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  • 2017 Rally in the Pines Recap

    Rally in the Pines 2017 took place in Mackay Idaho July 6th-9th. Mackay is a town of 517 people. This event had over 1,500 in attendance. As you can imagine, there wasn’t a single open camp site, hotel or parking spot in the entire town. This surge of people only added to the excitement of the UTV/ATV specific event as the promoters, Bam Film Productions, rolled out their well-planned schedule and coordinated with the 40 vendors on site including RT Pro.

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    This event spread over four days. Each day had lots of activity including guided and self-guided rides, a night ride, raffles, giveaways, a luncheon, a dinner, best of show contest and even a UTV parade where participants could “decorate” their UTV’s for fun and there were some great entries! There was also a free ice cream social for all in attendance including, vendors and riders. This was a great way for the public to meet and get to know the vendors in their industry. We met some great people at this family friendly event.

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    RT Pro was set up at this event with a great display of products and one of our 4 seat XP Turbo RZR’s with all the RT products we trust on our rides to get us home every time. We were running our new RZR XP Turbo Replacement Spring Kit on the stock shocks this weekend. After several people joined us on rides the overall impression was they couldn’t believe how much better a properly designed spring kit could make a RZR ride. The rides took us over dirt roads, trails and even a few rock crawling sections and the RT Pro springs and improved geometry from our A-Arms and Trailing Arms definitely made a noticeable difference in ride quality, handling and ground clearance over the stock UTV’s we were riding with.

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    Rally in the Pines was a lot of fun and we got to meet some new friends and customers. We’d like to thank Bam Film Productions for putting this on and recommend this event to anyone around the Mackay area to check out next year.

  • Yokley Racing John Penton GNCC Round #3 Race Report

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Yokley Racing/Factory Polaris Heads to John Penton GNCC for Round #3

    Millfield, OH (July 8, 2017) With rain in the forecast, Round 3 of the UTV GNCC series was shaping up to be an interesting weekend as usual. The Penton was said to be the longest running GNCC venue on the circuit with approximately 20+ years and running. On top of its long running history, it also pays tribute to a legendary figure in the Motorcycle industry, Mr. John Penton himself. With the rain ending Friday night about 8:30 and with sunshine and a nice breeze on Saturday, the track was tacking up really nice for the 4:30 start.

    William and Tina coming into the second corner where the action started! William and Tina coming into the second corner where the action started!

    “Thanks to my Ballistic Battery and Millennium Technologies powered engine my XP1K came off the starting line like a rocket almost grabbing the holeshot" said Yokley, as he headed into the woods in 3rd place after some very close and exciting action on the second turn dodging Kyle Chaney as he spun out in front of the Yokley Racing/Factory RZR team causing them to move back in position.

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    Yokley was running in a comfortable 3rd on the first lap when a driver hit him from behind locking the two cars together with their bumpers causing him to fall from 3rd to 14th overall. “I didn’t really know if we were going to get the cars untangled” said Yokley while stating that he almost smoked his belt in the process. Things really didn’t get any better as the team battled with other drivers pushing to get back to the lead pack while landing under power on the mx track that twisted the drive shaft that eventually broke. Losing 4wd at that point, Yokley just drove to the best of his ability to finish in the slick conditions in order to salvage points.

    Pushing through till the end payed off as the Yokley Racing/Polaris moved up from 5th place in points to 4th in the overall points chase.

    The Yokley Racing Polaris Team would like to thank its 2017 sponsors for all that they do: Polaris Industries, RT Pro, Elka Suspension, STI, CP Carillo, Millennium Technologies, Ballistic Batteries, Hess Racing, OMF.

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    Saturday, July 8, 2017

    XC1 Pro UTV Results:

     

    1. William Yokley (POL)
  • SIMS Race Report San Diego County Fair

    June 27, 2017- Del Mar, CA- When I saw the advertisement for the WGAS Motorsports/Black Rhino Performance SXS time trial race at the San Diego County Fair, I knew I had to check it out.  The fair is right in my backyard!  They were offering only two classes on race day- 900 production and under & 1,000 turbo/unlimited.  I would run in the 900 class and put my Polaris RZR 800 to the test.  They had a 16 and up age limit, but after talking to WGAS ahead of time, they cleared me to race even though I am only 13!  I was stoked!SD Fair 12

