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Old 10-08-2015, 07:37 AM
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Looking to put some add ons on a 2014 summit XM. How important is it to put a belly pan on it? Which one is better? The extreme or the standard skidoo belly pan? I know the differences are size, but want to know other sledders thoughts. Also, should I put the grip n rip bracing on it as well? I have heard both positive and negatives about the bracing. Any comments would be appreciated.

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If you do a skid plate, do the skinny one, the wider ones hold snow which can lock up the steering if it gets heavy or icy.
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I would say yes to both. When riding down a snow covered gravel road last year, I nailed a 10" diameter rock or so with a sk at 20-30 mph. It flung me off the sled and cause my sled to roll a few time. I had the racewerx bumper/smod brace system, and the gnr upper arm and emod brace. Much to my suprise none of the a arms nor the smod were tweaked at all. I was probably more lucky than anything, but I say yes to bracing. Also like brew said, get the extreme skid plate...
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I would put a plate on for any boonedocking. I u the extreme ski plate which is the little one. Doesn't anything to speak of for snow
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i went with the bigger skid plate to protect all of it, not just the belly pan. but that is just what i like. i have never owned a sled that didn't have a belly pan protection. i hit to much stuff
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I use 8" skis for better flotation helps a lot gliding over obstacles instead of hitting them. Also take a grinder to the carbides and smoothen out the first 1/2 inch to a super smooth approach angle so that they will not hook on any rocks but glide over them. Those 2 mods take care of 75% of front end issues for me and my Gal. Also save 5 pounds worth of bracing. Stuff can always happen but this does take care of all the small stuff, if you hit a big stump or rock at any kind of speed straight on stuff just bends no matter how many braces you have on.
My Skis are also very flexible on the tip that helps as well
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Looking to put some add ons on a 2014 summit XM. How important is it to put a belly pan on it? Which one is better? The extreme or the standard skidoo belly pan? I know the differences are size, but want to know other sledders thoughts. Also, should I put the grip n rip bracing on it as well? I have heard both positive and negatives about the bracing. Any comments would be appreciated.

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extreme skid plate ...fat ones for flotation
hd torsion springs are a must
gnr bracing for sure.
pre filter kit stops snow from entering the motor
motts machining quick clickers no tools required once installed
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I put over 2200mi on my 13XM, G&R braces, no skid plate and no damage, maybe I'm lucky but I very rarely hit stuff. I also put on rail stiffeners and the heavier rear susp. springs for jumping. I also run the Polaris Gripper skis. I will be running G&R braces, rail stiffeners, and heavier rear susp. springs and a special spring loaded Ft. bumper on my 16 T-3.
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I put a BRP skid plate on mine (the bigger one), no issues with ice or snowbuild up. I definitely recommend a front screen/prefilter kit to keep snow out of the engine bay. I tagged a rock last year and bent my s-mod and spindle. I replaced the spindle and I'm going to leave the s-mod for now since I don't find it to be a huge issue. Would grip n' rip braces helped? Probably, when I repair it, they'll be getting installed for sure.

x2 on the quick clickers as well, they make life a lot easier for changing snow and elevation conditions.
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Don't forget a better front bumper. Stocker is useless for deflecting anything bigger than a pencil. Clutch kit #2. Grip n rip braces are just for that warm fuzzy feeling and a little bit of insurance, don't want to bend anything? stick to the trail and go slow.

For the standard ski do skid plate use bolts and big washer on the front, rivets don't last.
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