Xtreme Ups The Ante For 2006 “SS” Line-upThursday, June 8, 2006 | 6:10 AM
Russellville, AR, May 3, 2006: Xtreme Motor Company, home of the Original Pit Pro is thrilled to introduce the new 2006 pit bike line-up. Xtreme now has all of the bases covered from the entry-level to the pro-level, highlighted by three all-new models: The Pro Stock 125, Super Stock 88 and the Stock 50 models. They say a product is the sum of its parts, and the trick components that have been incorporated into the 2006 line-up really make a statement!
With so many awesome upgrades it is hard to say which is most valuable. For example, Xtreme recently purchased the rights to an all-new alloy frame. Not just another substandard copy, this ultra-rigid frame incorporates a hydro-formed backbone for lightness, increased strength and durability. Along with the frame, Xtreme has a newly designed works style swingarm. Big kids will be pleasantly surprised to hear that this Alloy frame and swingarm combination come stock on all 2006 Pro Stock 125cc Pit Pro models — a $699 retail value for no additional charge.
Xtreme Motor Co. is also offering the exclusive Cooper Team Transmission. This is a never before seen close-ratio 4-speed tranny. This is the slickest transmission available in any pit bike on the market, guaranteed. As a matter of fact, we are so confident that the parts are warranted for a full year (including all transmission gears and shaft components). Did we mention that the 4-speed Cooper Team Tranny also comes stock with a manual clutch on all Xtreme Pro Stock 125cc Pit Pros? The same transmission in a semi-auto version will come stock on the highly anticipated 125cc Typhoon sport quad as well.
In addition to the trick tranny, the new Pro Stock 125cc carries on Xtreme’s tradition of being on top of the class with longer forks and the new works style swingarm offering greater control. A newly designed stainless steel exhaust provides increased airflow for better performance while a removable baffle can be added for a quieter ride. Coming stock with aggressive Xtreme Pit Pro 14” front and 12” rear tires, the PS125 has all the traction you need to hook up in any type of terrain. The rear rubber is Xtreme’s exclusive 3.50 X 12 that is a favorite of many top riders and again comes as a standard feature.
Xtreme didn’t stop with the biggest of its minibikes. Check out the Xtreme SS88, designed specifically for the very popular Super Stock 88 Class. With a powerful wave rotor front, 33mm forks, 10” Alloy rims and our monster 3.50 X 10 Xtreme Pit Pro tires, the Xtreme Super Stock 88 is primed for the track!
Finally, Xtreme took everything that we have learned in producing the Original Pit Pro and applied it to the new Stock 50cc. This is a full-featured 50cc bike for both the entry-level rider and the value conscious customer. This bike features a lower seat height and lower handlebars combined with a durable 4-speed auto clutch transmission to keep the Stock 50 from intimidating young riders, but with the versatility to grow with them. Loaded with easy to maintain features and a proven four-stroke engine, the Xtreme Stock 50 is the value leader in its class.
Want to be a winner in the pits? The safe bet would be to see your Xtreme dealer. Visit the WWW.XTREMEMOTORCO.COM website and check out the dealer locator to find your nearest authorized Xtreme dealer. You can also call us toll free at (888) 844-9440 for information on how you can get your hands on a new Xtreme.
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