Yup, just I thought maybe I was immune to the snowflap suckage, but I guess not after making several hi-speed runs (100-110!) with the flap getting sucked under almost every time. Glad I didn't have my studded 1.375" track on yet! -- Roy
SHORT FLAP SHORT PECKER??? what is that all about?? how about short neatly trimed flap on line = looks great and donest suck in...but long flap and woman strap = beaver tail look and ugly... Get a haircut u hippy!!
well acctually..yes it is...well atleast till i get my ski doo buddy back for the 4 thousand snow showers he has obliterated me with.....but i dont like that long flap they have..ive trimmed every flap i have at the reverse line..besides...if i had reverse i would need to do it anyways...all the factory sleds wiht Reverse comes with them trimmed shorter..
haha fire...naw..all in good fun..u know what rocks about this fourm..well 95 % of us on here are firecat owners..so after all the yelling we can sit back and say "hey...we all rock..we all ride the best" and then we dont have to argue... h34r:
LOL! Good point Sally! Didn't Poo have to install longer flaps on some of their sleds last year to help overheating problems? LOL... all you guys that cut your flaps better go fish the bottom two inches outta' the dumpster and start reattaching them! LOL!!!
good point sally! but ony trimmed 2" off and did check the heat exchangers plenty of snow on them and yes its a good idea when running in marginal snow to run in some powder to get some snow on the exchangers . and as not to infringe on someones property or go where your not permitted B) my 2 cents
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