GB.  No one can see ya in the woods....lol
I grew up riding pullstart frame jobs and beloved indian ME100 and hodaka RT 100 USA dirtsters among mostly suzukis and a couple yamie's.  Scariest bike owned as a 13 year old = 1975 TM400. Funnest bike owned as a 15 year old = DT400 Best bike ever bought was a 81 RM125. Honorable mention to my 1980 MX 175 and my cousins 81 TS 125 which I had fun trashing on when not racing the RM.  What about you motorheads?     :checkeredflag:
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by greekboy on May 01, 2019, 02:59:56 PM »
I had a tnt 340 1975 model back in the 80's. It was super finicky. Ended up putting a VM carb on it and it was still a PIA.  The cats all ran so well. The zooks were done right. Check out this little screamer.

AJ on a Japanese bike  :eek: :eek:

As long as they have knobby tires, that's totally acceptable. Street tires =  :nono:
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by racerdave on April 29, 2019, 06:51:48 AM »
I had a tnt 340 1975 model back in the 80's. It was super finicky. Ended up putting a VM carb on it and it was still a PIA.  The cats all ran so well. The zooks were done right. Check out this little screamer.

AJ on a Japanese bike  :eek: :eek:
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by AdrenalineJunkie on April 26, 2019, 11:37:36 AM »
I had a tnt 340 1975 model back in the 80's. It was super finicky. Ended up putting a VM carb on it and it was still a PIA.  The cats all ran so well. The zooks were done right. Check out this little screamer.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by 2qik on April 08, 2019, 08:16:18 AM »
Good job on that bombi. Those were the golden years.  Those were under 2 grand brand new.   :eek:
I finished my 81 this winter,...the decals finally came in.

Love the 81!  I'm looking for an 81' 6000 as my next one.  The 5000 F/A is a killer ride though I want to run a liquid class too next fall.  This picture is from Saturday - my T'NT and El Tigre with my friends Rupp. We won the 401 - 500cc stock class at the vintage hill climb race on the 78' El Tigre.  I didn't run the T'NT up the hill Saturday but may put a tune in that over the summer and find out what it can do.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by AdrenalineJunkie on April 05, 2019, 12:25:29 PM »
Good job on that bombi. Those were the golden years.  Those were under 2 grand brand new.   :eek:
I finished my 81 this winter,...the decals finally came in.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: It has the guts to win!
« Last post by greekboy on April 01, 2019, 05:04:22 PM »
Spotted one of those in a barn in Green Bay this last weekend (Sat March 23rd) Of course there were about 199 others that were older.
We were on a tour from the AWSC Convention. I do believe that it was the newest one I remember. The guy actually had 236 sleds but only about 200 on display.

The finished product.  Nice riding machine for it's age.

That's a purdy machine.....  :thumbsupsmileyanim:
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