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2017 Burandt built Turbo Axys 163 2.6

Nov 27, 2007
Los Alamos, NM
2017 Polaris Turbo Axys 163", 2.6 track, Burandt Built, 754 miles
Boondocker Sidekick Turbo, Non-Adjustable, runs on 91 Octane, Plug and play turbo system, updated 2018 software
SKINZ Burandt Extreme Technical Riding Front Suspension, 36-38
Skinz NXT LVL QR Tunnel Pack - Waterproof
Skinz NXT LVL Polaris AXYS Front Bumper
Skinz NXT LVL Polaris AXYS Windshield Bag
Vohk Turbo Clutch Kit Stage 2 Billet weights, secondary spring, and VOHK progressive helix
Fox Shox Burandt Edition QS3 Front 2013-2015 PRO 2016
Fox Shox Burandt Edition QS3 Rear
Labor Boondocker Turbo Install, SLP Intake and Clutch kit.
Labor Fox Front shock install
Labor Fox Rear shock install
Labor OFT Tether
Shipping for Boondocker Turbo
Patrick Custom Carbon Machine Work
Machine Work to lighten Polaris clutches
Patrick Carbon Clutch cover
Carbon Fiber clutch cover with Ti bolts
2 Cool Turbo Vent kit
Both side panel vents, chimney vent and clutch vent
Skinz Helium Hood
Skinz Burandt "Shorty" ProTube Running board
Skinz Burandt Ultra Lighweight Rear Bumper
ArcticFx wrap
Labor Arctic Fx Wrap

$15,500 firm

$13,686.07 in custom work and accessories not including the purchase price of the sled. No issues, no wrecks. The sled is pull and go, runs excellent. I took the sled to Chris Burandt last year to have the sled gone over. He updated the software on the BD turbo controller and I was able to ride the sled a couple of weekends before life took over. I don't have the time to ride this year due to health conditions of two family members.

Here's a video of the sled idling. https://youtu.be/HHBG671n3aE

Pictures and details are also listed on the Burandt's Backcountry online store. Chris was gracious enough to list it on his website for me. You can contact Chris for an independent take on the sled or contact me at haight1@gmail.com or 830-263-4444 (text/voice).

Location: I am located in the mountains of Northern New Mexico (Los Alamos). I'm a little over 2 hours to Pagosa Springs, CO (Wolf Creek), one of our riding areas.

I have high resolution images, which I'm happy to send to interested buyers.

- Tim


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