I am now running the stock skis and I dont like them. I am running 10in carbides and it still tends to push in the corners. I have played with the suspension set up and not to mutch help. Plus I dont like the darting or following the other sleds ski tracks on hard pack snow. I have seen the dual runner skis on the market anyone have any luck with them. I am looking for sugestions.
I have dual runner S-D precision ski's they work very well to eliminate darting. The same is said of the simmons ski's. Either ski should help take the push out of your sled.
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Stage 2 Bender Racing Turbo
136" Ohlins M10..Sold
'06 Apex W/136" SC5 sold
'09 MXZ TNT 1200 136"
'81 Yamaha SRX
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I picked up a pair of precision skis from a Doo dealer in White Cloud MI. for $300.00 bucks this summer. Cant tell u personally how they work but have heard nothing but good about them. Not sure if this is the right address but give her a try, www.jonny8skidoo
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2000 Flll 800
SC3 x 136 with a 1.5 track.
MXZ racing shocks up front with precision skis.
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the precision skis work very good for darting,but i find the race c@a's or the usipx301's were more aggresive in corners and work better at stopping the pushing
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2001 mxzx800,no sway bar,144 expert-x with a 2" paddle ,dyno port silencer and pipe,usi px 301's,vforce3's,boss flatop(on order)hyperlite(on order)custom 5 inch riser(made by hymark800)wildchild tube gas rack,roxsledtreads.....16,416kms(then speedo broke)
Another vote for the Precision skis. * There is a big difference vs the ski-doo single runner plastic skis. *
For 20 bucks though, you could try the PCS plastic thing on your existing skis and see how you like it. *It bolts to the front of the skis and smooths out the ruts before the runner has a chance to wander into them.