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Old 12-10-2006   #1
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So what will you be ridin on this winter?

I'm a cat guy. I don't bleed green but they make a good product. The only one close to the cats - IMO is the new ski-doo stuff.

The ride this year will be a arctic cat m-8 black with the 153" track. I know the oil pump will need to be turned down they all seem to need it. I have been at the cat factory for the last week and got some pretty trick advice from the racers up there. Super stoked about the 8 only drawback is that it is not the m-10!

The pile of parts that will go on her.

- a new old hood, I put the stock one on shelf until needed.
- v-force 3 reeds
- slp can
- speedworks air intake kit
- 3" bar risers
- 2 1/2 in camplast track 3 pitch
- new old bumper
- high flow airbox
- new clutchin than that of stock.
- fox float shox
- ecu relocation kit and a extra set of hand warmers - hook the warmers up to the head light - no headlight but when the hood gets removed by a roll or a tree or a roll into a tree the ecu will not burn up. to hook up the headlight just swap the wires.
- teather switch - every year this $5 part saves my $9K machine at least once!
- boss seat
- I will also polish and port this sled - lots of work but gives them that last little bit!
- a high air flow clutch kit - keeps the clutches cool.

That is it - I should have her together about x-mass or so. Until then my 06 m-7 should take me where I want to go.

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Old 12-10-2006   #2
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My 1996 Polaris Grand Prix, baby! You should see her...purple with the checkered flag plastered across the body. Hot stuff.

Hope she starts.

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Old 12-20-2006   #3
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2000 summit 700. all yellow. mbrp can. titanium clutch weights. 3.5 in Rox handlebar riser. Rox sledtreds wider running boards. Still wanting to port the track. Also need to buy used fox rebuildable shox and then have them rebuilt. Have not had any time. It's snowwing like crazy right now. bring it on.
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