Dayco RPX performance snowmobile belt wins top award

by | Dec 19, 2018 | 0 comments

Dayco was named the recipient of the 2019 Performance Racing Industry Global Media Award for its RPX Race Series belt, one of the newest additions to the Dayco Racing line.

Dayco participated with an exclusive group of PRI Trade Show exhibitors in the 2018 PRI Featured Products Showcase. The RPX Race Series belt was selected by Canada’s own Inside Track Motorsports news journalist, Greg MacPherson based on the product’s international consumer appeal.
“I kept an eye out for products that would be of particular interest to Canadian racers. Our magazine features all types of racing, we’re always interested in products that are tested, developed and proven in racing machines, including snowmobiles. The Dayco RPX Belt was a natural for consideration, the fact that it is the official belt of the CSRA and is still easily
accessible to the buying public was the clincher.” said MacPherson.

“As we continue to build on over 100 years of racing, we are committed to bringing innovative products to market. The RPX Race Series belt was engineered with the snowcross racer in mind, giving them several advantages amongst the competition. Dayco is honoured to have received the 2019 PRI Global Media Award in recognition of our new RPX Race Series belt,” said Tyler Samagalski – Director of Canadian Aftermarket.


Dayco was named the recipient of the 2019 Performance Racing Industry Global Media Award for its RPX Race Series belt, one of the newest additions to the Dayco Racing line.

The all new RPX Race Series Belt, engineered by Dayco features a specially blended RPX compound, making it the strongest aramid belt available in the market today. The advantages of racers using the RPX belt allows for quicker upshifts and downshifts for improved engine braking, a quicker throttle response, reduced belt slippage through RPM range and delivers
more HP to the track.

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