Post by RevitupRUPP on Feb 27, 2010 21:06:57 GMT -6
The one guy who gave their Rupp snowmobiles to me and he sent me some pics from my e-mail. The old Rupp snowmobile race. These photos are from early 1970's Rupp Snowmobile Race at Walworth County Fair in Elkhorn, WI and there was 14 rupp snowmobile in this racing plus other model of snowmobile like ski doo, polaris, etc... So they were racing each other. One guy got first place in this race was rupp, he had 1972 Rupp Nitro 650.
I never knew it was done on plain old dirt. See quite a few pictures where it's supposed to be snow and has turned to mud, but on a horse track with no snow at all??? Looks like fun!
yep, a horse track with no snow. This was in September. Should be fun! Maybe we should go on horse track and race! But it will wear the Rupp's Sled out faster. Also get close to 100% traction. woo hoo!
GONE FISHING: I do, your Judgeship
Jan 16, 2015 12:05:02 GMT -6
DENNIS: Rick ill get it from you at waconia thank you
Jan 16, 2015 21:41:48 GMT -6
ruppgreenhorn: just wonder what spark plugs to use in kec 340 in 1971 sprint thanks for any help.
Jan 19, 2015 1:30:16 GMT -6
smallengineman09: all you rupp guys out there how and the heck do you remove the primary clutch on my 77 nitro ive just about tried everything whats the trick ?
Jan 25, 2015 8:01:26 GMT -6
red19lite: if your clutch is a hex arctic I have had best luck with two piece comet duster puller has same 9/16 nf thread
Jan 25, 2015 13:42:29 GMT -6
smallengineman09: Thanks Kevin ive just bought a few parts from you threw ebay thanks for the parts. Joe Boggie from maine told me about you. I finely removed the Comet 102c clutch its was a pain had to use some torches . Jeremy Hann
Jan 26, 2015 20:31:26 GMT -6
red19lite: okay, the two piece comet pullers work the best in my experience. have someone check the runout in that crank when you have it out no more than .004 better close to zero if you been banging around on it getting the clutch off
Jan 26, 2015 20:53:42 GMT -6
chuckbrut: I am interested in the parts from the allouette jr brut how cam=n i get ahold of you Chuck
Feb 1, 2015 17:02:07 GMT -6
ruppgreenhorn: can anyone help me out im trying to figure out cooling gauge on 1977 rupp nitro it is not doing anything I would like to know how to test sensor and gauge if anyone knows please give me some insight thanks joe
Feb 2, 2015 18:30:29 GMT -6
runnerupp: Probably shunned upon but I finally got my 74 American out with 95 Indy drive and new limped track.
Feb 2, 2015 20:03:00 GMT -6
runnerupp: That's a Kimpex track dang auto correct.
Feb 2, 2015 20:04:36 GMT -6
ruppluver: runnerupp,its better to see the Rupp in the snow,that sitting out in the trees.More & more people are retrofitting tracks because of the non obtainable,good Rupp tracks.YOUR sleds,do whatever it takes to ride & have fun with them.
Feb 3, 2015 22:30:14 GMT -6
runnerupp: My thoughts exactly run plover
Feb 4, 2015 10:47:09 GMT -6
runnerupp: Again with that auto correct. Rupplover
Feb 4, 2015 10:48:23 GMT -6
ruppluver: run plover & Rupplover,thats not me.
Feb 5, 2015 16:30:54 GMT -6
RevitupRUPP: I like that new name come on ruppluver lol
Feb 6, 2015 10:09:04 GMT -6
GONE FISHING: RUN PLOVER RUN!!!
Feb 19, 2015 20:57:09 GMT -6
lemans1955: Lol!! I agree with Rupplover, keep em going, specially with a track conversion. Rupp tracks are hard to come by, and even when you find a nice one they are still 40 years old and heavy as sin.
Feb 24, 2015 17:57:53 GMT -6
waterjacket: hello fella's
Feb 25, 2015 20:51:09 GMT -6