CES 2015

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Well CES 2015 has come and gone and it was amazing again this year! Thanks

to everyone we met, and those able to make it by the booth. We had a great

time. See you next year.

 

DAY 4:

Day 4 is starting shortly and we can’t wait to get rolling!

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Just few more really impressive showings from yesterday before we get today

underway.

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DAY 3:

Day 3 is up and running! You can really see just about everything here at CES 2015.

Oh yeah, and this is happening a lot.

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Never really get tired of seeing the models, I must say.

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Apparently Panasonic are giving out free hair cuts?!?

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There are also an awful lot of these everywhere!

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And these!

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And of course a ton of these, but there is only “World’s Largest”. Watch out for

the phone case guys, they are also everywhere.

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And there’s even Super Heros!

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DAY 2:

Nikon was also very impressive with their 360 Project!

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Kicker always make an impressive showing and this year is no different. The

bass table/ping pong is both fun and impressive. As always, Kicker displays

and demo vehicles are powered by XS Power.

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DAY 1:

Day one is in the books, and it was amazing! Hoping day 2 is as great.

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The new booth really came together!

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There is always so much amazing automotive, electronic and tech innovations

to see at CES, and 2015 is no different!

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Chris even had a few minutes to get out of the booth to get a glimpse of

everything CES 2015.

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Oh yeah, and Ally is here!

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Just a little clean up final setup before the doors open.

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It looks like there will be plenty of eye candy again this year! Just one quick peek!

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Hello Vegas! Only one day left until CES 2015 starts!

 

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Don’t forget, if you’re here, stop by to see what we have coming in 2015!

 

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And Ally!!!

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Plus, look what we saw on the way in from the parking lot this morning!

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Hair Trick Tuesdays!

 

#HairTrickTuesday is a new, once a week thing we’ll be posting for the next little while! If you have good pics you’d like to submit, please do and be sure to include #HairTrickTuesday in the subject line. Who knows, it might get you some XS Power gear!

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#HairTrickTuesday! Trinidad and Tobago is representing! Team XS Power member Fawwaz Ali comes though with the major trick video!

Be sure to check out Fawwaz’s team page at here.

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PRI 2014

 

DAY 3

We’ve wrapped another great PRI Show and made it home. Big thanks to everyone that stopped by and helped to make this year’s show a huge success.

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DAY 2

Day 1 is in the books and was a blast(so was last night) and day 2 is underway! If you’re here, stop by booth #3621 in the Yellow Hall.

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Today is PRI 2014 opening day, come by and see what XS Power has going on for 2015 and beyond.

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Hello Indianapolis! We made it and the show starts tomorrow.

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On the road to PRI 2014. The show starts Thursday, see you there!

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That’s right, PRI 2014 is almost here! If you’re not already planning on being there, and you’re in the Indianapolis area next week, stop by and see what we’ve been up to all year, all that we have new for 2015 and even take a look at what our Trusted Partners have been up to as well. Be sure to check back throughout the week for updates and special. See you there!

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Polaris RZR build by MTX

 

Check out the latest Polaris RZR build by MTX powered by XS Power! Since 2005, MTX has entrusted XS Power batteries in all of their SEMA and CES product demo vehicles. Be sure to check out the rest of the MTX builds on their team page here or all of the MTX builds here.

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SEMA 2014

 

We’ve wrapped another one, and SEMA 2014 was a huge success and an incredible experience. XS Power and Street Outlaws would like to thank you for being a part of it.

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We debuted our new booth and some new products…

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Had Ally on hand signing posters…

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And these guys even showed up from time to time!

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The fourth and final day of SEMA 2014 is upon us and it’s been amazing again this year. Today is also the last day to enter for your chance to win one of our new XS Power T’s

 

Be sure to stop by the booth this afternoon to meet, get yourself an autograph and maybe even a picture with the guys from Discovery Channel’s STREET OUTLAWS! Check back shortly for more updates and tons of photos.

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Day 3 of SEMA 2014 is under way and just in case you’re not able to make it to the show to see what’s new for 2015, here’s a peek at one of our new product offerings for 2015! And don’t forget to enter for your chance to win a new XS Power T!

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Day 2 of SEMA 2014 is just about ready to kick off and we’re already getting winning entries for our new XS Power T’s give away! Be sure to enter for your chance to win!

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Well, SEMA 2014 is fast underway and it’s already turning out to be amazing again this year! We will be posting live from the show, so check back through the week. If you’re in the Vegas area or already here at SEMA, come by and say hi and grab some freebies!

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Don’t forget to enter to win an XS Power t-shirt. We will be giving shirts away everyday this week, starting today!

