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DragonFire Using Their Noggin

May 28, 2013

ReadyForce HeadAche Rack For Project X3

Some folks think “military intelligence” is the definition of an oxymoron. However DragonFire’s R&D team has been using their noggins to create a seeming contradiction in terms: a lightweight rack that provides a heavy-duty shield to protect pilot and passenger in the Project X3 rig. The result is the ReadyForce HeadAche Rack — another first from DragonFire!

“Sometimes a load in a vehicle can cause more damage than obstacles, especially when you come to a complete stop… and the load doesn’t,” explains DragonFire intelligence officer Chris Moore. “So we have come up with a shield to protect the cockpit. That’s not all, this rack can be folded down to create a level and sturdy platform as well. Simply pull a few pins and it drops down with ease.”

DragonFire’s engineering team made sure there were no ‘head aches’ when using the ReadyForce HeadAche rack. “This kit will not interfere with any of the OEM functions of your UTV,” Moore adds. “We added in a large reverse light/auxiliary work light for those of you who don’t go down when the sun does. Stylish and functional this is one product that will work as hard as you do!”

All the details of Project X3 will be revealed on the Destination Polaris TV show in June. Now on Fox Sports, the show reaches more than 70 million homes each Sunday at 11:30 a.m. and re-airs on Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. (all times local). Still hunting for more details about Destination Polaris? All the intelligence reports, including the air date for the DragonFire X3 episode, can be found at the website.

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