Bender makes good parts for your Yammy.
Have a buddy who just picked up his long tracked viper & he went with the Bender pipes. The thing dynos in at like 163HP Thats why I looking for bits and pieces for Thunder.
Hehe DAMN HIM LONG TRACK VIPER. Long track vipers are mad sweet looking.
My dad doesn't want to pipe his Viper. It is his first new sled and he bought it for dependability so he doesn't want to pipe it and risk going boom. Even if the risk is really a big one. My uncle and I are like MY GOD MAN THAT MUCH POWER GAIN And for the Viper pipes we are looking at Hauck Powersports. www.hauckpowersports.com they are cheaper and they look to be a better design. The Bender ones come witn like 3" of a spark plug and over the corner of the head. I don't like that.
Edited by - Sled_Dog on November 16 2001 4:36:59 PM
Don't know the exact stance. Its wide as a normal sled. And really 2000? The local dealership where my dad got his sells performance stuff for ATVs i thought of telling my dad to get them to get some Snowmobile stuff and maybe then tehy would do like you said still honor it.
The viper won't make a good mountain sled I believe. The seat is too wide to stand back on the boards. I have to bow my legs to do it. They should just simply put the engine from the Viper in the Mountain Max as I have been saying since I saw how horrid numbers that mountain max pulls(compared to the rest of the class)
I do like the seating arrangement on my TC a little better has nice wide running boards with good edge grip. I would sure like to add a set of those new bars they are putting on the M/C this year. Finally someone set up a mountain sled for mountain riding. Hell you almost never sit down. And they give great leverage
They look flimsy but I guess they work. Like I was saying in mountain riding you don't sit a hell of a lot the Viper needs a new seat in Mountain applications otherwise you can't get your feet back on the boards comfortablly
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