Explorer from AD Boivin for WR
Posted May 23, 2008 - 08:02 PM
I was wondering if the WR have enough power for it to still be fun?
They recommend to gear down and what does it to the topspeed.
It would be fun to hear about it from someone that have tested it.
2Moto also have a bolt on track.
Anyone tried this one.
Here they ride it on water too.
If power is enough I'm leaning more towards the AD Boivin because of the ability to move track forward and back depending on snowtype.
It's also easier to bolt on because it uses the bikes own damping and svingarm.
One more plus for the explorer is that it does'nt need snow to lube the sliders because it has a wheelconstruction instead of slides.
So this can actually be used in wetlands, sand and other demanding enviroments where it's otherwise big problems.
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Posted November 20, 2009 - 12:08 AM
For the price consious rider the thousand plus less $ they can get away with will satisfy just fine. You don't need accessories to ride, what it comes with is enough. Try taking a bike without one where it will go!