I have a 1999 700 mountain max and want to put delta force reeds and power incorporated pipes on, and wonder if I have to fatten up my jets and what kind of hp gain will I get? The answers to this and MORE of your questions.
The quest for more traction when playing in the mountains seems to be never ending. Current machines like the Polaris 700 RMK and Ski-Doo Summit X offer very good power and with their stock tracks they are pretty good goers in the steep and deep.
I was fortunate enough to find a track and suspension for sale together as a package deal. I had to have a new track, since I was converting an SKS to a short-track and my old track would not work. Otherwise I might have stuck with the stock track, which,
Have you ever wondered why something is so good (or so bad), or how a product gets perfected to its absolute best? We do, a lot, and especially with products like snowmobile tracks, which have reached a pinnacle of perfection the last few years. Years ago
If you have a Ski-Doo snowmobile with an SC10 skid (96-99 models) you may have noticed that there are specific areas on the hyfax that wear, while other spots show virtually no wear at all. The wear regions are pretty consistent through all models and yea
Polaris has given dealers some initial details on a "long track" kit available for 2000. Yamaha is offering a 2"x141" track on their mountain sleds for 2000 and Ski-Doo is offering the Summit Extreme Traction with a 2/1.75"x151" track.