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I'm running silber's kit with 7lbs on a 2017 165x3
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I'm running silber's kit with 7lbs on a 2017 165x3
Elevation? Clutching? What kind of snow? Track speed is highly variable...
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Depends a lot on snow, but 2017 154 3" pretty much instantly low 50's then climbing into the 60+ range pretty fast in "average" snow conditions. 8-10k feet.
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We Are seeing instant mid 50s with the sidekick sleds with 165 and 175 tracks in good powder at 6 to 8k feet. Then pull on out to 60 to 65 depending on if the sled can get on top or not. That's at around 6 psi I believe. An 850 is an animal with these speeds in a hill.
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