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Just brought it home yesterday. :banana












It's only got 900 miles on it. Head work, big bore kit and HI-Perf exhaust.
I can't wait till the snow flies.:devious
 

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Looks sweet.
Those bars look they're ready for the snow cross!
 

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Good lord that has Rocky Mountain fun written all over it. Nice. :thumbup
 

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That looks like a Hayabusa for the snow. Specs. Give us the specs :hail
 

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Mmm nice ... off season here though, I'd use one of those orange beasts maybe once or twice :(
I want to move to Canada :D
 

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Specifications:

Displacement (CC): 698
Cooling: liquid
Cylinders:2
Estimated Horsepower: 140
Lubrication: oil injection
Ignition: 3D
Carburetion: 46 mm throttle body batteryless EFI
Exhaust: APV w / tuned pipe & canister
Drive: Arctic (rpm sensing)
Driven clutch: Arctic (roller cam) ACT drive system
Ski stance (In.): 43
Ski material: UHMW plastic
Front suspension: AWS VI double-wishbone A-arms w / Fox Float ski shocks, adjustable preload springs & sway bar
Front travel: (In.) 9.2
Rear suspension: FasTrack Long-Travel System slide-rail w / coupling blocks, adjustable torsion springs, Arctic Cat Gas IFP 2 in. dia. rear arm shock
Rear travel (In.): 13.5
Track width x length x lug (In.) 13.5 x 128 x 1.375
Brakes: hydraulic disc
Fuel capacity (Gal.): 12.6
Length x width (In.): 118 x 48
Estimated dry weight (Lbs.): 470
Headlight: dual halogen (4-bulb)
Standard Equipment: digital / analog tachometer, digital / analog speedometer, trip odometer, mechanical gas gauge, low oil light, coolant overheat light, belt holder
Optional Equipment: mirrors, high windshield, tether switch, hitch

Fox race shocks all around. I'm planning to fill them with nitrogen and soften them up just a smidgen. It's got about $3k in mods, most of it in the motor.
 

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I miss sleds, I used to live in northern minnesota now live in florida. everytime I see one it reminds me of endless hours of fun that i cant have anymore............looks sweet stay warm
 

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sweet toy U got there :thumbup
 

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Looks sweet:thumbup

Tunnel vision, in FL you ride ski's rather than sleds, they are super fun too, esp the standups:cool
 

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It doesn't have to be just for the off season :devious. I see these all the time at the drag strip!! These things can be CRAZY fast :burnout :eek
 

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BikePilot said:
Looks sweet:thumbup

Tunnel vision, in FL you ride ski's rather than sleds, they are super fun too, esp the standups:cool
:stupid

my 05 kawi sxr800 stand up is amazing :drool

not a big fan of arctic cat though...their stuff kinda cheaply made. I'm more of a ski-doo or polaris guy, or yamaha as well

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It doesn't have to be just for the off season :devious. I see these all the time at the drag strip!! These things can be CRAZY fast :burnout :eek
I'm workin for my shop this weekend at the grass drags in petersham (I think) mass. will take pics :hail
 

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Tunnel vision, in FL you ride ski's rather than sleds, they are super fun too, esp the standups
...........I know what they ride here, I live on a lake, I have all my life. on top of that whats MN's slogan ...................land of 10,000 lakes. But I still miss jumping ditches and getting stuck, next to bikes sleds are 2nd most fun to be had
 
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