Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by soloma, Feb 2, 2002.
Anyone here Snowmobile??????????????????????????????????
I have a cottage in Wisconson and thats were i keep them
i sold mine to buy a new quad
This year sucks ive only been out once and i had to drive 12 hrs up north to get there. This is pathetic brand new sled sitting clean and waxed in the garage STILL !!!!!!!
What kind out sled do you have:
2001 Polaris XC700
1995 ARCTIC CAT PANTERA - 580CC EFI, E. START, REVERSE, HEATED PASSENGER GRIPS, OEM PLASTIC SKI'S FROM 2001 MODEL
Yo i am from northern wisconsin. Where is your cottage at. I am assuming some where around Eagle river area.
Yup you got it. Eagle river is where they stay.
Best of Both worlds?
A Yamaha YZF-R1 carries about 2.8 pounds per crankshaft horsepower. Dr. Rob Tuluie's home-built bike has the potential to carry just 1.3 pounds for each horsepower, just shy of a Formula One car!
The Tul-aris uses a two-stroke Polaris-derived Parallel Twin snowmobile engine turned 180 degrees, hence the carbs poke out the front (to be surrounded by a yet-to-be-built carbon-fiber airbox) with the exhaust exiting straight out the back of the cylinders. Under-engine shock mounting is accomplished with a patent-pending Tuluie linkage design. The shock operates in conventional compression style (as opposed to the Buell under-engine shock, which operates in extension) is positioned near the center of gravity and has low moving mass. The shock linkage uses needle bearings, running on hardened, internally-tapered hollow pins.