    On race day, we arrived at the fair and got checked in.  There were seven cars in my class, and I would be #7 in line to run.  Because it was time trials, we were running one at a time on the course against the clock.  They set up the first race in the afternoon as a qualifier and the evening race was the main event.  When it was time, I lined up outside of the stadium entrance and waited for my turn.  They let us do one practice lap to get a feel for the course.  After running that first lap, I was pumped.  It was a great course with awesome jumps!  We lined up again to run our two qualifying laps.  My first lap time came in at 38.495 seconds and after round 1, I was running in 3rd place!  We lined up again and I knew I could shave some time off my next lap.  As the green flag dropped, I took off and raced as fast as I could around the course and over the jumps.  As I came to a stop at the end, I came in with a lap time of 37.882 seconds!  I was still running in 3rd after round 2, and I got ready to move to the main event that evening.SD Fair 10

    We would be running 3 laps in the evening and I had some ideas to try to shave some more time off of my laps.  We got ready and lined up outside of the stadium again to run the main.  We were in the same race order as earlier in the day, so the other 6 cars ran their laps, and then it was my turn to go.  I took off out of the gate!  I raced around the course and came in with a lap time of 37.556 seconds.  I had improved again!  I waited to run lap two and knew I could do better.  I took off again, and I clocked a 36.991 second lap time!  My third lap in the main and final lap for the day was the best by far.  I knew the course well and I flew out of the gate.  I clocked a 36.188 second lap time!  I was beyond pumped and excited!  I was able to improve my lap times by 2.307 seconds over the course of the day, I was the youngest racer at the event, and I placed 3rd in my class!    SD Fair 13

    Thanks so much to these amazing companies and people that support my program: Got Sand Performance, Addict Racing Engines, Red Rock, Method Race Wheels, Crow Enterprizes, Factory UTV, GBC Motorsports, RT Pro, Yoshimura, Demon Powersports, Baja Designs, Gates G Force, Elka Suspension, Rugged Radios, Maxima Racing Oils, Crown Performance Products, Surface Sun Systems, Butter Supply Co, Pavement Recycling Systems, Perrault Motorsports, and my parents who make this possible for me!  Thanks to WGAS Motorsports and Black Rhino Performance for putting on this awesome event and for allowing me to race!  You can check out the Sims188 Racing team on Instagram @csims188 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/csims188/SD Fair 3

  • RT Pro New Product Announcement #100: Ace 900XC Nerf Bars

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    PR #100:

    June 29,2017

    Product

    RT Pro Nerf Bars

    Part #

    #RTP5401806

    MSRP

    $350.00

    Application

    2017 Polaris Ace 900XC

    Media & Links

    RTP5401806-01RT Pro Nerf BARS for Polaris Ace 900XC

    Coldwater, MI — The engineers at RT Pro have been hard at work designing a wide range of suspension options and body armor and accessories for the late model for the 2017 UTV lineup. One of the latest products to hit the market are nerf bars for the 2017 Polaris Ace 900XC. Designed, tested and built right here in the USA, these nerf bars are built to provide extra protection and rigidity keeping the sides of your 900XC out of harms way by deflecting rocks, trees and other hazards when you’re bombing down tight trails. The design offers additional tire coverage and features a rear kicker to keep the rear tires from getting snagged offroad. Additionally they make for a sturdy step to get in and out of your side by side.

    The bars are built from 1” OD x .095” DOM tubing with 16ga steel, formed and dimple die cut with the RT logo. These nerf bars are fully welded and bring a new level of strength and rigidity by tying into the Ace 900XC at 3 mounting points. They come finished in a durable gloss black powdercoat finish with all mounting hardware included. Installation is a breeze as these bars bolt-on with no need to cut or weld. Upgrade your 2017 Polaris Ace 900XC protection with these new nerf bars and other accessories from RT Pro.

    RT Pro UTV, 491 W. Garfield Ave. Coldwater, MI 49036
    (517) 278-7768 | rtproutv.com | sales@sporttruckusainc.com

  • SIMS Race Report WORCS Stop 9

    June 18, 2017- Devore, CA- I had a great time at Glen Helen Raceway last weekend racing at WORCS, round 9!  I was able to get in a few practice laps the day before the race.  My car was running great and the track was tons of fun, so I was pumped for race day!

