What was your intended objective when you started the build?
To have a unique wedge that looked good and performed well.
What motivated you to start your project?
Iv always been a big fan of the wedges and iv owned several over the years. I wanted to build one that was over the top.
What was the most unique and creative thing you did to the sled?
The color combination. Black and polished aluminum.
What are you most proud of?
The outcome. it’s definitely one of a kind.
What do other people say about your sled?
So far everyone loves it. I get lots of compliments and questions about it.
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Submitted by: Bret R
Make, Model & Year: 1998 Polaris RMK 600
Fondly known as: Garage queen
Time spent: Around 2 years
Sled cost: $400
Money spent: About $3000
Engine: Liberty big block 600 twin. Slp torque plate. Slp cheater head with high elevation domes.stock bore. Fresh rebuild with spi pistons.slp torque arm. I'm guessing around 125hp..
Intake: Stock keihins with slp boost bottle. V force reeds. Uni air filters
Exhaust: Slp twins into a single can.
Drivetrain: Tison performance products extended chain case. Wms light weight brake rotor and hub 9 tooth anti ratchet drivers. 156 camoplast 2in track. Holz skid with fox big spring shocks. Slp rain extensions. Yamaha big wheel kit. Clutches set to hp and elevation.
Tunnel/Chassis Modifications: Aftermarket tunnel. Full length cooler. All grade 8 bolts.
Suspension: Brp skis. Fabcraft trailing arms. Aluminum radious rods. Fox clicker shocks with reservoirs.
Brakes: Willwood master cylinder. Custom made brake line. Wms lightweight rotor and hub.
Finish - Paint: Everything was done in black. Either painted or I bought it anodized in black. All of the aluminum was polished.
Accessories: 2 gallon gas can. Extra oil tank. Mesh Hood. Lots of little things.pretty much front to back has been modified or customized.