Suspension

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  • Ask the SnowMan: Your Sledding Questions Answered

    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.

    Dec. 01, 2008
  • 2003 Ski-Doo Rev 600 H.O. Arm Bushing Replacement

    Something wasn't quite right in the front suspension of my sled - on the trail could hear something banging. I noticed there was play in the bushings where the a-arms attached to the bulkhead.

    Mar. 05, 2008
  • Reversing the Process

    Putting the new track in pretty much involves doing all these steps in the reverse order. That is easier said than done, especially when it comes to putting the drive shaft back in. First off, if you have a buddy who can help this part is a lot easier. I'

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Sled - Wide Front-End Kit

    Another Polaris accessory that I highly recommend. This kit will allow you to extend you ski stance to a little over 40 inches and includes "beefier" components, including a stiffer swaybar. When installed on older, narrower- stance Indys, it will yeild a

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Sled - XTRA-10 Installation

    By itself, installing an XTRA-10 in an older Indy is really easy. Essentially you drop the old suspension out, measure carefully for the new mouting holes, relocate the suspension mount plates, drill the new holes and bolt in the XTRA-10. Ride height is j

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Sled - Plastic Skis

    Here's another mod for handling that also looks better than the stock item. SLP skis are fairly expensive, so they need to work well to be worth the money. And in my opinion, there is no question they are worth the price.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Polaris 600/700RMK Track Swap

    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.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Getting Started

    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

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Project Indy - Fox Shocks

    Fox Shocks Cost: $350 (US)

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Camoplast's R&D Director - "On The Track to Success"

    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

    Jan. 01, 2003
  • Snowmobile Drag Race Suspension

    Photo Gallery: Snowmobile Drag Race Suspension

    Jun. 01, 2001