    Summer is definitely here!  It was well over 100 degrees when we lined up to race on Saturday afternoon.  My class was the fourth row to start and there were seven cars in my class.  The rows ahead of us took off one by one with a full minute in between each rows start.  As row three took off in front of us, I started my car and got ready to go.  The flagger looked at his watch and I loaded up.  As the flag flew, I hit the gas and took off!  I got the hole shot and rounded the first turn around Talladega hill!  1C8C3027

    I was able to stay in the lead, but the second place finisher was on my bumper and the rest of the pack was not far behind.  I knew it was going to be a long, hot race, so I focused and settled in.

    As I headed out on the first lap, I was running in front, but I knew I was going to have to drive hard and fast the entire race.  The second place finisher stayed right behind me, and there was no room for error.  I stayed with it and was able to get into a good rhythm.  Every time I would make a little progress and gain a little bit more of a lead, the second place finisher would catch me and I’d have to try again to regain the cushion in between us. 1C8C3175With each lap, I would encounter traffic in front of me and I had to pick my lines and move quickly so I didn’t slow down.  For a full 40 minutes, we put in some serious work.  I stayed on the gas with the second place finisher pushing me.  It was a great race and in the end I was able to stay in the lead and crossed the finish line in 1st place!   184A2865

    Our race schedule lightens a little through the summer, so we will be doing prep work and testing on the car.  In July, I am looking forward to racing at the DIRT series, round 6.

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    Thanks so much to these awesome companies and people that support my program: Got Sand Performance, Addict Racing Engines, Red Rock, Method Race Wheels, Crow Enterprizes, Factory UTV, GBC Motorsports, RT Pro, Yoshimura, Demon Powersports, Baja Designs, Gates G Force, Elka Suspension, Rugged Radios, Maxima Racing Oils, Crown Performance Products, Surface Sun Systems, Butter Supply Co, Pavement Recycling Systems, Perrault Motorsports, and my parents who make this possible for me!  Thanks to WORCS for giving us a place to race and Harlen Foley for always taking such rad pictures of us!  You can check out the Sims188 Racing team on Instagram @csims188 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/csims188/.

  • SIMS Race Report DIRT Stop #5

    Devore, CA- June 5, 2017- I had an awesome weekend racing both the DIRT Series and the Quad X Racing Series at Glen Helen Raceway last Sunday!  Unfortunately, our practice was cancelled on Saturday, but we were able to practice for about 15 minutes on Sunday morning before racing started.  At the driver’s meeting, we were given the race schedule for the day.  When both series race on the same day, the line-up is usually long.  Sunday was no exception.  My class was race number 17 for the Quad X Series and race 21 for the DIRT Series- the last race of the day.

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    As the day progressed, it was my classes turn to head to the line.  The 1000 class would race at the same time, and they would start first.  The flagger dropped the flag and the 1000 class took off.  I loaded up and our flag dropped.  I hit the gas and got the hole shot!  As we rounded the first turn, I settled in and stayed on the gas.  I gradually increased my lead and as the checked flag flew, I crossed the finish line in first place!

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    We only had a few races in between, so I headed back to our pit to relax for a minute before racing again.  It wasn’t long before we headed back up to the start line to line up for the first moto of the DIRT Series.  We lined-up, the flagger made sure everyone was ready, and the flag dropped.  I floored it and was able to get the hole shot again!  I drove almost identically to the first race and I felt like the lines I had picked were great.  As we finished out the race, I crossed the finish line in first place!

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    The day progressed, and then it was our turn again to head to the start line to race our second motos.  The 1000 class took off before my class again, and then our green flag dropped.  I stepped on the gas and was able to get the hole shot again!  The track had changed a little from all of the racing that had been done throughout the day, but I still felt like I was picking good lines.  About halfway through the race, I could feel something was wrong with my car.  I radioed to my pit crew and told them that something wasn’t right, but I was still able to continue on.  I had slowed down a little to compensate, giving second place a chance to catch me.  I stayed on the gas as much as I could, and I was focused and determined not to let a mechanical failure take me out of the race.  As the checked flag flew, I crossed the finish line first with second place on my bumper.  I was stoked!

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    We hurried back to our pit to figure out what was wrong with my car before the next race, and we didn’t have much time.  My team was able to get my car fixed and back to the start line in time to start the next moto.  We lined up for the last race of the day and took off from the line.  I took the hole shot for the fourth time, rounded the turn they call Talladega, and floored it!  Second place stayed close and was diving hard and fast to catch me with the rest of the pack behind.  I stayed on the gas and was able to stay out in front of the pack.  As the race came to a close, I crossed the finish line in first place!

