The Oct/Nov 2012 issue is in the mail and features 26 pages of 2013 New Model reviews on the following sleds: Arctic Cat F1100 LXR, Ski-Doo Expedition Sport, Yamaha Venture MP, Polaris Indy 600 RMK, Arctic Cat Sno Pro RR, Yamaha RS Vector, Arctic Cat F 800 Sno Pro... Read more
The September 2012 issue of SnowTech was mailed to subscribers August 17th, 2012, and on the newsstand September 1st. If you don’t have a subscription, or can’t find it on the newsstand? Here is what you will be missing: Technical Previews on: Custom Axis shocks for Arctic Cat F... Read more
For 2012 Ski-Doo fitted their MX Z X-packages and XRS-packages with the most capable rear suspension we have ever tested – the rMotion. The rMotion suspension package was only offered to Spring buyers of these sleds and once everyone figured out how well they performed through the bumps, they... Read more
The Continued Evolution of the Species – Summit SP? That’s the new name for the in-season Summit deep snow sleds from Ski-Doo. It had been called the “Summit Everest” but late last year Ski-Doo came out with the Summit SP. This late edition model filled the demand (both dealers... Read more
Deep-Lug “Kit Sled” adds performance and versatility Pleasant Prairie, WI – Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA has announced the release of a 2012 model year FX Nytro XTX fitted with a Camoplast Backcountry 1.75-inch lug height track. “We are excited to bring this special sled to market just in time... Read more
When Less is Truly More Not everyone wants or needs a great big shakin’ 800cc twin. If the sled is light enough, a good running 600 is going to take you most anywhere a heavier 800 can go. Almost. A 600 is for sure going to get better fuel... Read more
Moving targets are more difficult to hit than sitting ones. Maybe this is the theory Ski-Doo is following for 2012. While the XP platform is going to be on year five in 2012, Ski-Doo continues to hone and advance their sleds to new heights each time around. The past... Read more
It’s almost hard to believe 2012 marks the tenth year of Yamaha four-strokes. The 2003 RX-1 was truly one of the most revolutionary snowmobiles ever brought to market, by anyone, ever. Since that time, Yamaha has continued to evolve and advance their four-stroke powered snowmobiles, and that evolution continues... Read more
Feast your eyes on the finest Arctic Cat snowmobiles in fifty years from the Thief River Falls, Minnesota manufacturer. With 2011 marking five years of the F-Series chassis for Arctic Cat trail sleds, a number of us were expecting to see some new short track trail sleds for 2012.... Read more
Ski-Doo has just unleashed its new advanced rMotion suspension on the snowmobile world. The suspension sets new benchmarks in amount of travel, rising rate motion ratio, ease of adjustment and most importantly comfort and control. BRP engineers challenged themselves to offer everything a performance rider would want; great performance... Read more