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    Ski-Doo RAS 2 Front Suspension 42

    Owners of older Ski-Doo snowmobiles can upgrade to the latest suspension with new RAS 2 Front Suspension Kit, available at Store.Ski-Doo.com.

    This kit delivers the same RAS 2 benefits of better straight-line tracking in big bumps, lighter weight and great styling – with X Package calibration, at a great price.

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      Ski-Doo Snocross

      Ski-Doo‘s race department is hosting a race seminar at Quadna Mountain Park in Hill City, Minn. to help Ski-Doo snocross racers prepare for the season. The event is scheduled in advance of the ISOC season opening race in Duluth, Minn.

      The seminar will focus on snocross set ups for the rider’s sleds and include coaching and tips from Ski Doo Factory Personnel and Pro race teams. Advance registration is required.

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        Ski-Doo Modular 3 Helmet

        BRP has taken its popular Modular helmet and reworked it with a new shell and improved visor.

        The Modular was introduced in 1998 as the first helmet designed specifically for snowmobiling with standard dual pane visor and breath evacuation system, along with the moveable jaw piece.

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          Ski-Doo Tec+ Boot

          With snowmobile season around the corner, BRP has added a new boot to its line of accessories – the Ski-Doo Tec+.

          “The boot is designed specifically for active snowmobile riders demanding the best in performance, fit and comfort, while keeping feet dry and warm,” BRP says in a release.

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            2015 Ski-Doo MX Zx 600RS

            BRP took the covers off its 2015 Ski-Doo MXZx 600RS race sled this past weekend at the Hay Days event. According to BRP, changes include refined engine and drive systems and improved overall durability.

            Last season saw big chassis changes for the Ski-Doo race sled like the new front suspension, steering and longer 128″ track. This season BRP says the Valcourt Race Shop concentrated on getting more power out of the engine, and then transferring that to the snow for better starts and corner-to-corner acceleration.

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