For those hardcore riders looking for something firmer and more capable than a Ski-Doo X-package is the MX Z X-RS package. This is as close as you can get to a race sled calibration yet still be consumer-sellable. Most of the entire sled is 440 snowcross, with the engine options being the most significant difference.
Four (count â€˜em) C-36 Racing Clicker shocks (with 16 high-speed and 20 low-speed compression settings) are straight from the 440. Ski-Doo says they can be set soft like an Adrenaline; we havenâ€™t experienced this. The overall calibration is very firm, more for snowcross applications. Forget trail comfort, as this is not really intended to be a trail sled. Yet, there are a (small) number of riders who want to look just like a racer, or have a sled with as much racer technology as possible. Just donâ€™t complain about the suspensions being too firm. We warned you. Even our big, heavy guys got off and shook their head. True mogul-mashers and freestylers will embrace it, though.