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Enduro Alaska tests the 2014 TE300

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Puff can that sucker orange and call it good.

I was hoping to see a head to head with the Big Wheel.

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That might not be a bad idea sabortooth.

 

Although, the BW just got a new high compression piston, a better carb, inverted forks and some fancy powder coating.

 

I don't think it would be fair to compare it to a stock TE300.

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Maybe just a reliability test will tell a lot.

I enjoyed the vid. :ride:

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That might not be a bad idea sabortooth.

 

Although, the BW just got a new high compression piston, a better carb, inverted forks and some fancy powder coating.

 

I don't think it would be fair to compare it to a stock TE300.

Ya, the stock TE300 should at least get race fuel to compete with the BW350 sandbagger. :worthy:

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H6llyw76d has decided to install a nitrous system to make it an even match.

 

I still won't bet on the 300 though.

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640AK,

 

Get back to editing and producing more videos.  I need more chuckles as winter hits.

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Ok. I'll get back to the grindstone and get some more videos out.

 

Does anyone know it there is a turbo available for the TE300? It seems like there is a kit for every snowmachine out there but none for the bikes.

 

I have to throw Hollywood some kind of bone for the comparison...

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Great vid!  As an "old" man who just don't got the energy to kick the starter I appreciate the recognition of who exactly should be riding the TE300.  In fact I don't know of anyone (certainly none of the guys I ride with) who is under 50 years old and rides a 300 2T be it orange or white (blue and yellow).

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