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Here are pics from last weekend's atv drag racing. Hope you like them cz I had a blast racing that day!



This was a bad take off

I like this picture
 

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Cool Pics. 8) Looks like a lot of fun. I would like to ride snow sometime but we don't get any in Phoenix. :lol
 

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Yeah snow is awsome to do roosts in. As long as there isnt too much snow. I just wish it was sand instead!
 

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looks like a blast man!!! we aint go no snow down here :cry
 

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Yeah my rear tires where hooking up great! So great that I couldnt do a second gear start! I lost my first drag race when I did that. Good thing it was just a practice. The drag races where held in Ontario. It was fun!
 

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Blaster 91 i was wondering if you half to put a tube in the tire after you stud the back? Or what do you do? I want to stud a set also with pickes. Any heip is appreciated :O
 

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Originally posted by Blaster91@Feb 16 2004, 03:50 PM
Yeah my rear tires where hooking up great! So great that I couldnt do a second gear start! I lost my first drag race when I did that. Good thing it was just a practice. The drag races where held in Ontario. It was fun!
what kind of studs are you using
can you bolt in bear klaws like on a sled
 

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good pics...

bc bud u can use snowmobile stud if u want for ice..
I drag race mine 450 and have dry wall screws for studs..work great.....taking off is tricky not to stand it up but anyone i raced hasn't touched me so far...
raced predators, 400ex, and banshees......
 

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blaster 91 used the same principle as me for studding tires i used 50 woody's gold digger studs that were 1.5 inches long and i used a bead of silicone around the head of the stud be fore tightening them up blaster 91 used bolts instead but hey whatever works is good enough right
 

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i just used silicone around the hea of the stud and the backs haven't leaked yet but the fronts i would get tubes for
 

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Thanks alot. I think i will just put screws in the front tires. Is there anything i can learn about studding the back? How did you do your pattern? Thanks
 

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yea i need to find a way to stud the rears
 

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Nice pics
 

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Just one more question? :D How many sled studdes should i put in a 21 inch tire? If someone can tell me how many they run it will give me a idea!!!!!!! Thanks for all the help!!!!!1 :rock
 

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the front u normally just use the screw in studs..
for snowmobile studs in rear usually a v pattern works good...
runs smoother than a straight or curved pattern...
 

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I have a couple friends who used snowmobile studs and one used 48 studs-24 each tire
another with a banshee used 60 studs-30 each tire.

with my 450 I have dry wall screw put through the tires with 7 or 8 lbs. each tire....
just make sure each tire has around the same lbs. of screws.... after screws are in u use a layer of carpet or some material glued to the inside of tires to protect tubes....takes a while but works great if u plan to do ice drags.......not good for doing donuts on ice or anything like that........will flip if u try it ever with the drywall screws...
 
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