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WORCS STOCK A CLASS CHAMPION AWARDED ATV

 
(10/26/2006)
 Pismo Beach marked the 9th and final round for the WORCS ATV tour. The awards banquet followed the Pro Race finale on the beach.


Jeff Bertuzzi, from Washington UT won the Stock A class championship and came away with a fully loaded 2007 YFZ450 WORCS quad.


The following parts were provided from our brands here at Rocky Mountain ATV. Tusk: Anodized red comp series nerf bars, anodized red folding shift lever, comp series front bumper, +2 braided steel brake lines, parking brake block off, billet aluminum gas cap, fuel mixture screw, & power pull tether kill switch. Longhorn ATV bend big bars, G-Force adjustable width axle, Primary Drive gold X-ring chain, & custom made Attack Graphics.


Armadillo supplied a full chassis skid plate, swing arm guard, and +2 A-arms. Pro Circuit provided a T-4 silencer. The I-Razr's were supplied by Mike Farmer at Maxxis and were mounted on ITP T-9 pro series track lock rear wheels and Baja front wheels. And lastly Works Performance set it up with top of the line Black Widow shocks.


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