Here's what Robert Schilling has to say about his sled: When I bought my 1992 Polaris Indy 650, it came with a 2 inch paddle track, and small drivers on the drive shaft. After the first season of riding, and experiencing many problems with the machine, I
Some tracks mix the snowmobiles with the motorcycle in the same class, some don?t. It varies by track. The track I race at has not combined the bikes and sleds so I have not had that experience just yet.
Kimmo writes: Hi Sledheads! This is my Finnish made Lynx Rave670-98. I purchased it in the summer of 98 and I have ridden it only 60 miles this winter. First ride was 12 Nov 98. But more to come..... These pics were taken in Rovaniemi Finnland.
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
Kirk Anzai from Ontario Canada sent us these pictures along with a little info about each sled. Starting with the '92 V-Max: Has an 800cc with shaved heads, thicker base, windowed pistons 19mm, stage 2 porting, quad PSI pipes, and 250 push throughs. (In 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
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
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
Not wanting his buddies to beat him across the lake, Jack Turner decided an Arctic Cat Thundercat would be just the ticket. For a little added insurance he installed 192 studs, an extra wheel kit, a Black Magic clutch kit, and then reworked the intake/exh
Powder riding and off-trail excursions are what I live for. I've been known to drop out of long distance trail rides and go off wandering through the trees and over little hills to see what is out there. I really like deep bottomless powder, some relative
Here`s a picture of my Indy 400 that I built from scratch. I started with an `85 bulkhead and new tunnel, and then installed a 400 motor that was bored to a 440. The jackshaft, driveshaft, chaincase w/liquid cooled brake, and rear suspension came from a w
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.