In setting a time of 44.742, they ended the winning streak of Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken, with their German compatriots having recorded four on the bounce prior to finishing third on Friday.
Latvian brothers Andris and Juris Sics placed second with a time of 44.816, 0.08 seconds ahead of Eggert and Benecken, who continue to lead the overall standings on 470 points after five events in the pre-Olympic winter season.
Defending champions Wendl and Arlt occupy second place overall on 382 points, with Robin Geueke and David Gamm currently lying in third, having finished sixth in Park City.
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Arlt said:"We are slowly clawing our way back.
"We know what we have to do, and we've even taken a step back in terms of our equipment."
Wendl added: "My parents always ask me why I'm so calm. It's a good job there are no cameras in practice because you'd see that we aren't always as calm as we might appear to be." Sportsbeat 2016
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