Think the market for Matryx twins is gonna be thin for another year or three. Most spring order normally aspirated Matryx RMK owners aren't gonna blow their four year out of the gate. Or they took themselves out of the twin pipe market completely when they ante'd up to the Patriot Boost. Boost changes the twin pipe market.
Only RMK peeps without a four year will be fall buyers who won't have a Slash and will have to start with a 155. Most of them are not gonna twin pipe a non-Slash 155. They'll be a RMK market, but it won't start to really show up until 23, 24, 25. Doesn't mean SLP won't try, but like the Axys, might be a wait. If they can use the same twins in both the trail and RMK Matryx, which means they need a low elevation calibration for twin pipes, it will help speed it along. Focus will be on a single, of course, that can be used in both trail and RMK. JMHO.
With as many as they sold this spring, there is going to be high aftermarket demand, and eventually supply, for new and Axys adopted parts for the Matryx. Singles for sure. I'll be in the single pipe/can market myself for a non-boost 165 Slash before the end of the season, will see who offers what and how well they do. Higher comp head or moving to a boost in 23/24.I have a normally aspirated Matryx snowcheck on order (with warranty), and would consider twins if they were reasonably quiet and didn't melt plastic panels. Otherwise I'll look for a single pipe/can that still provides some gains, or just a quiet can for weight loss and easy access to the gear down assembly (which needs occasional attention).
I’ve done that to multiple sleds.A fully functional single and higher comp heads will keep alot of non-turbo owners happy for a long time.
I will not disagree there. But your now competing on a very new front. Things used to be NA mods VS aftermarket boost. No warranty and customer install variables on both parts (pipe/head are simpler for sure).A fully functional single and higher comp heads will keep alot of non-turbo owners happy for a long time.
Polaris is offering factory twin pipes for the 650 and 850 matryx chassis as well as iqr (if I'm not mistaken) for the RMSHA racers. I didn't really buy a new sled for the warranty. It might be nice but I buy things to USE and in the past have been screwed by a certain polaris dealer whom I refuse to use as the dealer for my new sled. Not so much polaris's fault but non the less and for what it's worth...
I don't support insurance Companies, banks, or credit beyond friends. Cash is king and in the world moving forward I hope people consider this as your still subject to market ****ery, howver not being tied down sure makes it easier to swing with the wind- throw your own punches... or walk away .
I'll post a link if it comes my way again, but I seen the post on Instagram
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