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535cc BANSHEE WITH 138.7 HP

-- Looking back at Trinity Racing's Banshee build of 2003 -- The 535cc Cheetah cylinders were the popular choice for Banshee builders back then and Trinity started with that for this project Yamaha we featured in our May 2003 issue.  With a bore and stroke of 72mm x 64mm and 26 ports this twin cylinder two-stroke cranked out 138.7 hp on the dyno.  We have a reprint of that original article you can read below. . .

BIGGER BRAKES FOR YOUR UTV

-- Trinity Racing's oversize rotor kit -- To go fast you need to be able to slow down. With the more horsepower a UTV makes these days, the better brakes it needs. In the case of disc brake rotors, bigger is better. Trinity racing is a company that can help you improve your machine's braking performance. They offer up a kit that includes two oversized front brake rotors and new brackets to mount your stock calipers to. The outside diameter of these big rotors is 270 mm. For a comparison, the RZR XP 1000's stock rotors…

PROJECT UTV: Trinity Racing RZR 570

To our surprise, when Polaris introduced the RZR 570 in 2011, it was actually more fun than the original RZR 800. Chassis and body refinements, along with an all-new DOHC, fourvalve, single-cylinder engine and better clutching, made it a blast to drive. Furthermore, the machine was priced incredibly low at $9999. Since that time, the price has only jumped $300, making this machine still one of the best values you can find. With all the money you can save buying a RZR 570, there’s no better use of those funds than doing a…

PRODUCT TEST: Trinity Racing Wildcat 1060

The Arctic Cat Wildcat delivered huge suspension numbers when it was released in 2011, touting 17 inches of travel in the front and a terrain-devouring 18 inches at the rear end. The motor choice was logical, as the 1000cc trend is booming right now. Their 951cc, V-twin H2 engine was shoehorned into the Wildcat’s tubular steel frame. When we first tested the Wildcat, we weren’t thrilled with its straight-line acceleration. The 951cc engine promised to make exciting power, but it felt lackluster compared to the Can-Am…