no issues. it was a fresh groomed trail at -1 degree (f). It ran 99-105 degrees, just like every things else (boost, non slash models). roughly 13 miles of this trail.How was the cooling on the trail on the 146?
Ascender was basically plastics change, matryx is plastics and an entirely new tunnel, no sense in changing things that work, axys bulkhead, react front suspension and rear suspension work great.I feel like that should not be called a new chassis though...I guess its like the ascender platform on cat. Not complaining though because the changes make a huge difference!!
10-4. Thanks GPD Leaning hard towards a 650 146.... But might wuss out and get the 850.I did take the 650 146" out. It was electric start and 2" track. I swapped with my buddy Dan Gardiner half way through without telling him what it was. He came back and said, "it feels lazy" I then informed him it was a 650 146 with 2" and electric start. It was impressive for what it did at 8000 feet.
I really wanted to try the 850 146" with 2.6" track. That is a very cool sled IMO.
So IMO if you weigh under 150lbs the 650 is plenty capable. It rode well on the trail and handled everything just fine. Otherwise I would stick with the 850.
Supposedly that will all be taken care of on the 22s. Extroverts,antistab and a updated track.does anybody know if they solved the 165 issues.?Do they install extroverts and anti stab kit now, or is it still an issue the customer has to deal with? I want the track but my budget doesn't allow for the proper fix