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.
Just when you thought it was safe to assume a settled-in EPA limit for internal combustion engines, the U.S. Supreme Court reopens that debate with a ruling that supports the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) authority to limit carbon dioxide emissi
We thought a place for faith promoting rumors, wishful thinking and gossiping concerning sleds, manufacturers and the future of the industry in general would be fun. If you have something to contribute, then let us know. Check back from time to time and s
So what are the ThinkIn' Snow editorials anyway? We're asked that a lot and the answer is very simple. ThinkIn' Snow is the Off-road.com Snowmobile Online's Internet soap box. Like the soap box at the town square of days long past, but only for the snowmo
This rumor has raced around for the past couple of years. Ever since the Polaris 700 RMK hit the mountain, rumor has had it that Ski-Doo was preparing an 800 twin Summit to rule the mountains. Most of us have written this one off until recently when an 80
It is hard to read any of the snowmobile publications without seeing a feature on the new four stroke technologies. And every time I read one of these articles I can?t help but feel defeated. Because in every article there is the mention of how environmen
Snowmobile Online has it on good authority that Brad's A.C. Performance has sold the rights to it's BLT long travel front end kits to FAST, makers of the premium long travel M-10 rear suspension kit. Brad's will continue to sell the kits as they are an au
The stud ban that is to take effect in Minnesota next winter on all trails is really a reflection of the public opinion toward snowmobilers. Reasoning about braking power, real effects, and technology will not change public perception. My comments to foll
Never consume alcohol or drugs before or during snowmobile operation. Drinking alcohol before or during snowmobiling can impair judgment and slow reaction time. Snowmobilers who have been drinking often drive too fast. Alcohol also causes body temperature
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