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Bob Shelver (Unregistered Guest)
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Posted on Saturday, January 14, 2006 - 04:59 pm:   

New user just browsing and was reading posts on different subjects and noticed David commenting on the under powered ARGO with snow tracks. I Am an ARGO distributor in Wyoming and tune and set these machines to run @ 6 to 10 thousand feet. At these altitudes I am working with less HP then the sea leavel to 5 thousand feet people. The way I set them up for example 6x6 Bigfoot, super track Mom Dad 2 kids, sled 5 ft of snow no problem move right along. The ARGO right out of the box needs some clutching to perform with the snow track and the correct transmission. We raced snow machines for years and did the same things to them. At lower altitudes you should not have a power problem with a little tuning.