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So, SEMA 2014 is almost upon us again and we are excited to announce that we are wildly expanding the XS Power experience for this year’s show! Come by and see what’s new for 2015 and beyond in the North Hall, booth #11633. Check back for updates throughout the show.

Venturini Motorsports Back-To-Back Wins!

Summer is heating up for Venturini Motorsports!  The team recently earned back-to-back victories at Springfield and Madison bringing their season win total to four!

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Taking advantage of a good racecar and some misfortune of others, Justin Boston drove the Venturini Motorsports No. 25 ZLOOP/JACO Environmental Toyota to his second victory of the 2014 ARCA Racing Series season in the Herr’s Live Life with Flavor 200 at Madison International Speedway on August 24th. – See more at: venturinimotorsports.com

 

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Back on August 17th, Kevin Swindell, driving the No.15 Zaxby’s Toyota for Venturini Motorsports in a substitution role for driver John Wes Townley, made the most of his opportunity Sunday afternoon with a thrilling late race surge to come from behind and win the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards – Central Illinois SuperChevyStores.com 100 at the Springfield dirt-mile. – See more at: venturinimotorsports.com

XSP APP Update

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Be sure that you have the most up-to-date version of our Fitment/Dealer Locator App! If you are not sure or you would like to download it and get started, go to either Google Play or iTunes to check it out.

The XS Power Battery Search app allows you to quickly determine the right XS Power battery for your vehicle, then to find the closest dealer. The Battery Search allows you to select your vehicle’s Year, Make, Model, and Engine size to determine the battery which is the best fit.

DOWNLOAD NOW!

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PRI 2013

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2013 PRI Show was a huge success and a ton of fun! We were lucky to have the

guys from Street Outlaws in our booth signing autographs.

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We also had a couple of the cars from the show in the booth this year. Big

Chief’s GTO and Chuck’s Mustang!

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Check out a few of the rides that are XS Powered.

 

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Not to mention, we got to see this!

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The 2014 CES Show was huge a ton of fun and a huge success!

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We’ve come to the final day of the 2014 CES Show. It’s been an awesome show!

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As promised, here is some more of the HOTNESS(not cell phone cases) that

we saw at CES this year, including a few truly impressive booths!

 

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We really need one of these for the office!

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HOTNESS like this!

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And THIS!!!

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CES just got started today and we’re already amazed(not just by the cell phone

cases). Check out a few of the rides that are XS Powered.

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Comeback throughout the week to see more from CES 2014!

SEMA 2013

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I know we’re a little late posting about our great time at SEMA 2013, but I’ll

try to catch you up!

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After getting setup we had a little while to check out all the other booths and

look who we ran into.

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We had our new XP750-CK and PSC60 unit on display in the Mobile

Electronics Product display cases.

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We ran into the guys from Wet Sounds and had the chance to see all of the

awesome rides they brought to the show.

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And, of course we brought Ally to sign autographs…

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and Lane!

Jeg Coughlin Jr. Wins Fifth Title!

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JEGS Performance and XS Power holding the trophy at the end of the day yet

again! Congrats to Jeg Coughlin, Jr. and the entire JEGS crew for winning

their fifth Pro Stock title Sunday in the Auto Club NHRA Finals.

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JEGS.com/Mopar Dodge driver Jeg Coughlin Jr.won his fifth Pro Stock title Sunday in the Auto Club NHRA Finals, joining John Force, Shawn Langdon and Matt Smith as season champions. Coughlin, a four-time event winner this season in his Dodge Avenger, took the title at historic Auto Club Raceway at Pomona when his only remaining challenger, Jason Line, lost in the second round of eliminations.

“In this day and age, it is so tough to win out here,” said Coughlin, from Columbus, Ohio. “We’ve seen a lot of races won and lost by just a few thousands of a second. I think this is one of the tightest, and one of the most intense championships I’ve ever won. This ranks right up there with 2007 when we had the two cuts to the Countdown to One in the first year of our playoffs.” Coughlin is the eighth driver in NHRA history to win five pro series championships. He also won a Super Gas title in the NHRA Lucas Oil Series in 1992.

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JEGS Performance and XS Power holding the trophy at the end of the day yet

again! Congrats to Jeg Coughlin, Jr. and the entire JEGS crew for taking over

the points lead in the NHRA Pro-Stock division this past weekend.

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JEGS.com/Mopar Dodge driver Jeg Coughlin Jr. took command of the Pro Stock points lead with a brilliant performance in winning the Auto-Plus NHRA Nationals on Sunday at Maple Grove Raceway. Coughlin, the four-time Pro Stock champion, won on holeshots in the semi-finals and final, beating J&J Racing teammate Allen Johnson in the finalround with a .004-second reaction time.

