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  1. In Topic:Won't Be Long Now

    Posted 29 Oct 2012

    Thats good to hear...
    Not about your leg, but about the snow. :snowmobile:
  2. In Topic:Old Magic Days

    Posted 10 Sep 2012

    :eyes-poppin: SWEET :eyes-poppin:
  3. In Topic:Clutching A 99 T-cat

    Posted 29 Jan 2012


    View Postgroulxs, on 29 January 2012 - 08:31 AM, said:

    Ya. He IS good. A book is a good idea, but I prefer the one on one advise that comes directly from the man himself. After all, every case is different, so you'd never get the ultimate desired result from a book. It has everything to do with how you want your sled to run, not how a book dictates the way you should. That's where Rusty shines! He'll set you up, the way you want it. I'm not trying to suck up. I'm just really happy with the results I got once Rusty helped me out. :trophy:

    I've been there. Your in good hands..
  4. In Topic:Clutching A 99 T-cat

    Posted 28 Jan 2012

    View Post C-note, on 17 January 2012 - 09:36 AM, said:

    mikesnowman said Polaris 66Gr,,, I said Hooper or Dalton or Supreme super tips adjustables,, any of those 3 brands,, Dalton/Hooper (I believe???) are actually same wts,, or was it Cutler/Hooper??? Cutlers adjustables are awesome as well

    Just start with around the 60gr range,, spring??,, go with what you currently run,, use the weights full range of adjustability to finely tune them to what suits your liking,, any further questions, pm me and i'll fwd my ph number to ya'..... ;)

    C-Note You should write a book. AC clutching for I would buy one. (dwiebz-- not that your a dummie) just the fact that Rusty is crazy in the clutch dept.
  5. In Topic:My Zr440 Build

    Posted 6 Jan 2012

    View Post C-note, on 06 January 2012 - 12:05 PM, said:


    The nology's allow the stock jetting to run crisp way up to just before the HUMIDITY LADEN, SNOW melting middle to upper 30's,, (yet keep it safer than a baby resting comfortably in Dolly Parton's pride and joy's) << down to -25*F!!!

    Talk about a wide range of safe jetting :eyes-poppin:


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My Sled(s):
1997 ZRT 600 AG edition, 01 T Cat
My Atv(s):
2006 V2 650 wish it was an AG edition

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