Well, I am not up to speed in my arctic cat area and you can probably tell that I like polaris but I dont want this site to be biased. I don't think that there is anything to be worried about. Arctic Cat is a good manufacturer of snowmobiles and has built a good reputaion. I think this should work very well if they put in the same effort as all of the other things they do over there, which they do.
First year things can be good or bad. You tend to be sort of a tester. Although it's already been "tested" it's not really been tested by the actual consumer. So you are taking a risk. Perhaps it'll kick ass, or it'll suck, or you won't noticed any difference. The only way you'll know is if you take it for a rip.
"If I close my mind in fear, please pry it open" - Metallica
Now I get it! I feel it's too heavy and alot of parts to clean up after every season. The standard TSL Fastrack suspension should offer all the adjustment a person would need and as long as you keep your shocks serviced it is an excellent skid.
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