Run a Firecat across a lake and stop to check the plugs or pistons and you’ll learn the EFI gives the laydown twin plenty of fuel; just to be safe. Those who run these engines on the dyno will tell you the same thing; the factory calibration on these... Read more
Those who have a sled fitted with a Camoplast RipSaw track know what kind of traction this track pattern provides in the snow. But, like all rubber tracks, glare ice still presents problems when it comes to braking safely as well as acceleration without spinning. Ice is dangerous, whether... Read more
For 2007, Ski-Doo is unveiling a new line of full-face helmets – the EXO series by Scorpion. The EXO is a high-tech value-priced helmet, coming in below the acclaimed Ski-Doo BV2S and Modular models. Two types of EXO helmets are available: the polycarbonate EXO 400 and lighter weight fiberglass/Kevlar... Read more
The Ski-Doo X-Team Racing PC game is on sale now. If you’re looking to feel the excitement of big league snocross racing on the legendary 2006 MX Zx 440 sled or a Can-Can on a new Freestyle™ model, you can with the new Ski-Doo X-Team Racing game for PC.... Read more
Mountain riders who own one of the new Summits know how well it works to have the “open” running boards so ice and snow drops down through them instead of building up, requiring the rider to constantly kick the crap out of the running boards. Now you can add... Read more
News Release: Bikeman Performance If you were thinking about doing cylinder porting or a big bore, now is the time. Its Bikeman Performance’s annual 10% off Spring Porting Special. Get 10% off all cylinder porting and 10% off the price of the porting on a big bore kit. This... Read more
1.5″ Lug Height Rip Saw by Camoplast Camoplast has announced two additional new tracks for the 2006 season; a new 1.5-inch version of the RipSaw hi-performance track, and a 15” wide version of the latest Maverick mountain track. The 1.5” lug height RipSaw is a taller version of the... Read more
These new Gore-Tex gloves from Ski-Doo are one of the favorites among the SnowTech test staff! The insulated gloves are lightweight, with 60 grams of Thermolite in the palms and 120 grams in the back of the hand, so you can feel both the handlebars and the handwarmers. They’re... Read more