“Sometimes you live and die on your starts, there’s no question about it,” said Coughlin, who secured his 56th career Pro Stock victory. “We just had some off runs the last two weeks and didn’t get away with it. I think the thing that fired me up is following my son, Jeg III, play in the Ohio state district golf tournament. He was looking to advance to the state finals. It was an event, kind of like the Countdown (to the Championship), where it’s all on the line.

A bad hole or two can make it tough.

“As I was keeping his stats for him, I was just getting more and more fired up by watching his drive and dedication. I told him after that, ‘Man, this weekend is going to be just fantastic for me because you’ve got me fired up.'”

Coughlin’s “worst” reaction time Sunday was .032 seconds, but he also had lights of .022 and .012. The .012 came against No. 1 qualifier Jason Line in the semifinals after Line had lane choice with a quicker pass in the quarterfinals. But thanks to Coughlin’s head start of .029 seconds (Line was .041 on the Christmas Tree); he was able to hold off Line’s pass of 6.607 seconds at 210.01 mph with his slower run of 6.615 seconds at 208.39 mph.

Johnson, the No. 2 qualifier who had one of the quickest cars Sunday, had lane choice, too. But Coughlin’s near-perfect reaction time got him ahead, and he won with a pass of 6.616 seconds at 208.75 mph, holding off Johnson’s quicker 6.588 second run at 209.39 mph.

The two holeshot wins give Coughlin 91 for his stellar career, the most in Pro Stock history.

“It doesn’t get any better than that,” Coughlin said of the semifinals and final. “The KB Racing cars have come on like gangbusters the last four or five weeks. To get by my teammate AJ – he’s gotten by me in a couple of finals this year – it felt nice to see that win light turn on. I put the car in fifth gear and peered over to the right. I could hear him but not see him.

“I saw my win light come on and that’s when the celebration began. The J&J team did a heckuva job to get both our cars in the finals.”

Coughlin had led the Pro Stock standings during the previous two races but didn’t hang on to it at the end of each event. This time, though, he assured himself of the points lead by beating Line and then extended it to 45 points, unofficially, by winning the race.

“With the way things have played out the last couple of races with us playing around with the points lead, it feels good to leave Reading with the lead,” Coughlin said. “I’m an optimistic person, but we’ve got a lot of racing left to do. All across the Pro Stock horizon they are (preparing) for a great Vegas run. We’d love to say this thing is all but over, but there are a lot of rounds left.”

The Countdown resumes with the NHRA Nationals on Oct. 25-27 at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the penultimate race of 2013.

“I wasn’t worried about not leaving the points lead in those other races,” Coughlin said. “I was frustrated by the fashion we were eliminated from those events. We made a pretty good jump over No. 2 to have the points lead, but it’s all about racing hard, racing smart. Fortunately our team did both those things this weekend.”

Kyle Benjamin’s 3rd Consecutive Victory for Venturini Motorsports

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Fifteen-year old Venturini Motorsport’s driver Kyle Benjamin made history Sunday, becoming the youngest winner in ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards history, winning the 200-lap Herr’s Live Life with Flavor 200.

“Winning today is the highlight of my career! We had a top five car at the beginning before making our first and only pit stop. We got that two tires and the car came to life,” Benjamin said. “From there it was smooth sailing. Kevin Reed is such a good crew chief. I got the best team behind me. Billy Venturini is awesome. I had a great spotter. Everything just came together today. I’m really happy for all of the guys.”Benjamin’s victory was the third consecutive victory for Venturini Motorsports (VMS) setting another series record for the most consecutive team/car wins with multiple drivers behind the wheel. Erik Jones and Brennan Poole found victory lane the two previous races (Berlin Raceway & Springfield) both driving the No.15 VMS entry. Furthermore VMS’s No.15 car has now won five times in 2013 all with crew chief Kevin Reed at the controls.

 

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Justin Boston finished second at Madison earning a new career best driving his No.25 ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Toyota. Boston who is battling fellow competitor Mason Mingus (No.32 811 Call Before you Dig Toyota) for ARCA rookie of the year honors now has (6) top-5 and (13) top-10 finishes in 16 of 21 events.

“Solid finish and good point’s day,” Boston said. “We had a great car today but just missed out with that long green flag run. Our car was fastest on the track at the end of the race giving me opportunity move up to second but I just didn’t have enough laps to catch him. I wish a caution would have come out so I could have got up there and gave Kyle a battle. He earned that win, though, with only taking on those two tires early. He drove the heck out of it today.”

