the one thing i've learned is it's not what you ride it's how you ride there is always something better coming out this year it may be the F7 or the rev next year it will be something new so to say this or that is the best is a mute point in the long run.
I agree it has a great deal to do with being a good rider, but with all sleds, the Firecat Sno Pro especially the sled set up is most important. If you don't know or have someone who knows how to set up a sled you might as well stay home.
Set up includes, lake or strip racing, gearing, clutching, front and rear suspension only to mention a few.
Take a few wrenches on your next ride and see what turning a few bolts will do. It is the only way you will learn if you don't have a bit of a grip on it right now.
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