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.
For 2009 the 600 class is as hot as ever with two new engines from Ski-Doo, chassis updates from Arctic Cat on their F-series, a new Dragon SP from Polaris, and suspension upgrades on the Nytro from Yamaha.
Going into Snow Shoot 2008 there was no shortage of hype surrounding Ski-Doo?s new REV-XP sled chassis. The XP chassis is basically a whole new snowmobile that BRP has been working on since the release of the successful REV platform in 2003.
We all choose a new machine for some of the same reasons and some simply because of our personal preferences that we feel are important. A fellow who does some writing for one of the magazines happened to email me and asked what factors I felt were most i
Yamaha pulled out all the stops for the 2002 Vipers. Their is not doubt in this Editor's mind that the Viper will be the hottest sled for 2002 and most likely for 2003. We'll go into the details of the new model later in the article and you can see all th
Now that I have a season of use with this machine I'll relate some of my experiences with this sled. There's been many grins and a few groans with this Arctic Cat. As a whole I was left with a pretty positive feeling about the Powder Special. It seems eas
Engineering isn't just a department at Arctic Cat; it's a way of life. The passion to build lighter, stronger, better performing and more comfortable snowmobiles is a fire burning in every Arctic Cat engineer that results in stunning new machines year-aft
On a recent trip to Cooke City, MT we got a chance to get some seat time on the 2000 model 800 and 600 RMKs. The new RMKs, and especially the 800, are generating quite a buzz around the snowmobile world so we were glad to have a chance to ride them and se
"A new generation of winter sport that offers high adrenaline and the sensations of a jet ski and a dirt bike combined". That's what Cinthia Morris, Marketing Manager from A.D. Boivin, is saying about the new 2002 Snow Hawk.