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The perfect solution for all the snowmobilers stuck in a tropical climate.

Posted by: Trooper

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#1 9-16-2005 @ 10:56:57 PM
Posted By: Bmarc Reply | Edit | Del
Snowmobile.....

#2 9-16-2005 @ 11:06:09 PM
Posted By: Trooper Reply | Edit | Del
#1, hah, woops. I fixed it. Thanks.

#3 9-17-2005 @ 02:21:07 AM
Posted By: IloveV8s Reply | Edit | Del
why buy a quad... just convert your snow mobile.

#4 9-17-2005 @ 04:21:42 AM
Posted By: Gearcat Reply | Edit | Del
SWEET! Even better if it had a snorkel and could go in water ... perfect amphi-bike!

#5 9-17-2005 @ 12:21:11 PM
Posted By: Bmarc Reply | Edit | Del
#2, Haha no prob :)

Anyway looks pretty cool but a waste of time and money in my books unless it easily converts back to original then I'm all for it.

#6 9-17-2005 @ 09:42:59 PM
Posted By: Driven_out Reply | Edit | Del
#5, dont these things have upwards of 140 hp from the factory?

#7 9-17-2005 @ 11:27:46 PM
Posted By: moparman Reply | Edit | Del
#6, Depends on the engine and manufacturer but yeah some do have higher than 140 hp.

#8 9-18-2005 @ 01:52:54 PM
Posted By: IloveV8s Reply | Edit | Del
140 hp?? are you serious? that's insane... I want one.

#9 9-20-2005 @ 12:03:39 AM
Posted By: Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
A fella I knew once took his snow mobile up to the drag strip and he ran a ten second quarter mile, I think it was a Yamaha. It was totally crazy!

#10 9-20-2005 @ 12:48:17 AM
Posted By: 99neon Reply | Edit | Del
At my local dragstrip, there was a guy with his sled who flat out stomped a civic into the ground. Poor riceboy was so pissed he left. Good times.

#11 9-20-2005 @ 12:32:26 PM
Posted By: Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#8, Power to weight, this could be the most unknown speed combo on the planet.....

#12 9-21-2005 @ 08:14:36 PM
Posted By: Tastycakemix Reply | Edit | Del
Nice! Me want!!
*Puts on Zinc oxide*

#13 9-25-2005 @ 10:59:32 PM
Posted By: moparman Reply | Edit | Del
I was up to my Uncles sled shop today and he has a sled with 224 hp and 127 lb feet of torque. He put $4,000 into the motor alone. And just to make a sled to run in grass drags/Ice drags.

#14 9-27-2005 @ 12:46:21 PM
Posted By: Kwikfox Reply | Edit | Del
Hey every one, im new here, but I just need to say something about this. Just wow, that looks like it HAS to be from the midwest somewhere, either Minnesota or Wisconsin. But I really need to say, good job... now all they need to do is put in a chevy 454... I am going to regret saying that....

#15 9-27-2005 @ 10:12:57 PM
Posted By: Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#14, Never dare someone to try stuffing a bigger engine into somthing, they might just be drunk enough to try it

#16 10-07-2005 @ 08:17:38 AM
Posted By: 403 Bandit Reply | Edit | Del
#13, ice drags? grass drags? never heard of that... oh well still sounds like fun

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