Is there a 4 stroke snowmobile?
Four-stroke snowmobile engines are perceived to offer better fuel economy, smoother and quieter operation and more reliability than a two-stroke. … We ran the Arctic Cat Z1, Polaris IQ Turbo Dragon, Ski-Doo MX Z 1200 TNT and Yamaha FX Nytro side by side to see how the four mid-weight performance four-strokes compare.
What is the fastest 2 stroke snowmobile?
The Yamaha Sidewinder SRX LE is ready to defend its title as the world’s fastest production snowmobile. With the heart of a Genesis 998 Turbo and specially calibrated iQS, electronically controlled suspension, the SRX is sure to get you to the end of the lake first!
What’s better 2 stroke or 4 stroke snowmobile?
2-stroke – 4-stroke is great for an on-trail sled. It’s a more expensive engine up-front but requires less maintenance and will last longer. … A 2-stroke engine consumes oil but is more affordable, snappier, and weighs considerably less than a 4-stroke. However, the 2-stroke will require a bit more maintenance.
Is 6000 miles alot for a snowmobile?
There are lots of forums out there to read which models are good and which ones give trouble. 2000 miles isn’t a lot but on some motors that milage will make it a time bomb. I’ve seen 6000 mile sleds look better than 1000 mile ones. It all depends on previous owner just like anything else.