View Full Version : So Who all goes sleddin in the mountains???

12-16-2007, 05:26 AM
Just wanting to see all goes to the mountains sleddin and such. Lets get some details on what you ride and how often you go. Heck even if your a ditch basher post on what you ride and lets all take a look.

2007 Ski-doo XRS
800R P-Teck (155hp)
159" challenger lite track
Boondocker liquid Nitrous kit (40 Shot)
Prefilter and Vent Pannels
480lbs with 3/4 tank of fuel and full of oil and coolant

Soon::)maybe a this year or so)
Timber sled Rear suspension (looses 18lbs)
BR tech clear pannels
BB kit or/& a turbo(300Hp+ on pump fuel or close too)
Vanam berg Boondocker tunnel
162 maverick track

I post some pics up one day and some action shots

12-16-2007, 10:56 AM
That sounds like an awesome ride. I sold my sled last winter, took that money and dropped it into my truck. I had a 02 rmk 800, 156 track, snow check special, rife fx shocks and a mbrp can, otherwise stock. Probably when I go to buy a another one (one of these days) I think I might look at the new m8 from arctic cat. Looks like it might be a pretty good sled


12-16-2007, 11:00 AM
Old Summit 670- do lots of steep and deep stuff in the RUBY MOUNTAINS. We also run coyotes all winter, that is REAL fun.

12-16-2007, 01:04 PM
2 03' 800hos 144" boondocker tracks (last of the zx chassis in the Summits)
Steep & deep baby


12-17-2007, 10:21 PM
2007 summit x 800 144" mods include bent handlebars, custom bark paint job, and somehow i blew out the peice where the speedo goes on a non-x. going to Valemount tommorow

12-18-2007, 04:23 AM
2007 summit x 800 144" mods include bent handlebars, custom bark paint job, and somehow i blew out the peice where the speedo goes on a non-x. going to Valemount tommorow

I had one of those bark paint jobs once, happened on a rental though.

12-18-2007, 10:49 PM
I run a crappy old S chassis summit with an old worn out Mach Z triple stuffed under the hood.

12-19-2007, 01:19 AM
AAHHHHHH sled still not ready, 05 snopro 800 mod with vanamburg tunnel and a couple goodies. hey kiel does it make lots of sense to spend all the money on light weight stuff if you could start with an xp for a base sled?

12-19-2007, 09:03 AM
Yes, it does. I think they are gonna have to many problems with them. Not that they dont have enoug already. So now whats up with your sled. Y is it not done? I found a aluminum deck in airdrie for 1500. its nice too. Im taking your advice and not cheaping out

12-19-2007, 10:27 PM
I ride an 06 Arctic Cat M7EFI 153 with the following done to it:
-Mountain fit hood
-Piaa lights
-Timbersled air intake and handlebar tach mount
-RKT head
-Supreme Tool 11" roller secondary

I might epoxy the big crack in my stock hood and use it for the deep snow. Rode in Valemount this past weekend and it was deeeep.

Hopefully next year I'll pick up a used base turbo Yamaha Nytro. Something about 230-240hp, running pump premium gas and turning the key and going, interests me[laugh][coffee].

12-20-2007, 01:23 AM
Nice. Ya im thinkin about doing up a yammi turbo. I was thinkin the phazer(07) with a twin turbo. But i wanna get it so im 200+HP out of a 2 cyl motor. It might be possible.

12-20-2007, 02:24 AM
1998 thundercat 1000 159" track 176 hp, softer clutch springs, ngk racing wires, arctic cat aftermarket racing pipes, jetted real lean for 20 000+, power skis, fox shocks, 5" handle bar risers with FMF racing bars, all decals removed, kinda sucks in the deep snow, pritty heavy, but it will do for now.

12-20-2007, 07:32 AM
they should get the crank back today they had to send it out but im going home till january so whatever. and yeah get aluminum i was out trying to man handle my steel ramps last nights [duhhh]