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post #31 of 40 (permalink) Old 02-08-2005, 05:01 PM
 
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Well, I just got back from the Snowy Range on Monday, and must say I love the changes I made to my sled. I took my 99 ZR 600 efi, put a 144" x 2" track on it, put a pair of SLP no slip 8 tooth drive sprockets on, a home made tunnel extension, and a SnoStuff can, and weighted the clutch for the mountains.

I couldn't keep up with my buddies F7 in a drag race, but could climb whatever I wanted to, and could keep up with the Summit 600 H.O. on the trail and mountain.

Would like to put on a handlebar riser, and a spare gas can, and I will be tickled. :lol:
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post #32 of 40 (permalink) Old 02-26-2005, 11:33 AM
 
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[attachmentid=19208][attachmentid=19206][attachmentid=19207]I'll try to post a couple of pics of my rx1,Ken.
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post #33 of 40 (permalink) Old 01-31-2006, 08:05 AM
 
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My Arctic Cat EXT 580 1996 extend 136'' with ETT Suspension 2'' back with homemade rails extention, Camoplast 16X136X1.75, C&A skis, Powermadd 4'' riser, no sway bar, custom tunnel extend, 8 tooth drive sprocket.
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post #34 of 40 (permalink) Old 02-02-2006, 08:18 AM
 
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Heres my old BEATER!!
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post #35 of 40 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 11:52 AM
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Heres my new Mtn sled. The firecat got retired to the wife and upgraded to an M huge improvement.

2005 M6 153" Attack20
700cc engine
BMP Pipe mod
D&D Ypipe
2.5 degree Timing Key
2 TPI Lowboys
Snopro Air Intake
Custom clutch vent
Ice Scratchers
Adjust-a-rise riser
Acerbis Handgaurds

and hopefully before I leave on my next trip a Boondocker Box.

Formerly known as redF7sp

2005 M7 153" Maverick Track
BMP Pipemod
BMP Clutching
Timing Key
Boondocker
Digatron DT52
Snopro Mod Airbox
Vforce 3 reeds
Oles 3 riser
Ice Scratchers
MMP 2 wheel kit, and Fabcraft Composite wheels
Rox Tread Grips
HRP Relocation Brackets & ShockTech shock valving

Check out my site and tell me what you think.
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post #36 of 40 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 12:08 PM
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Heres my new Mtn sled. The firecat got retired to the wife and upgraded to an M huge improvement.

2005 M6 153" Attack20
700cc engine
BMP Pipe mod
D&D Ypipe
2.5 degree Timing Key
2 TPI Lowboys
Snopro Air Intake
Custom clutch vent
Ice Scratchers
Adjust-a-rise riser
Acerbis Handgaurds

and hopefully before I leave on my next trip a Boondocker Box.
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Formerly known as redF7sp

2005 M7 153" Maverick Track
BMP Pipemod
BMP Clutching
Timing Key
Boondocker
Digatron DT52
Snopro Mod Airbox
Vforce 3 reeds
Oles 3 riser
Ice Scratchers
MMP 2 wheel kit, and Fabcraft Composite wheels
Rox Tread Grips
HRP Relocation Brackets & ShockTech shock valving

Check out my site and tell me what you think.
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post #37 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-06-2006, 10:53 AM
 
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Here is a couple of pics of mine.

165horse without using the 40horse of nitrous and weighs less tha 450 lbs.
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post #38 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-19-2006, 05:09 PM
 
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[attachmentid=28617][attachmentid=28616]this is a picture of my 2002 custom 700 rmk. i painted the hood a limited edition orange from ford that they used on there mustang in 04. i put a very hard to find yellow belly pan on it from the switchbacks from 2004..if u wonder why it was so hard to get was because polaris got into a lawsuit with skidoo over that model of sled because they broke a copyright law with skidoo on the % of yellow that can be allowed on a sled. the belly pan was discontinued and very few were kept around. i then put a flame big wheel kit on and added a flame windshield that blended with the colors of the sled and went good with the flame wheels. i added a boss seat also...the yellow one that is on there was a borrower because the one i wanted wasnt in yet...looks just like the yellow one thats on it but the yellow is orange. i added a slp exhaust kit to it and left the engine stock after that..hard to sell a sled that the engine has been messed with the fear of problems and constant tweaking. this sled is now for sale if anyone is interested. i purchased a 06 1000tr summit this last march.
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post #39 of 40 (permalink) Old 01-17-2007, 12:30 AM
 
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Check out some of these REVs. We have completed 16 of these machines for the 06-07 season as of last week. All are custom tunnels with drop and roll chaincase some have M-10 suspensions, most use the skidoo track but there is lots of room for a 2.5 camoplast. Most were 800s, there were six 900s and one 1200. Im planning to get my hands on a 1200 for my XRS. going with the 2.3 151"skidoo track. Im going to do the tunnel and rolled case but leaving stock rear skid. Titanium springs for rear, a fox airshock and chromoly suspension from Racers Edge. More pics avalible upon request. Let me know what you think ~lance
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post #40 of 40 (permalink) Old 01-18-2007, 09:00 AM
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Check out some of these REVs. We have completed 16 of these machines for the 06-07 season as of last week. All are custom tunnels with drop and roll chaincase some have M-10 suspensions, most use the skidoo track but there is lots of room for a 2.5 camoplast. Most were 800s, there were six 900s and one 1200. Im planning to get my hands on a 1200 for my XRS. going with the 2.3 151"skidoo track. Im going to do the tunnel and rolled case but leaving stock rear skid. Titanium springs for rear, a fox airshock and chromoly suspension from Racers Edge. More pics avalible upon request. Let me know what you think ~lance[/b]
AHHHH man that red rev is awsome , love the white console . Think I have his little brother .
Wish I could have a looong track sled like that , but here in MI it would be way overkill.

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