Howdy sledderz!

Its Turbo Tuesday and that means #Boondocker ! Those dudes really know there stuff, and they should after a decade of developing this technolgy. I've ran their kits on both M8s and 1000's and they've always delivered great power and throttle response.

But this new Polaris Axis kit is simply too much for me to keep under the rug!!

1st thing, the kit is truely a plug&play beauty.   No splicing wires, no cutting or drilling execpt for the tunnel dump exhaust.

The electronics came pre-programmed and the mapping was spot on!! I expected to spend a few hours adding #'s to the box, but thats not necessary with this setup.  One evening in the garage, I was ready to ride!

 

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Give the guys at #Boondocker a call today, you wont be left dissappointed.   Ryan

BoonDocker LLC
2379 Heyrend Way
Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA 83402
208-542-4411 (Local) 877-522-7805 (Toll Free)

 

 

1.09.16 GM

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Its all about the base, the base!....and finally, it has arrived. 2 days above freezing was just what the snowpack needed. Now we have 4-6 feet of solid goodness, with daily freshies on top.
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Best day of the year in Northern Colorado. Great base, bluebird, way too much fun

 Got out with Andy and his bro.  Great base setting up finally.  My narrowed 2016 proclimb is killing it.  3" powerclaw is seriously the best track out there.  Keeps chugging, and is hard to get stuck.  My 2016 axys 3" and buddy Tom's T3 track don't even hold a candle (all same length).  I'll most likely be putting the 3" powerclaw on the Axys this season, or this summer.  It's that good. Have 250 miles on both my 16 PC and 16 Axys this season, 12 days.  I ride the shit out of both sleds, and both do some things better than the other.  The 16 Proclimb with the way I have it setup kills my last years 15 proclimb with 3" PC, can, shocks, skinz front end, BDX boards, steering mod in technical situations.  Must on the 16 Cat 3" 7 tooth are BM fab skinny board and panel suck in, Toms snowmobile revalved shocks, higher gearing, & can.  MDS weights unloaded are also working great.

NOCO 1-2-16 from Jordan CO 2.0 on Vimeo.

1.1.2016 Grand Mesa Adventures

Tried to go on a ride out to the flattops yesterday and ended up smoking my primary clutch on '12 HCR half way in. Made it back to the lodge solo and was about to call it day (2 sleds down in 2 days is my limit) when I ran into Donna of Grand Mesa Adventures. She was responding to a SAR incident out near Lands End so she asked me to join Mike and take out a new years day snowmobile tour. We had a pretty good time and it was really awesome to see new comers to snowmobiling enjoying their first ride and the beautiful Grand Mesa. Mike and Donna have an awesome setup at GMA, they operate out of the historic Alexander Lake Lodge (run by the Chyc family, good friends of ours). If you are looking for an adventure on the Mesa, you found it!
Our tour group (Mike leading)

Rider working on his first powder turns!

(2) 2016 Ski Doo 600 2up Snowmobiles
(2) 2016 Ski Doo 600 Snowmobiles
(2) 2015 Arctic Cat m8000 Snowmobiles
(1) 2011 Arctic Cat m8 Snowmobile available for rent.

Give GMA a shout 1-800-366-2222 or www.grandmesaadventures.com
 

NewYearsRide 1.1.16

Blue bird ride.
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Apparently.......18deg is the perfect temp for goggles and gear.

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