eli turbotettu 800cc Vmax-4 261,367 kmh 304 metriin. "It turned out to be a great day at the first official return race of NSSR in Buffalo, Minnesota! I started out on my first run with skis floating in the air and hanging on for dear life. I let off at the 800 ft mark because skis were starting to lift hard in the air. I figured maybe 140 mph seeing I let off. I waited at the end for Curt Wald to tow me back on the ATV, when I seen him give me the "waving thumbs up". I asked how fast and he said 158.xxx mph and I didn't believe him 'till I seen it for myself. The next run was at least a full run but the engine was still a little on the cold side and took about 100 ft to make good boost, then to my suprise we went 159.707 mph. So the next run I had to break into the 160 club. I turned boost up 1 additional pound, gave the sled a good warm up and we hit 162.406 mph in 1000 feet. So we ended up breaking 2 world records. The first being the "Open Lake Racer" world record held by Curtis Johnson of Illinois with a '99 Thunder Cat 1400cc with 3 stages of N20 @ 149.xxx mph in 1000'. We bumped that record by 13 mph. Then the second record was "Fastest Full-Bodied Snowmobile in the World" held by Jeff Simmon's/ Jack Henricks of Simmon's CPR with an RX-1 holding the record of 153.xxx mph in 1000' set in 2008 as we broke that record by almost 10 mph in 1000'. We had 1 more run but I didn't feel like laying all my cards out on the table, as the sled still has much more! Our next NSSR race is in Menomonie, WI on January 31st. I will be looking for 167-170 mph in 1000' My goal this season was to break 155 mph in 1000' and with luck break 160 mph in 1000' by the end of the season, I can't believe we shattered that in the third run by almost 3 mph. This is a "REAL" full-bodied production snowmobile weighing 763 pounds and 15-years old, not a tubular chassis w/ production plastics. The complete turbo kit is 1 off and designed in my garage by me and dynoed @ Glenn Hall's of D&D Racing. 6-years of Curt and I talking and throwing out ideas has finally paid off, but not without much trial and error and some $$$$. But enclosing Caveman Racing as arrived and we have only began to make statements For more pictures and info go to www.racenssr.com on Monday morning! Thanks, Caveman Racing Team "