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    I brought home 1st overall for the day in the Quad X Racing Series and 1st overall for the day in the DIRT Series!  It was a great day of racing!  The car was performing well and I was able to get out in front and stay there for all four motos.  It was a great feeling!

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    Thanks so much to these awesome companies that support my program: Got Sand Performance, Addict Racing Engines, Red Rock, Method Race Wheels, Crow Enterprizes, Factory UTV, GBC Motorsports, RT Pro, Yoshimura, Demon Powersports, Baja Designs, Gates G Force, Elka Suspension, Rugged Radios, Maxima Racing Oils, Crown Performance Products, Surface Sun Systems, Butter Supply Co, Pavement Recycling Systems, Perrault Motorsports, and my parents who make this possible for me!  Thanks to Steve at the DIRT Series and Quad X Racing Series for a crazy but super fun day filled with racing!  You can check out the Sims188 Racing team on Instagram @csims188 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/csims188/.

  • Louisville Unlimited Offroad Expo Report – 6-8-17

    This was a great show for RT Pro with a huge customer turnout and a world class staff who put the event on. We had an excellent booth space being the very first company all show attendants would see as they walked in to the show and the last they would see when walking out. We had a couple of RT Pro sponsored GNCC racer Jesi Stracham’s Polaris Ace factory race cars on display showing off some new preproduction products as well as our company RZR XP 1000 with our new 20” Long Travel suspension system on it flexing out on the display rocks.

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    There was a raffle contest for a $200 gift card to www.RTPROutv.com and a discount code to the website available to all physically attending customers. Under our RT Pro tent we had the new Magellan TRX7 GPS Navigation System on display for customers to try out as well as a great spread of our most popular products on display for customers to see and feel the quality and superior engineering while asking or reps all the questions they wanted.

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    RT Pro was present on-site for all activities including the outdoor off-road event in which we even did a “parking lot install” of our RZR S 800 Replacement Spring Kit on a new customers custom mini buggy he built using OEM Polaris/Fox shocks and wasn’t happy with the performance with the OEM springs. We were so impressed with his work we wanted to see if we could impress him with our springs and ability to determine the optimal rates for his custom application. In our first try out on the track made available to event participants, we had the buggy handling far better than the original springs and the customer was smiling from ear to ear. This shows two things; One, our springs are so easy to install you can do it in a parking lot. And two, we’re so good at putting the right springs rates on off-road vehicles we can even outfit a completely custom car after simply looking at it and getting some weights. The same people who did this are the ones who designed our Spring Rate Calculator many customers trust to determine the proper rates for their UTV Spring Replacement kits every day.

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    This is one of the best off-road shows in the country because of the promotors and organizers efforts to make it fun and enjoyable for the participants and the vendors. Every night they put on a gathering and a dinner for everyone including a massive truck/Jeep/UTV show right on the river downtown Louisville called the “River Raid Party” and then the off-road industry descended on the famed “4th Street”, also downtown Louisville, for the “4th Street Invasion” on the final night of the weekend and it was quite a site to see.

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    We’d like to thank the staff of this event for their hospitality and also all the many customers who stopped by the booth to say hello and check out the best UTV chassis, suspension and protection products on the market. We’re looking forward to next year already. For more information on this event and others put on by the same group see www.uorexpo.com and follow RT Pro on Facebook for more event coverage coming soon.

  • Sims Race Report WORCS Stop 8

    May 22, 2017- Cedar City, UT- My team and I had another turnaround trip to Utah and back last weekend to race at WORCS round 8. We’ve just about mastered the 940 mile round trip journey and can do it in about 36 hours! We headed out on Friday night and arrived in Cedar City at the Iron Mine Race Park on Saturday morning. I got checked in, headed to tech, and then went to the driver’s meeting. We took one last look at my car to make sure everything was in great shape before I lined up to race in the afternoon.
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    My class was in row 4 at the start line, and as the other classes took off in front of me, I got focused and ready to start the race. There were 6 cars in my class. The green flag flew and we took off from the line! I fell into 2nd place off of the start line and stayed right behind the car in front of me. I didn’t want to let him get too far out ahead of me. 184A5237
    I wasn’t able to make it to practice the day before, so I was running the course blind. The first two laps were tough and I was trying to find the best lines to take as we raced through the course. During lap three, the third place finisher found a way around me. I stayed right behind her, and as we headed into lap four, I was able to make a pass in a corner, and took off with my foot to the floor. I was determined to catch first place. I flew through the course, but couldn’t quite make it to the checkers first. I clocked the fastest lap of the day in my class at 12:31, and crossed the finish line just 3 seconds behind the first place finisher. I hit the podium in the 2nd place spot.
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    We are prepping the car and gearing up for the month of June. I am looking forward to racing at the DIRT Series round 5, the Quad X Series round 2, and the WORCS Series round 9!
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    Thanks so much to these amazing companies that support my program: Got Sand Performance, Addict Racing Engines, Red Rock, Method Race Wheels, Crow Enterprizes, Factory UTV, GBC Motorsports, RT Pro, Yoshimura, Demon Powersports, Baja Designs, Gates G Force, Elka Suspension, Rugged Radios, Maxima Racing Oils, Crown Performance Products, Surface Sun Systems, Butter Supply Co, Pavement Recycling Systems, Perrault Motorsports, and my parents who make this possible for me! Thanks to WORCS for another awesome race and Harlen Foley for taking such amazing pictures of us! You can check out the Sims188 Racing team on Instagram @csims188 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/csims188/.

