Burn Baby Burn !!
Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: Saguenay, QC
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Agree with Bear on the scratchers. Mine did not come with them and need to orders some. So far, I have been OK on the trails. I just jump off in the powder as much as I can.
For trail riding, I agree with you, a 154 is to much. I have not looked at the spring ordering, so I did not know the 2" lug was 16" wide. Someone here did the calculations. Thye came up with that the 146 16" wide was the same area on the snow as a 154 15" wide track. That was another reason I went with the 146 Summit. I have the same amount of track on the snow as the 154, but with the shorter track for when I am on the trails. I just don't need the 154+ length track for the type of riding I am doing.
Your plan sounds like you will have a great sled!
Just a note about prototypes from Skidoo, usually they do a complete rebuild of the motor before selling it. If an employee bought it first, they would have rebuilt it for him/her. Main reason they do this is to make sure they removed any mods they put in. Now, that was the policy back in the 80's and 90's. Not sure if they still do the same thing now, but I would guess they do.
Should be a good sled.