When you get the sled out in the fall be sure to clean the the storage spray off the clutch faces otherwise you could wear an hourglass shape in your belt and ruin it. A little acetone on a rag and the quick wipe on the clutch sheaves does wonders.
For all-out performance the M8 is going to be tough to beat. And although we picked the M sled as our Mountain Snowmobile of the Year, if you are looking at the more aggressive HCR or the Crossfire crossover you are going to see similar performance.
RMSHA racer Trevor Erickson spearheaded the concept and contacted ZBroz Racing to help with the project. Before long Trevor had a Polaris IQ600RR ready to be ridden in the dirt. Black Diamond Extreme also got in on the project and had a Arctic Cat Sno Pro
From the mountain sleds, performance and cross-overs, to the touring and utility models, here's what's coming your way for the next snow season. We didn't love everything, but it's going to be a good one from the 'Cat.
For 2010, the improvements and additions to the Yamaha lineup make it clear that the team at Yamaha is a group of snowmobilers that loves what they do and what they do is make some dang cool 4-stroke snowmobiles.