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Are the C&A the only after market option for these sleds? What are you guys running? Or are stock fine?
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I left my scoot with the stock skis. I think they work just great. Others will argue for a larger ski for more float. I will argue back that the bigger ski with more float just makes it harder for the kids to learn how to sidehill and powder turn on it. So then it seems to just become an issue of what your personal priorities are.

I'm still yet to see any videos of any kids out there with aftermarket skis rallying the heck out of them any better than my kid with the stock skis, so for now, I'm unconvinced that it would be worth spending a dime on.
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I left my scoot with the stock skis. I think they work just great. Others will argue for a larger ski for more float. I will argue back that the bigger ski with more float just makes it harder for the kids to learn how to sidehill and powder turn on it. So then it seems to just become an issue of what your personal priorities are.

I'm still yet to see any videos of any kids out there with aftermarket skis rallying the heck out of them any better than my kid with the stock skis, so for now, I'm unconvinced that it would be worth spending a dime on.
We put a set of stock M-series skis on ours. Maybe helps a little with float, didn't seem to hurt anything.

However, we had them sitting on the shelf, it took 10 minutes and no money to try. I wouldn't spend money on it. The stock ones seemed fine. They're a great improvement over the older 120 skis.
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Five year old loved her new 200. Stock skis are fine. I didn’t know about the sensor in the throttle. What a pain that was all weekend.
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Here is the fix for the throttle. 2 different methods.

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I like the second one better, but I couldn't get the throttle off so I just did the first one. I'll try again later to do the second one.
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