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Any ran a 156 x3 track on a 850 khaos

ullose272

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Coming off an alpha the one thing i miss is the track compared to the 2.6, has anyone ran the x3 on a 850 khaos and how was it? Im afraid to make this thing want to wheelie more! Hah. If i wouldnt have cut my tunnel id probably look at a 162 to be honest

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Wheel House Motorsports

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Ive run the X3 as well as Cat 3" track on 800 and 850 rmk and khaos sleds. IMO worlds better for a more aggressive rider. It will trench a little more and wheelie more on a khaos as its actually digging instead of just floating you on top like the 2.6 does. That being said a little shock tuning andy ou will be blown away by how much more capable the sled is in the deep. MAx out the low speed compression on the RTS to help control tthe transfer more.
 

summ8rmk

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I think they had a molding defect and cut tips off a batch of them.

I’m finding zero signs of them anywhere.

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Clarke673

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i have a 153 x 3 x 3 pc 3" currently missing 2 1/2 paddles but im sure it will be more after a few days from now. and it has a few CTX # 15 21/2 construction cert deck lag bolts for track screws. Would trade it for almost any newer 2.5" 15 or 16 wide 3 pitch 154, or 156 track. plus some boot either way depending on the track for trade.
 

ullose272

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Well i put on a 156 x3 and my first ride, vast improvement over the 2.6 imo, the snow was better than most my previous rides so we will see how it goes but so far i like it

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I have the 5 ft cooler but not using the stock cooling system, its fine in the fluff, but any trail riding it warms up pretty quick with scratchers and no flap

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Ah.
I suppose with both it would stay cool.
 
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