SnowTech magazine is a print magazine published 5 times per year, (Aug – March). SnowTech has been published since 1968, leading the industry in technical information on the sport of Snowmobiling. Editorial is focused on product reviews, product testing and service / performance information pertaining to snowmobiling. Accurate, experienced, editorial opinion is what sets SnowTech apart.

  • Nick Wagner

    October 2, 2016 #1 Author

    The article in the newest Snowtech has an error in the article on the XCR. It states that it has the stiffer ProX sway bar. While it does have the ProX sway bar, the ProX sway bar is more flexible than the ProS sway bar. Thanks

  • Steve langfeld

    January 19, 2017 #2 Author

    I was wondering and can’t find any info on any one trying it yet but I have a xf 9000 with the 137 track length and was looking at installing a 137 skidoo r motion rear skid. Any thoughts or info wouldn’t be greatly appreciated. Thanks Steve

  • Rick Schafer

    March 19, 2017 #3 Author

    Been reading your magazine since the Race & Rally days and always look forward to your next issue. However I really miss your “full season reviews” on the sleds you rode the previous year. I found those to be informative on what to expect from the different sleds. Items such as running quality, gas/oil/mileage, handling, likes/dislikes and what change you made to the sleds to improve them.

    Keep up the Service/Tuning Notes and Tech Shorts!

    Thanks,

    Rick

  • Mark Samagalski

    April 15, 2017 #4 Author

    Hey guys I know advertising pays for the magazine publishing costs and other costs associated with running a magazine. What I did notice in the last issue under industry news, a 2 page ad on racing on page 12-13. I’m sure Polaris pays well for advertising but when you publish there press releases, it bothers me. No mention about Ski Doo winning 2 stock classes in ISOC plus TLR cup , Arctic winning Iron Dog and USXC. I subscribe to you mag for a reason, because of unbiased reports plus not showing favoritism to any manufacturer . Just don’t let your magazine become the same as some of your competitors rags.

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