Nice Man. I have toys for every season, from boats to mud trucks, to quads/dirtbikes and sleds. Plus a few motorcycles. I don't have any long tracks like you, just a sno pro 500 ( the one set up out of the box for snocross) and a sno pro F8 which is a 2012 (the 170hP version). The 500 is studded, and is mad fun in the tight trails being so light and nimble, the 800 is a raped ape. I can be doing 80 down a trail, nail the gas and the sled will spin sideways, just so much power. We have finally gotten quite a bit of snow here in NY where I live, nothing like the lake effect an hour north of me, but yesterday I was hitting 3 foot drifts and jumping them, mad fun. Also was on a buddys MX track and was nailing all the jumps once I went around a few times to make a "track" for myself. Problem with these short tracks is, you need to keep up momentum and the front end up just to keep going through 2-2.5 feet of snow, unlike yours LOL. Wait until you get really used to the rider technique on it, put your opposite foot (say right foot on left side) on the very back of the grips, your correct foot swaying waying out, and do some twisties in the deep snow, where you put the front end up and lean it over and shoot right back around. So much fun. Remember if you have to stop in the deep stuff, try to do so going down hill. Good luck man.
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