Look at my signature its nothing major but better than stock. I'm like that with everything I do though. I think there are quite a few snowmobilers that leave things stock and want as little hassle as possible. Otherwise systems like efi and dpm wouldn't be so popular.
Reliability is number 1 for us. I buy a new sled every year so i can not justify spending even more money on parts that wont fit on next years sled only to be 2 sled lengths faster at the end of the lake. I must be getting old because speed isnt my gig anymore its slow technical powder moves that gets my heart racing just M2C
Define stock, tuning clutches leaves it stock as long as you use OEM parts. I do not know anyone that leaves them the way they came from the dealer. I have changed tracks many times and still able to compete in stock class, as long as that track says Polaris on it.
Hmm, let me see wifes cougar-- not stock improved clutching, my 99 zrt a big NO. My 03 zr900 another big no, speedwerx had the head in stock, drewalt had the reeds, hopefully Friday speedwerx will have pipe in stock. Oh wait my olden goldiesare pretty much stock the chaparral, the bolens the moto-ski and the suzuki are all stock. Kevin
My ZR-800 is pretty much stock except for clutch and jet tuning. I'll never understand spending big money for parts that require you to spend more time playing with it than riding it. If ya need to go faster, buy a bigger sled.
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