For the past 15 years or so most sled manufacturers had reverse available for sleds. While some of the more deluxe or touring models came with reverse others required it to be added later as an option later.
The 2002 Yamaha Viper is an amazing sled, no one will argue that fact. BUT, all good things can be made better with a bit of good ole hard work. Bender has spent the past year doing just that, with a whole lot of research and development and an awful lot
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
Mark Helms sent us this picture of his sled carving a turn in some powder. Mark says: This picture was taken in the spring of 1999, in the Utah mountains, after receiving a fresh 24 inches of light fluffy stuff. I am on a 1999 Polaris RMK 700. Don't let t
Blake Schoenbeck says: After finally moving out of the city, I wanted to learn how to ride a snowmobile. Of course, I did not want to learn how to ride on a used sled, so my first purchase last year after moving to the wilds of Vermont was a 1999 Arctic C
Bruce Finnegan, aka Biggdawg, from Waverly, Iowa sent this picture. Bruce says: This picture was taken in December of 1997, in Avon Colorado. There was 3 feet of fresh powder and I was taking my new 1998 700 RMK on it's first ride when I got this great pi
I'm Billy Stannard, and this is my 1997 ZL 440 Mountain Cat, with a 2" paddle track. This snowmachine is undoubtedly one of the best snowmachines I have ridden. The trail riding is good with it, because it turns easy and rides smooth. When we go mountain
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
Many aggressive riders complain about the bend of the stock Indy handlebars, especially after riding another brand with straighter bars. Changing handlebars is not a particularly easy job, mainly because of the handwarmers. But if you have some other reas
Brian Moore decided he didn't want to "work his way up" so his first sled is this 1999 Thundercat. On a recent trip to Lochalsh, Ontario, he put over 600 miles on his well studded Kitty in three days of riding. He claims his Cat is a tad hard on gas, but
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).