A snowmobile brand manufactured by Canada's Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) first to manufacture a Snowmobile, Originally was to be named "Ski-Dog" but followed through with its now-known name which was actually a typo. made the first rider-forward chassis in 2003 with the Rev being unveiled. Rev chassis was Blair Morgans Concept after switching from Arctic Cat to Ski-doo, in 2002. from 2003 to 2011, Ski-Doo built the lightest snowmobile on the market until the new 2012 Arctic Cat was unveiled. from 2010 Ski-Doo has been tailing closely behind Arctic Cat for the Most Horsepower in the 800 twin engines. Dynatest results for 2011 were 155hp for Ski-Doo and 163hp for Arctic Cat
My buddies Ski-Doo 800 E-tec, can't stay up with my Arctic Cat CFR 800. As soon as the light goes green his skis lift and he disappears behind me.
An american made Snowmobile powered by a Suzuki engine. Dubbed the fasted Snowmobiles in Production since the early nineties. Modernly known for having the Industry leading horsepower as the new 800 twin H.O engines produce more power than the Ski-Doo and Polaris 800s, and the Yamaha Apex's 1000 4 cylinder four stroke. After recovering from Bankruptcy in the early 80's they have usually kept ahead with technology, for example, they were the first to build a sled with an aluminum chassis, reducing weight, and first to produce the Wishbone front suspension, eliminating the trailing arms.
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