Most of the thundercats were all 121" track until I think 99-01 when they went to a 136". They kept it a short track because they were ment to be speed sleds like the new F series is esencially what the thundercat turned into. These sleds will beat about anything on the lakes and hard pack but a longer track sled will pass it all day long in the deep powder no matter how how powerfull it is. I have a 98 thundercat and an 01 Mountain cat and thundercat wins on the lakes all day long against long track but my mountain cat will pass it like nothing in the powder. If you need any more info let me know I know a lot about thundercats and other sleds around that period.Hey cats
i was wonderin if somone had a picture of one and a little info is thundercat long track or somthin i dont have a clue really[/b]
The early Mountain Cats were just track extension kis, basically, so they are very much the same sled as the short tracks. As early as 98 Cat had the Powder Specials and Powder Extremes with longer tracks, deeper lugs, and narrower ski stance. Still a very similar sled, but it could be argued that they were different, with different colours, names, graphics, etc.""Thunder Cat 900 MTNCat""
The picture you posted is of a ""Thunder Cat 900 MTNCat""
The picture posted by charlo is of a ""Thunder Cat""
Both with the 900 motor, 1 sold as a long track option the other as a short track option. 2 different sleds,,,, We can sit and agrue this forever if you'd like as we ARE NOT saying the same thing,,,,
I myself will choose to let it rest,,, no need to sit and argue over something as petty as this.[/b]