Let me start by saying I have searched this forum and many others like it looking for answers. I have a 17 9000 Ltd with qs3r shocks all around. It has a 129 track With 180 1.50 studs. Cat skis with 6 inches of shaper carbide. I have a hurricane stock muffler bundle with 225,240 and 270 horse power available. This is a fun sled when going straight but not in the twisty trails. If I have it set up to hold the line and turn the steering is very heavy and it darts badly On hard pack snow. So I tried different skis ( 5.7 pilots,6.9 pilots and even Yamaha tuner skis With snow trackers) and still no improvement. Still heavy steering with a little less darting So I added a bill Mohr front Shock spring and that’s not much different than my cat spring I can lighten the steering by doing this and adjusting the rear suspension but then it’s got such a bad push in the corners I feel like I’m going to hit oncoming traffic or a tree. With the light steering setup I accelerate to the corner, brake hard to set the skis, slide all my weight (230) up on the gas tank and coast thru the turn. The light steering setup also produces to much transfer. Any gas in the corner and I wheelie. My friends with 137 inch tracks have no problems with this. Change the snow or temps to above freezing and it’s push almost all the time. I have been on their sleds and it’s clear that they are much different,it’s easy to call them as some of the best handling sleds on the snow. I’m starting to wonder if I just can’t ride anymore. On the last ride this past year I took my other sled a Polaris pro s 800. What a nice trail sled that is Light steering no push and easy to keep pace on a very spirited ride. This is not the sled I want to ride, it is missing to much motor. Anyone else with this kind of struggle that can give me some direction?