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New Swedish Sled

#1 Post by john » Mon Dec 18, 2006 7:57 am

The design is now ready: orange and black, as a tribute to the Ockelbo snowmobiles. This will be what SnoWolverine’s future Swedish snowmobiles will look like.

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[albumimg]511[/albumimg]


http://www.wolverine.se/en/index2.htm



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#2 Post by YamahaMountain » Mon Dec 18, 2006 9:13 pm

Different, I can't go the the site over here to read up on it some more but I'll check it out when I get back.
What is the MSRP on it and who makes the engine in that beast?


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#3 Post by john » Tue Dec 19, 2006 7:17 am

A bit spendy I think @ 12 G's for the 600 and 14 G's for the 1000.

SNOWOLVERINE 598 ES

Engine
Type: 2-cyl., water-cooled,2-stroke
Volume: 598 cc
Exhaust system: 2-1
Effect/revolution: 105 HP

Chassis
Tunnel: Carbon fibre/steel
Front carriage: A2-RR*
Suspension, front: Öhlins
Displacement, rear: 240 mm
Bogie: SnoW-RR**
Suspension, rear: Öhlins
Displacement, rear: 325 mm
Type of mat: 38*307*3.2 cm
Skis: Plastic
Track width: 109 cm
Weight with full tank: 225 kg
Colour: Orange/Black/Grey

North American price: USD 11,900


SNOWOLVERINE 1116 ES

Engine
Type: 2-cyl., water-cooled, 4-stroke
Volume: 1,116 cc
Exhaust system: 2-1
Effect/revolution: 120 HP

Chassis
Tunnel: Carbon fibre/steel
Front carriage: A2-RR*
Suspension, front: Öhlins
Displacement, front: 240 mm
Bogie: SnoW-RR**
Suspension, rear: Öhlins
Displacement, rear: 325 mm
Type of mat: 38*307*3.2 cm
Skis: Plastic
Track width: 109 cm
Weight with full tank: 245 kg
Colour: Orange/Black/Grey

North American price: USD 13,850

Another view, from the side, short seat :)


[albumimg]512[/albumimg]

You can book a test ride, in Sweden, would be fun to see how it handled.



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#4 Post by john » Tue Dec 19, 2006 7:26 am

OK, someone correct me here.

It says the track is 109 CM, I assume that is centimeter, 109 CM = 42.9 inches ??



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#5 Post by YamahaMountain » Tue Dec 19, 2006 5:18 pm

No I think your right john, that is a very wide track.


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#6 Post by CarolinaDoo » Tue Dec 19, 2006 7:54 pm

42" inches wide? Seems a bit wide to me....could you imagine straddling that!!! I'm long legged, but not bow legged!!!



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#7 Post by YamahaMountain » Tue Dec 19, 2006 9:53 pm

I don't think anyone makes a track that wide, its probably a typo on the web site. LOL


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#8 Post by CarolinaDoo » Tue Dec 19, 2006 10:59 pm

Thats what I was thinking too. Looking at the pictures, it doesnt look any wider that any other sled.



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#9 Post by john » Wed Dec 20, 2006 5:27 am

Got to be a typo, looking at the guy sitting on it there's just no way it's 42" course if it was that would be one hel- of a trail breaker :) Take a mile wide flat to turn it though.



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