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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by Hal on Today at 12:05:25 PM »
Still Alive and kicking. I have an XRS8 in the stable and just moved my office to my house so I am hoping to be able to Ski and Snowmobile more during weekdays. Not having to go into the corporate office will definatly free up recreation time. Plus I have been putting in 70's all year at a Superfund project and have all my PTO saved up. Merry Christmas everyone !
I a'm surprised that you aren't suffering from burnout, working that many hours. My rule of thumb was to limit myself to no more than 50 hours per week when I was a wage slave.

It's different when it's your own business...
You work that many hours, you fall asleep at your desk trying to read the paper or so lose interest in doing any fun things like fishing, snowmobiling or visiting with friends.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by 2qik on Today at 09:31:40 AM »
2qik, when did Yammie make a SRX8?

RD, I'm not 100% sure. Maybe I'm thinking SRX7?  What I do know is a well tuned 98' SRX has outrun my T-cat in 500 ft. on grass.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by Phantom on December 10, 2017, 06:16:58 PM »
Still Alive and kicking. I have an XRS8 in the stable and just moved my office to my house so I am hoping to be able to Ski and Snowmobile more during weekdays. Not having to go into the corporate office will definatly free up recreation time. Plus I have been putting in 70's all year at a Superfund project and have all my PTO saved up. Merry Christmas everyone !
I a'm surprised that you aren't suffering from burnout, working that many hours. My rule of thumb was to limit myself to no more than 50 hours per week when I was a wage slave.

It's different when it's your own business...
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Wisconsin / Vilas Trails Opening
« Last post by MachZee on December 10, 2017, 11:53:52 AM »
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by racerdave on December 09, 2017, 09:05:29 PM »
2qik, when did Yammie make a SRX8?
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by Hal on December 09, 2017, 12:33:20 PM »
Still Alive and kicking. I have an XRS8 in the stable and just moved my office to my house so I am hoping to be able to Ski and Snowmobile more during weekdays. Not having to go into the corporate office will definatly free up recreation time. Plus I have been putting in 70's all year at a Superfund project and have all my PTO saved up. Merry Christmas everyone !
I a'm surprised that you aren't suffering from burnout, working that many hours. My rule of thumb was to limit myself to no more than 50 hours per week when I was a wage slave.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by jon4snow on December 09, 2017, 07:36:44 AM »
Still Alive and kicking. I have an XRS8 in the stable and just moved my office to my house so I am hoping to be able to Ski and Snowmobile more during weekdays. Not having to go into the corporate office will definatly free up recreation time. Plus I have been putting in 70's all year at a Superfund project and have all my PTO saved up. Merry Christmas everyone !
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by 2qik on December 08, 2017, 04:56:08 PM »
Low riders, as they were, will never be back. Big bore triples, are just a dream. Lake racers not enough market. All the mfg's R&D money is going to the mountain segment.
Still living the dream here.


Nothing wrong with that qik. T-cats are legends. Can I ask if those trophies are recent? Are you running in a Vintage only class?

RD, picture was from September. "Vintage" racing is generally 1981 & older. This year several events added "Classic" classes from 1982 - 2002. 

We tried the "Classic" class. Just didn't bring out many sleds.

We ran both vintage and classic sleds this season.  Vintage definitely has more entries but classic is catching on now, especially with spectators.  The muscle sleds - T-cat, Vmax4, SRX8, XCR8, Storm, Mach Z, ZRT8 - bring spectators to the fence when you line them up.  Especially when they've been watching vintage 340's & 440's run the grass all afternoon.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by racerdave on December 08, 2017, 04:07:51 PM »
Low riders, as they were, will never be back. Big bore triples, are just a dream. Lake racers not enough market. All the mfg's R&D money is going to the mountain segment.

Still living the dream here.



Nothing wrong with that qik. T-cats are legends. Can I ask if those trophies are recent? Are you running in a Vintage only class?

RD, picture was from September. "Vintage" racing is generally 1981 & older. This year several events added "Classic" classes from 1982 - 2002. 

We tried the "Classic" class. Just didn't bring out many sleds.
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General Snowmobile Discussion / Re: Did everyone die.....0r sumthin?
« Last post by 2qik on December 08, 2017, 10:20:45 AM »
Low riders, as they were, will never be back. Big bore triples, are just a dream. Lake racers not enough market. All the mfg's R&D money is going to the mountain segment.

Still living the dream here.



Nothing wrong with that qik. T-cats are legends. Can I ask if those trophies are recent? Are you running in a Vintage only class?

RD, picture was from September. "Vintage" racing is generally 1981 & older. This year several events added "Classic" classes from 1982 - 2002. 
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