Long track mountain max

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You can do a 151 pretty easy with rail extensions. Any more and you'll need to build a tunnel extension, longer rails, ect.
That's about as long as I want to go. I have a friend that works at SLP he says they have the rails. How much for a track. Does it have to be a Yamaha track.
 

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It wouldn't hurt to put in a lighter skid that is already the length that you want to go to. The Yami skid is the heaviest in the industry.


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That's about as long as I want to go. I have a friend that works at SLP he says they have the rails. How much for a track. Does it have to be a Yamaha track.
just has to be the right pitch to match your current drivers. as far a track goes. unless you are putting in new drivers as well.

but track price depends on what your budget is. new or used? wouldn't hurt as mentioned to put a different skid in to your track length. I have put in rmk skids in before to get away from extensions on my buddy's sleds when he went 151 on 1 sled and 156 on the other. plus you can usually pick up a good used skid pretty cheap.
 
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I extended a short track 700 to a 159" about 15 years ago...
Wahl bros no slip drivers 2.52 pitch
151" Cat 1M rear skid set back
Rear heat exchanger deleted
I still ride this machine out west!
 
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