I was just wondering on what everyone thinks of redline snowmobiles.
Here are a couple of things that came to mind as I was looking at the
1. Snowflap - Considering the rear exit of the track and seat design .
The mounting of a snow flap on this model would be challenging to say
the least. I would not want to be the poor bastard riding behid this
sucker. Although it would look cool with a 50 foot rooster tail coming
from it in the mountains
2. Storage - With the seat design in current form, it allows no room
for storage of the smallest items. Mounting a set of saddle bags would
be scary as well considering the location of the dual exhaust under
the seat and the lack of full running boards for a second mount point.
3. No Rear Bumper - The idea of wrapping your hands around the exhaust
to manhandle the sled when stuck is not too appealing.
4. No Front Bumper - I would hate to ruin the beautiful bodywork on
this baby trying to turn it around if you were unfortunate and had no
5. The Seat - Seat looks like it doesn't have enough stuffing to pad
your ***for a long day of trail riding.
Other than that, I think the sled is a huge leap foward and a serious
motivator for the rest of the manufacturer's. The design is beautiful
and flows very well. The four stroke concept is exciting.....look how
far the motorcycle industry has brought their powerplants in a short
amount of time.
Not too long ago Fast Industries developed a long travel and
revolutionized the rest of the market. Ad Boivin developed a single
swingarm and SKI-DOO liked it so much they bought the technology.
Could Redline Snowmobiles do this again? Who knows, but change for
the most part is a good thing.
Let me know what you think....I know this is the first sled I've been
truly e***d about in a long time. I've owned Yamaha's, Cat, SKI-DOO
and Polaris sleds and after a while their all the same.
It's time for some revolution and evolution.
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