 

Drivers Justin Boston, Brennan Poole, Taylor Ferns and Milka Duno will try to make it four in a row for team VMS this week when the ARCA Racing Series returns to the DuQuoin, Illinois State Fairgrounds and the Magic Mile on Labor Day, Monday, September 2nd.Practice for the Southern Illinois 100 presented by Federated Car Care is scheduled from 9:00-10:00 a.m. with Menards Pole Award Qualifying presented by Ansell following at 11:15. The 60th annual Southern Illinois 100 starts at 1:30 p.m. All times are local. The event will feature live timing and scoring for all on-track activity at ARCAracing.com, as well as live flag-to-flag audio coverage of the race.

About Venturini Motorsports
Venturini Motorsports (VMS), fielding cars for over 30-years in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, is one of the premier NASCAR driver development programs in the country. Multiple team championships and consistent on-track success, VMS has evolved into one of the most recognizable names in motorsports. Since 2007, VMS has assisted in the career development of notable NASCAR drivers such as Joey Logano, Justin Allgaier, Ryan Blaney, Alex Bowman, Brian Scott, Kevin Swindell, Miguel Paludo, John Wes Townley, Josh Richards and Johanna Long.

In 2012, VMS and the Venturini family was inducted into the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame and now find themselves enshrined with such sports icons as Joe DiMaggio, Mario Andretti, Vince Lombardi, Tommy Lasorda and Rocky Marciano, among others.

After nearly two decades away from NASCAR, 2013 marks VMS’s modern day return to the series with John Wes Townley driving the team’s familiar No.25 in selective NASCAR Nationwide Series events.

Official: www.VenturiniMotorsports.com  |  Twitter: @VenturiniMotor  |  Facebook: Venturini Motorsports

Venturini Motorsports Going Back to Chicagoland!

 

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(CONCORD, N.C. – July 19, 2013) – Venturini Motorsports celebrated its 30th season in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards last year with a dominant win at Chicagoland Speedway. Yet again, 30 is the goal. On Sunday, the team will have a chance at defending Victory Lane and earning its 30th ARCA win in a return to the place the Venturini family calls home.

Today, two-time ARCA driver champion Bill Venturini and owner champion Cathy Venturini, and son and team general manager Billy Venturini, are the key players in the team’s operation from North Carolina. But the family racing lineage began over 60 years ago in Chicago, when Bill’s father, Tony, raced at Soldier Field.

Bill and Cathy formed the team now known as Venturini Motorsports and entered ARCA competition in the early 1980s, and it was only 20 years ago that the family moved to Charlotte to stay ahead in racing. Still, by years, the majority of the Venturini family’s racing history has taken place in and around Chicago, making Sunday’s race as important as any.

“Chicago and Daytona always seem to be the two that we put checkmarks on at the beginning of the year that are important to win,” Billy Venturini said. “We have been lucky enough to win Chicago a couple of times. Hopefully, with our performance in the last intermediate race at Michigan we can roll that recent success to a win at Chicago. This race personally means a lot to our family and friends.”

Kevin Swindell led every lap at the 1.5-mile Joliet, Ill. track last season, establishing a new race speed record of 141.103 mph. In Sunday’s Ansell ActivArmr 150, four Venturini Motorsports drivers will have a chance to join Scott Lagasse (2008) and Swindell as Venturini winners at Chicagoland by scoring a milestone win.

Justin Boston, who is fourth in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards point standings, will be at the wheel of the Venturinis’ flagship No. 25 car in Sunday’s race, hoping to improve upon an impressive speedway performance at Michigan International Speedway last month. Boston (No. 25 ZLOOP Computer & Electronic Recycling Centers Toyota) led 15 laps before finishing fourth, which tied his career high.

Milka Duno (No. 35 CanTV/Milka Way Toyota), the team’s other full-time driver, stands seventh in points, only 110 points from fifth. Duno finished 18th at Chicagoland last year, and will look to improve on an already consistent run which has seen her place between 10th and 13th in each of the last six races this year.

Caleb Armstrong (No. 15 Venturini Motorsports Toyota) last raced in ARCA at Talladega in May, finishing a career-high third. Racing just a three-hour drive from his hometown of New Castle, Ind., Armstrong undoubtedly has his eyes on earning his first ARCA win in front of a Midwestern crowd.

The local connection is even stronger for A.J. Henriksen (No. 55 Venturini Motorsports Toyota), who calls Elgin, Ill. – located fewer than 60 miles from the track – his hometown. Henriksen’s 90th ARCA start will be his eighth at Chicagoland but first since 2008. He placed seventh in 2001.

