Yes the storm has seen better days but it really just looks worse than it is. It only has 1500 miles on it and still starts on the first pull every single time. The rear suspension is in pieces from last winter still as you can see by the spare parts sitting on it. I have sold this sled to someone for $1200....just waiting for them to give me the cash....Kinda makes me sad to see it go though.
any snow yet? must be hard seein ur new sled sit in the garage....lol....i have the same problem...not brand new tho. just sittin there....it really sux buyin one and not havin any snow to try her out right away doesnt it? man, 0.4 miels...wish mine said that, although mine does say 180...smirk...its been rolled...
Think Snow...hell...might as well think lots of snow!
yeah i know what you mean, i just bought my first sled and it seems like the only reason that its not snowing is because i bought one! I bet if i didnt there would be about a foot on the ground right now, lol LET IT SNOW
well... u know ur not supposed to operate over 100mph son thats just dangerous. I want a speedometer that moves... never had one on a sled... kinda um never new how fast i wasnt going! it was fun however fast it was tho!
Duct tape much like the force... it has a light side, a dark side.... and it holds the world together!
first thing we do is get the heat gun out and peel those warning labels off. Looks a lot better. Anyway umm you guys that thing will not maybe do 100 it will rip past 100. ZR 600s do 100 that thing will do like 110 maybe with pipes it could do like 115 120 MAYBE. Big maybe.
No problem. We use a heatgun just heat it a little bit then peel. Don't want to put too much heat or hte adhesive can get funky. And Burnin you never "speed" wow good for you I guess. My old sled I was always full throttle our whole time in New York last year. It was a Kawaski 340 at full throttle I was doing like 50.
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