LoginRegister
SnowandMud.com - Powered by vBulletin

Today's Posts
Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 4567
Results 61 to 66 of 66
  1. #61
    Senior Member
    Caper11's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Location
    Edson,Alberta
    Posts
    6,074

    Longevity of the 850T Motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by bobsledder View Post
    Well at the prices being put out there better off to get a new sled.....the theory of getting an sp and upgrading shocks appears to be the worst way to go
    Nope, not true. I have done the enzo on my SP and now the shocks will go on another sled, regardless if its a expert or not.
    Enzo tuned shocks are better than the expert shocks.


    You have a freeride? Those shocks are rebuildable.
    2019 Skidoo Summit 850 165, Custom clutching, Enzo shock package, Munster ski bushing savers.
    06 Suzuki KQ 700 with EPI clutch kit, twin air intake, hmf swamp series exhaust and power commander chip



  2. #62
    Senior Member
    snopro's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Location
    Milo,Alberta
    Posts
    40,177

    Re: Longevity of the 850T Motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by Caper11 View Post
    Nope, not true. I have done the enzo on my SP and now the shocks will go on another sled, regardless if its a expert or not.
    Enzo tuned shocks are better than the expert shocks.


    You have a freeride? Those shocks are rebuildable.
    Yep Bert those are pretty much the best shocks you can get on a stock sled from Doo. Like Matt says they are rebuildable.
    Stop by for an ice cold Doolaide!
    2010 Shelby GT500
    2019 Summit 850x 175
    2021 Summit 850 Expert Turbo 175
    Rider Shareholder/Owner
    Former SkiDoo MTC Member

  3. #63
    Senior Member
    kanedog's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Location
    Surrey the best City ever!
    Posts
    2,532

    Re: Longevity of the 850T Motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by neilsleder View Post
    I had raptor shocks on my 2014 xm. I spent 2 winters adjusting them and never got them to ride as nice as my uncle x with stock shocks. I wouldn’t waste my money on them again.
    I found the raptors to be a $4,500 meh.

  4. #64
    Member kovs's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Location
    Rosetown, sask
    Posts
    575

    Re: Longevity of the 850T Motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by kanedog View Post
    I found the raptors to be a $4,500 meh.
    Raptors are a nice shock but they are expensive to buy and double the price to rebuild vs a X shock. A good shock rebuilder can do minor shim stack change and will be night and day difference

  5. #65
    Member
    bobsledder's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    Sicamous BC/Houston Texas
    Posts
    1,629

    Re: Longevity of the 850T Motor?

    Quote Originally Posted by snopro View Post
    Yep Bert those are pretty much the best shocks you can get on a stock sled from Doo. Like Matt says they are rebuildable.
    Yes I like them. Was looking to upgrade a different sled. If I could find a complete set off a wrecked free ride that would work

  6. #66
    Senior Member Capt Zambo Champion
    Pistonbroke's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Location
    right here.
    Posts
    2,607

    Re: Longevity of the 850T Motor?

    fawk your annoying!!! - maxwell
    *you're - Mike270412


Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 4567

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •