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So we had the photo shoot for our prject Teryx yesterday, it went pretty well. Had some issues with overheating and a rear tire refused to hold air, but overall, it went alright. The other Teryx owned by Brian looked really nice, he did a nice job on it, so congrats Brian on your car!

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I am waiting for approval to do that...not just yet.

I did leave you a message, so if you could shoot me a call when you get the chance, that would be great!
 

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are you talking brian B. ?? if so his ride did look pretty nice...overheating??? is it the 840 kit or what?? where did you shoot it?
 

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Yes Brian B, no it is not the 840 kit at all, it is a problem with the radiator and the fan not kicking on. Thinking it could be electrical, however, we are looking into it, possible air trapped in the radiator, we will see.

No the 840 ran awesome...all the power in the world!

The shoot was done at a riding area here in Arizona called Mile Marker 11.5...well I suppose it is probably called something different, however, we have always referred to it as 11.5.
 
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