2018 is a pretty mild year for Polaris’ mountain lineup. Most of the attention went into the all-new Timbersled ARO which you can read all about at www.snowbikeworld.com.
The newest additions to the mountain line up were BNG (bold new graphics) on the entire fleet, the addition of a SKS 146, and a new crossover called the “Titan” which isn’t really our ideal sled choice but we decided to include due to it’s mountain sled roots.
Here are the 2018 Mountain Sled Graphics Packages.
2018 SKS 146"
Yes it’s a cross over, but after spending a day on this “trail sled” we were blown away by the off-trail capabilities this sled offered. Deep snow, and steep drainages made for the ultimate proving grounds for the half breed sled. It was also an absolute riot on the trail. We could definately own one of these for spring riding.
- AXYS 146 Chassis
- Rider-Balanced chassis for precise control on trail and off trail
- IGX 146 REAR SUSPENSION (Ideal Geometry Xover)
- Front half of suspension features longer front torque arm and revised, optimized geometry
- to control pitch
- 15-in. x 146-in. x 2.25-in. Peak Track
- Tipped rails
- RMK 39-41 front end
- PowderTrac Hybrid Running Boards
- Trail oriented ergonomics (seat, gas tank, bars, controls, running boards etc)
2018 Titan “Worlds Most Capable Cross Over”
The Titan is a new breed of crossover sled. While we don’t usually mess around with these, we can’t ignore the fact that this big Bertha rides on the proven AXYS chassis, has the same 800 CFI motor, and even comes with Fox QS3 shocks. Heck, maybe we will rock one of these to haul all of our media gear!
- Titan Powdertrac running boards
- Fox QS3 clicker shocks
- 155” track with 1.8 lugs
- 14 gallon fuel tank
- 9.5” wide pro float skis
- Innovative 2 up system and cargo system
- Integrated accessory winch
- 1200 lb towing capacity
- Alpha Transmission (High, Low, Reverse, Neutral)
- Titan brake system