Tag: Turbo

VIDEO – First Ride! Ski-Doo Summit 175 TURBO!

In this video, Mountain Sledder rides the Ski-Doo Summit Expert 175 Turbo and shares its opinion on which is the best track option for the 850 E-TEC Turbo.

2021 Ski-Doo Freeride – What’s New

In keeping with tradition, the main advantage of the 2021 Ski-Doo Freeride continues to be its premium shocks package, which uses the KYB Pro 40 EA piggyback shocks at the rear, and…

2021 Ski-Doo Summit Lineup

We had a feeling that the 2021 Ski-Doo Summit lineup would see more 2-stroke turbo 850 E-TEC engines made available for model year 2021. After all, the 2020.5 Ski-Doo Summit 850 E-TEC…

2021 Ski-Doo Snowmobile Lineup

The 2021 Ski-Doo Snowmobile Lineup has been announced, and here's what you can expect to ride from the manufacturer next winter.

First Ride! Ski-Doo Summit 850 E-TEC Turbo

Mountain Sledder was invited to visit Carl Kuster Mountain Park and throw a leg over the newly released Summit 850 E-TEC Turbo. Watch the video below to see our first impression aboard…

Ski-Doo Summit 850 E-TEC Turbo

Now that BRP has broken the internet with news of the world's first factory 2-stroke turbo snowmobile, it's time to dig into the details of the Ski-Doo Summit 850 E-TEC Turbo.

Ski-Doo Summit 850 E-TEC Turbo Revealed

Ahead of the usual spring reveal of new model year sleds, BRP has announced the world's first factory 2-stroke turbo snowmobile, the Ski-Doo Summit 850 E-TEC Turbo.

BoonDocker Releases New Heads for Polaris Patriot SideKick Turbo

BoonDocker has made two new high-performance heads for use with its Polaris 850 Patriot Sidekick turbo system available to sledders.

BoonDocker releases Sidekick Pump Gas Arctic Cat Turbo Kit

BoonDocker has revealed to Mountain Sledder that its popular Sidekick pump gas turbo kit is now fully developed, tested and available to owners of the MY2018 Arctic Cat Mountain Cat, Sno Pro and M models.…

BoonDocker Releases Sidekick Pump Gas Ski-Doo 850 Turbo Kit

Historically, turbo induction upgrade kits have not achieved mainstream adoption for a number of reasons. 1) They were expensive and are difficult to install, 2) they demanded specialized knowledge to be able to tune and maintain, 3) they were…