wild...I would have thought something like that would be tough on the tranny & clutch with all the resistance....great way to keep the bike running all season....bet it's HUGE $$$
Some great vids here: http://www.2moto.net/Video_Gallery/
Yikes: Rogue 650's are $12,499, and RadiX kits are $4,249. Some E-start bikes may require a $60 battery tray relocation kit.
Might just be better off buying a nice used sled for the winter, and saving the bike for the summer....
Last edited by CHIA; 12-05-2007 at 01:16 PM.
WHOA that's insane!! And to think after recently buying my dirt bike, I thought - dirt bike, street bike, what's next... SNOWMOBILE! LOL! Why buy one when I can have BOTH! Too bad there's no chance in hell - at least for another month or two that I would be able to afford to keep all of those going!!
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The snoxcycles the way to go a grand cheaper and if you switch bikes lets say from a Honda to a Yamaha itll only cost a few hundred to get a different adapter kit to make it fit. Cant wait to try one out.
the 2 moto one looks like it would perform better but also looks like a bitch to swap. The snow x one looks pretty simple to install. I wonder how strong they are.