When you get the sled out in the fall be sure to clean the the storage spray off the clutch faces otherwise you could wear an hourglass shape in your belt and ruin it. A little acetone on a rag and the quick wipe on the clutch sheaves does wonders.
RMSHA racer Trevor Erickson spearheaded the concept and contacted ZBroz Racing to help with the project. Before long Trevor had a Polaris IQ600RR ready to be ridden in the dirt. Black Diamond Extreme also got in on the project and had a Arctic Cat Sno Pro
When the motor runs dirty the power valve tends to get covered with carbon deposits and it impedes the valve's ability to slide. When this happens, the valve will "stick" in one position and your sled will either lose low end torque or high end power.
There has been some talk in rec.sport.snowmobiles about Titanium Jack or Drive shafts. These items are sold with the catch phrase of "reduces rotating mass." While this is true, it isn't really the rotating mass that matters. What really matters is the "r
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.
State and Provincial Snowmobile Associations and local Snowmobile Clubs are the foundation of our sport. Without them, snowmobiling may have been banned years ago, and for sure we wouldn't enjoy the riding opportunities available today.
You're going to want to get a couple of parts out of the way before you start on actually pulling the track out. First thing is to lift the hood and remove the belt. After that you're going to pull the driven clutch off. It just has a little bolt that hol
We have all been there, riding down the trail and we see a fellow snowmobiler, having trouble with the sled. Possibly you have been that person with a machine that has just barfed up its lunch in the form of a track, belt or fouled plug.
Listed above are the recalls and updates we have been able to track down from friendly dealers, fellow sledders, you the reader, and the web. If you have one we aren't aware of, contact us so we can get a copy of it from you to share with others. Thanks!