This is a picture of me near Powder River Pass, Wyoming, in the southern Big Horn Mountains. The picture was taken in early March 1999. My sled is a ZR 600 EFI, with no mods except for a special edition Y2K windshield, and running board traction. I am in
Consider that you?ll run your sled to get to the staging lane, down the racetrack and back to the pit area. Total running time? 5 minutes, if that. So how hot does it get? Through the hottest days of July with temperatures in mid 90s my sled never cracked
Mike says: Here are some pictures of my XLT. This sled is as clean as they get! Engine is a stock bore 579cc. It has Decker triple pipes and a clutch kit. The exhaust ports were cleaned up a little, and carbs jetted to accomodate the pipes. New this year
Chuck Conner writes: Here is one of the many jumps we make in the Alaska Range. Here I am on a 97 XLT RMK. It had to have a new hood and I still haven't added the decals, but I have added a widening kit and fox shocks. The rack isn't all that great in the
My name is Buddy Pawloski from Coldwater, Michigan. This is my 1999 Polaris XCR EDGE 440. This sled has run neck and neck with 700cc class sleds and has run over 300ft of open water without sinking (so far).
Justin sent along this note with his pictures: Here is my 1978 Ski Doo Everest. I spent many long nights fixing it up including a new track and a "snazzy" paint job. It has a 340 twin with single carb, and big old pipes. I've redone everything including f
Here's me and my little Indy XLT. I installed 144 1" Woody's push through carbides, a DG Sno-Lite silencer, USI Tunnelight skis with adjustable tips, and just played with the clutching a little bit. It's not the fastest but it keeps me happy..... for now.
Derek Bakker sent us this picture of his buddy Steve Horton flying out of a local gravel pit. Derek says the picture was taken near his house on Big Turtle Lake between Marcel and Big Fork in Minnesota.
It is very fast for its age. Leaves a giant roost while flying across the lakes, and is an excellent trail and ditch banger. It is in perfect condition, don't let the tools on the seat fool you, it's very dependable.
This sled is stock except for a couple of add-ons to give her some personality. I added some 5.5" yellow plastic skis, a yellow skid plate, yellow running board trim, red suspension protectors, a handle bar bag, and a custom windshield. I also added a low
Rob Krzan from Silver Bow Montana sent us this information about his '94 Polaris called "XXXtreme Attitude": "Mods include Ekholm Skis and Skid Plate, DG Mountain Bar and Lightweight Silencer, Cobra Sport Tech windshield, Sno-stuff light cover, Staring Li
This picture shows the way mother nature treated my new sled before it ever came out of the crate. It was stacked three high when she blew it over. I took the mangled remains off the dealers hands for a really great deal and purchased the parts to repair
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