Sacramento, CA (March 22, 2010) – Polaris RZRs driven by Dennis Jean and Jon Crowley clinched first and second at the VORRA season opener at Prairie City SVRA on March 21. Crowley and Jean battled back and forth during three motos for the top spot with Jean taking the first two motos and Crowley winning the third. Both RZRs were outfitted with Holz/Kroyer Stage III engine kits with Muzzys dual exhaust.
“The power from our Holz/Kroyer engines was clearly the differentiator in the first race of the 2010 VORRA season,” commented Jon Crowley. “From the holeshot to the finish line, we were out in front of the pack. It was a lot of fun to battle against Dennis for first place all day.”
The Kroyer Stage III motor kit is a complete performance package for the Polaris RZR. The Kroyer Stage III kit includes CNC ported heads, oversize valves and springs, Big-Bore Cylinder with matching 11:1 compression piston, CNC machined Hi-Lift/Duration Cam with stout chromoly push rods and hydraulic lifters, 46mm bored throttle body and a billet aluminum intake manifold.
“I really like that the Stage III kit is designed to run on pump gas, so it is perfect for a weekend on the track or in the dunes,” said Crowley. “The power is easy to use and reliable which is real important for my RZR.”
The Holz/Kroyer Stage III and II kits were developed by Kroyer Racing Engines and are distributed solely by Holz Racing Products. You can find out more at holzracingproducts.com.
About Holz Racing Products:
For the past 10 years, Holz Racing Products has engineered and extreme tested the finest quality, most effective performance parts available for UTV, ATV and snowmobile applications. Manufactured in the USA and race tested around the world, HRP leads the field in Polaris RZR accessories and performance products. For more information visit their website at www.holzracingproducts.com or call 360-398-7006
Valley Off Road Racing Association (VORRA) was established in 1975 as a family-oriented organization and is led by current promoter Wes Harbor who believes that “off road racing has its roots in people’s garages”. VORRA is the only organization to offer both four short course races and three desert races as part of its overall season championship. Each race draws over 60 racers between multiple classes available for Cars, Trucks, Pilots, ATV, UTV and Trophy Karts. In 2010 VORRA has added two additional truck classes and a stand alone ATV Race Series. More information can be found at www.vorra.net