1979 Skidoo Snopro Vintage Oval Sled -- Click here for full details

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Chassis
Tunnel / Bulkhead: 
79 Skidoo Snopro
Hood: 
78 Skidoo Snopro
Seat: 
79 Skidoo Snopro
Rear Supension / Shocks: 
79 Skidoo Snopro
Front Suspension / Shocks: 
Tubular with Coil Springs
Skis: 
79 Skidoo Snopro
Engine
Estimated Horse Power: 
125
Cubic Centimeters: 
440
Crank / Stroke: 
Northern Crankshaft, Skidoo rods, 61mm stroke, Skidoo Snopro Case
Cylinders / Bore: 
Twin Cylinder, Wiseco pistons, Skidoo Cylinders, Union Bay Porting 67.5 Bore
Pipes: 
Decker pipes, 10,100 RPM
Intake: 
44mm Mikuni, Rotary Valve
Ignition System: 
Nippondenso Race Ignition
Electronics
EGT / Tach: 
Skidoo Race Tach
Drivetrain
Clutches: 
Polaris primary Skidoo Secondary
Track: 
106 Champ track
Chaincase: 
79 Skidoo snopro
Drivers: 
Wahl Bros Plastic
Driveshafts: 
ClintonMotorsports Titanium
Driver / Owner Info
Owner & Driver: 
Phil Barr - owner
Roark Freeman - Driver
Hobbies: 
Grandchildren, Motorhome Traveling, Going to the cottage, Racing
Occupation: 
Owner of ClintonMotorsports Race sled Fabrication, Repairs, Welding; Driver County Road Maintenance
Years Racing: 
35yrs as a owner, 2nd year for Roark as a Driver
Contact Info: 
Poke-N-Plum Salvage, Inc. 11529 Tecumseh-Clinton Rd Clinton, Michigan 49236 517-403-3331 clintonmotor (at) yahoo.com
Racing
Racing History: 
1972 Drag racing Rupps, 1972 Rupp Nitro with a Yamaha SR engine.
Favorite Track: 
Kalkaska, Michigan US WORLD SERIES TRACK 2003/2004
Favorite Sanctioning Body: 
COSDRA, BEVRA
Racing Highlights: 
Woodys Challenge winner 03 and 04, 1000 Hvy Mod 2003, 1000 Open Mod 2004, Candian World Series Winner 2003 800 open Mod, Canadian Record Holder 2004 first sled to break into the 4.0 second bracket,
Best Performance: 
2007 will be the test for our new Oval Sleds, and building an Open Mod for Asphalt 4cylinder
Sponsors: 
Wiseco, Kimberly Clark, Northern Crankshaft, Polar Performance, Studboy, Recreational Leisure, Carlisle Belts, Wahl Bros,
Future Racing Goals: 
Getting the Grandchildren racing when they get older.

The super sled is a 79 Snopro that was setup for Drag Racing and is now converted to Oval racing, first time out with this sled and first time out as a driver (Roark Freeman) won the Mod X Open class at Lakeview, Michigan. That was a highlight in our racing with this sled. We learned the do's and dont's of Oval Racing. Converting from Drag Racing to Ovals is quite a challenge so our Super Sled went through a complete renovation this year with all the top notch parts that could be put into it. Leaving for Eagle River, Wisconsin to run in the World Championship Vintage Ovals January 11,12,13th. This will be an interesting debut for us. We have another 78 Snopro with a 79 Bulhead that is an Independent that will be completed to race in Eagle River also.

Why is Your Sled a SuperSled?: 
Its rare, and different and looks fast
Average: 3.9 (18 votes)