So as the green flag drops on Sunday’s Ansell ActivArmr 150 to mark the halfway point of ARCA’s 2013 season, Venturini Motorsports has plenty going for it: hometown support, familiar surroundings, and a strong history of recent speed and success.

Practice will begin at 4:10 p.m. Saturday, with Menards Pole Qualifying presented by Ansell at noon Sunday. The 100-lap, 150-mile race will begin at 5 p.m. CT and air live on SPEED. ARCARacing.com will feature live timing and scoring coverage of all on-track events

 

Cris Cornette’s TACOMA

A day in the life of our favorite Baja driver and soon-to-be retired Fire Captain, Cris Cornette.

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1. BajaRack rack holds a ton (not literally, but close) of gear inside Zarges cases, plus MaxTrax sand ladders and a locking Hi-Lift mount.

2. Here’s a close-up look at the swingarm of the Demello rear bumper. The diagonal tubes serves as braces for the whole arm, and it easily holds the spare tire and wheel, plus two jerry cans. Note the retaining strap at lower left.

3. Once you discover how great a powered freezer/fridge is, you’ll retire your ice-cooled Igloo forever. A new-generation ARB unit keeps the steaks, eggs and beverages cool in Cris’ truck.

4. Aggressive front end is done courtesy of a rugged Demello Offroad bumper. A Warn winch wrapped in synthetic line sits inside the bumper for recovery duties, and two 6″ HID Soltek fog lights are ready to lead the way on a murky night.

5. An awning from Camping Labs makes for a pleasant space to sit, have a cup of coffee or dinner, or enjoy the last hours of a long, hot day on the trail.

6. Demello Offroad came through with a gorgeous piece of rear bumper fabrication. Built with signature Demello strength, the unit also looks just right on a Tacoma, neither too big nor too small. Dual recovery points and a 2″ hitch add to the utility. Cris sleeps in the back of the Tacoma, so he chose an Outdoorsman bed shell from A.R.E. which has been color-matched white. A 1.5″ rear adda-leaf kit from Icon Vehicle Dynamics keeps the rear end up under added weight.

7. Dual XS Power D5100 AGM batteries are found under the hood in a Columbia Overland battery box and are monitored full time with a custom computer monitored regulator.

8. It’s a major drag—literally–at best and a fatal problem at worst to be stuck and bogged down in the desert. This Tacoma has MaxTrax sand ladders on hand to help give the tires traction and get moving out of the dunes. Look for a test feature on these units in an upcoming issue of 4WD Toyota Owner.

Cris Cornette’s 2010 Tacoma is an awesome combination of brains and brawn. Brains because it’s been built strategically and with a vision—for supremely reliable, long range expedition work in the roughest of conditions. Brawn because it’s hard to kick sand in the face of Demello bumpers, BFG KM2 tires, dual batteries, Safari snorkel, Warn winch and more, and not expect to pay a price! Rhino Lining down the sides of the Tacoma keep rock and brush rash at bay, as well as look sharp. Demello rock sliders keep the door sills healthy when under rock attack. That’s an A.R.E. rear shell, by the way, complete with roof rails to hold the BajaRack and gear. 4.88 gearing and a rear ARB Air Locker also help with traction in tough terrain. Do you like the steel wheel look?

Wake up and do it all over again!

XS Power Wins at Daytona Again!!

Venturini Motorsports Wins Daytona!

Venturini Motorsports Wins Daytona!

Venturini Motorsports driver John Wes Townley took the checkered flag Saturday after an amazing sequence of events inside the final 10 laps left him at the front of the Lucas Oil 200 presented by MAVTV American Real. Townley won from the pole in what was the 50th annual ARCA Racing Series event at Daytona International Speedway.

“It’s one thing to win your first race in ARCA, it’s another to win at Daytona,” Townley said after the first win in the 31-year history of Venturini Motorsports at Daytona International Speedway.

“This is just a great day for Venturini Motorsports,” Townley said. “This is priceless. I almost wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. It’s a real honor.”

You can find more at http://venturinimotorsports.com/news/index.cfm?cid=55570

 

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3 New Direct Fit Models

 

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The new XS Power D4700, D4800, and D4900  are direct fit batteries for many of the most popular European model vehicles including Mercedes, Jaguar, Land Rover, Porsche, SAAB, Rolls Royce, Volvo, and more. These batteries are designed for use under the hoods as starting batteries or in the back as secondary batteries.  The D4700 and D4800 are good for up to 2000 watts as the starting battery and 3000 watts as a secondary battery. The D4900 will power up to 3000 watts as the starting battery and 4000 watts as a secondary battery.