1.25" without studs .91" with studs. Some have claimed to do 1.5" without studs but I have never seen it. Also it depends on the year of the sled. If you have a '95 or newer with the Xtra-10 or Xtra-12 the chances are better you could go with the 1.5" paddle without studs. But if it is a sled with the lower 8" meaning some '95 models and before of the XLT don't even try it. Best you can go is 1.25" and even then I would be scared of it hitting something. I did a .82" with 1" studs on a '93 Indy 440 L/C and in order to do it I had to remove the seat then drill out the pop rivets holding on the tunnel strips. IF I would to do a track change now on my '97 Indy 500 L/C I would go with a track with studs built in like this one. Saves time and money when doing studs. Just remember if you do studs you need carbides.
So I have a 2000s rmk engine in a older wedge. It is a 600, I have 700 carbs, jugs, reeds, head, an pistons. Could I swap out the top end? If so what would I have to do to the jetting? Any knowledge is appreciated!
Hi, I have an 88 Polaris Indy 488 fan that runs at idle but won’t rev at all. Seems like it is getting too much fuel. It’ll start first pull and idle all day but it is very smoky and when you try to rev it up it will big down and eventually stall. It looks like it has good spark but plugs are...
Looking for a little help on what can be causing my 2001 formula deluxe to flood on initial start of the day. Has good spark. I only put choke at half. Once it has started I have no issues, starts 100%. Runs great down the lake. Appriciate any feedback. Thanks.