Anyone deleted T-motion by replacing with C-motion rear arm?

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Has anyone deleted their T-motion on a G4 and replaced it with a C-motion rear arm? If so, could I get the parts list and photos of the install? Thanks.
 

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I havent done it, but looked into it earlier this year. Saved these screenshots from another forum, don’t remember where anymore. 6871267E-3B02-455C-BF2A-FB10B389F9F3.png BFBF5EC4-DD10-4EF2-A9F1-4486A54A9F91.png
 

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I installed the Z-Bros delete on my 2017 and it held up. Sold it with the sled, and ran my 2020 Expert stock. Ordered a Expert turbo, and think I’ll put the Z-Broz delete back in.
 

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Looks like the Ski Doo parts run about $220 + shipping ordered on line. Shipping ran $30. Are parts ordered at a dealership more or less than the online Ski Doo store?
 

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Looks like the Ski Doo parts run about $220 + shipping ordered on line. Shipping ran $30. Are parts ordered at a dealership more or less than the online Ski Doo store?
Where did you get that price? My total was $325.
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Where did you get your price at a Ski Doo dealer?
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Its over 400 Canadian for all those parts. Does anyone on here know if that actually works?!? And does not change the geometry???
It looks like it bolts right in and replaces the T-motion.

A lot of the parts are the same between the C-motion and T-motion.
 

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Looks like the Ski Doo parts run about $220 + shipping ordered on line. Shipping ran $30. Are parts ordered at a dealership more or less than the online Ski Doo store?
You can order those parts direct from Ski Doo and have them shipped to your nearest dealer for free.
 

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I wasn’t sure that website was actually BRP authorized, or someone who just named their website parts store that.
 

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If you need any measurements or anything let me know. I have a Backcountry XRS 154 with c-motion

Thank you. Much appreciated.

How doo you like the c-motion off trail?
 
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Its kind of complicated. Because its not really a straight comparison..

The backcountry xrs has curved rails, and no flex edge track. The pro 40 shocks in the rear have different springs as well, its basically set up for more trail friendly manners. From the factory the spindles are quite different too, more of a trail/zrp geometry. And the front suspension is roughly 39 inches set in the middle.

I have summit arms on it now, summit expert ski rubbers and the skis set in the middle. and all else is stock.

All that being said, The sled still feels twitchy in a sidehill. just not nearly as bad as a summit. Personally, I think the skis are the biggest part of the issue. However, when you combine the skis with t-motion and the flex edge track you get a squirrely mess in anything but deep power.

I drove the lynx with the flex edge track, and it did much better than a summit or backcountry xrs. Front suspension was the same as a summit, as was the track, only defining difference was the rear suspension and skis, so go figure.
 
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