  • SIMS Race Report Round 4

    Hesperia, CA- May 14, 2017- DIRT Series round 4 is in the books!  We went out to practice on Saturday at Comp Edge MX.  My car was running great and the track was tons of fun with awesome jumps.  I felt confident going in to Sunday’s races.

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    My class was race 7 in the line-up for the day and when it was time, I headed up to the start line.  I was one of the first cars to get to the line, and after everyone filtered in, I decided I didn’t like my position and I moved all the way to one end.  The green flag dropped and we were off!  I put my foot to the floor and looked straight ahead up the huge hill we climbed right off the start.  I got the hole shot and I was so focused on what was in front of me, I had no idea what was going on behind me.  Dirt 4 1

    All of the cars in my class got tangled up right off of the start line.  I was so glad that I had made the decision to move!  I kept on the gas as we rounded the first turn.  I had two cars on my bumper but I was determined to stay in front.  I drove hard and was hitting the jumps fast.  I kept my pace and after 6 laps, I crossed the finish line in 1st place!

    Later in the day, I geared up for moto 2.  My plan was to drive exactly the same way I had in moto 1.  We lined up and the green flag dropped.  I stepped on the gas and got the hole shot again.  This time, I had one car right on my bumper, but again, I was determined to stay in the lead.  I held my 1st place positon for the first 3 laps of the race, and then as I was making my way in to lap 4, I came off of a jump.  As I landed, I could feel something in the front of my car and I knew it wasn’t good.  Dirt 4 2

    Determined to stay in the race, I tried to turn and keep going, but several people on the track signaled to me to stop.  I had broken a tie rod bolt, and it took me out of the race with only 3 laps to go.

    With the two moto format and the way the rest of the class shook out on Sunday, I ended up pulling an overall 3rd place finish for the day. C11478

    We are in full blown prep mode to get the car ready for WORCS round 8 in Cedar City, UT this coming weekend.

    Thanks so much to these awesome companies that support my program: Got Sand Performance, Red Rock, Method Race Wheels, Crow Enterprizes, Factory UTV, GBC Motorsports, RT Pro, Yoshimura, Demon Powersports, Baja Designs, Gates G Force, Elka Suspension, Rugged Radios, Maxima Racing Oils, Crown Performance Products, Surface Sun Systems, Butter Supply Co, Pavement Recycling Systems, Perrault Motorsports, and my parents who make this possible for me!  Thanks to Steve at the DIRT Series for a great day of racing!  You can check out the Sims188 Racing team on Instagram @csims188 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/csims188/.

  • What if I want to switch spring rates?

    We understand one size doesn't always fit all even though our Spring Rate Calculator is 98% accurate.

    We have a spring swap program here where we swap out springs for $70 (per 2 springs) + shipping both ways. Most kits only need 2-4 springs to swap between Standard or Heavy Duty. There’s also a $70 refundable core charge (per two springs) if you want the new springs shipped before you return the ones you have and we will send a return label with the new ones so all you need to do for the return is stick the label on the box and drop off at a UPS location. The return label cost is deducted from the $70 refundable core charge for which the balance is refunded when we get the original springs get back here.

    This is our way of taking care of our customers the best we can. The fee we charge is typically less than the springs even costs us but it's worth it to us to have the best service in the business. If you are ever interested in a spring swap just call our main line at 517-278-7768 to obtain an RMA# and get the process going.

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