Rob Kincaid posted a video on FB yesterday where he rode it. I looked, but can't find it - maybe it was Arctic Insider or someone else who posted it. Stupid FB news feed, social media sucks.Another vid. Definitely sounds strange
Rob Kincaid posted a video on FB yesterday where he rode it. I looked, but can't find it - maybe it was Arctic Insider or someone else who posted it. Stupid FB news feed, social media sucks.
Anyway, that one-lunger sounds like a badass weed wacker. Not what anyone born after 1975 would've ever heard before. Not bad, just not the same as a twin.
With the kind of power that it's putting out, should be a really good performer for teens or small adults, and even capable of pulling 200-pound Rob Kincaid around in the powder.
Louie from PowerModz should take one of those engines and put it in one of his Elans.
Plenty of room for a 600! :fistpump2:here's one with the plastics off showing the engine and everything else. brake mounted on the driveshaft. clearly the video was not taken in New Hampshire.
maybe they'll just offer the 600 in 2022? still feel they should offer a Sno Pro 600 consumer version. :c-n:When looking at this thing, is it simply a procross with different add-ons/bolt on parts? Different plastics?
I'd say a 600 should bolt in their fairly easy...
or a new 850 or 900 and make it the new Firecat !ointlaugh:check space between track and radiator, if enough for 3inch lug
maybe 4th model blast 153x3 inchs, 800cc, 400lbs huuum!!
If not, forget it
I prefer 800cc, approx same weight and fuel econo of a 600cc for more zip
it looks very easy to work on, and hop-up for the younger guys without a ton of tools or experience.Just think with a muffler and no e start, 360 pounds. That is very light!
Oh yeah, whole new engine for the aftermarket. Be cool to see what Speedwerx and d&d will do with it. What if they can get 80hp? At potentially 360#? :fistpump2:it looks very easy to work on, and hop-up for the younger guys without a ton of tools or experience.
clutches sure look funky. is that a restrictor in the air intake or do they all look like that?
The battery and starter and cables on my sled was 24# by itself.Well lithium battery -10lbs. Lightweight rotor -2 lbs. Titanium can -17 lbs. Possible lightweight jackshaft -2.5 lbs thats 33lbs. Then pipe options. Quite possible to be at the 360 mark with 80+ hp. Could be cool
right from the /\ video /\does anybody have a pic of the handlebars with the throttle ..