2000 XCR 800 performance?
This is a discussion on 2000 XCR 800 performance? within the Polaris forums, part of the Brand Specific Snowmobile Discussion category; The torque stop goes on the left front of the motor. It is a very good idea like Madcow said. These motors like to twist ...
The torque stop goes on the left front of the motor. It is a very good idea like Madcow said. These motors like to twist alot in the chassis.
the hard mounts get annoying on the trail, they make the foot wells and handle bars buzzy.
for the radar run you might have a better chance with hp, but making speed is not easy, I know many people who took a sled down the radar track and did 100 mph, then added pipes porting clutching and tons of other stuff to only go 100 mph. it takes time to build speed what they didnt realize is that they were getting there alot quicker even though they went the same speed.