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Old 01-02-2017, 08:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Snow wheelers 800+ HP land cruisers on rockwells n gamagoat air suspension

I was invited to attend the NYE Kelowna Snow Wheelers NYE run,here's a quick vid of yesterday .... I'll post more Stuff up I'm still thawing out was -20 all weekend.

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Joel's fresh LC build 2.5s/54s/850hp BBC/nv4500/air cylinders/alum aqualu tub/tube chassi

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Old 01-03-2017, 10:57 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Why all the big HP (and associated weight) if everyone is idling/crawling around?
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Old 01-03-2017, 11:28 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Sweet rigs, I couldnít do -20 for more than a few hours. Its a pretty cold day today in AZ at 60 degrees lol
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Why all the big HP (and associated weight) if everyone is idling/crawling around?
Certain snow conditions can handle the hp better than others. Also they can get to racing each other and stuff. Well that's my opinion anyways. Haven't actually wheeled with them but wheeled similar areas.
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Why all the big HP (and associated weight) if everyone is idling/crawling around?
Wait till you get to see them when the conditions are right. 800hp moves shit around like a lightening bolt in the right powder.

Not to mention, a lot of those rigs compete in events, not just play in the snow. They're bad ass to see & hear in person.
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Certain snow conditions can handle the hp better than others. Also they can get to racing each other and stuff. Well that's my opinion anyways. Haven't actually wheeled with them but wheeled similar areas.
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Wait till you get to see them when the conditions are right. 800hp moves shit around like a lightening bolt in the right powder.

Not to mention, a lot of those rigs compete in events, not just play in the snow. They're bad ass to see & hear in person.
Figured as much. Haven't done much in the way of snow wheeling myself.
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is joels rig running that 572 still or did he goto a 632 like devon?? snow conditions look wicked wish my rig was done to go play!
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Why all the big HP (and associated weight) if everyone is idling/crawling around?
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is joels rig running that 572 still or did he goto a 632 like devon?? snow conditions look wicked wish my rig was done to go play!

Joel's rocking the 572 snow was mint
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Old 01-04-2017, 05:12 PM   #18 (permalink)
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