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    Default Bravo modifications?

    I have heard of people modifying the Bravo does anyone know how this is done? is it worth it? another question, I have a trapline in real deep snow country, a tundra can not break trail in my country most times, I got to drive a skandic SWT 800 and a bearcat widetrack both 4 strokes, no question the skandic went thru more snow but I didnt like the fan up front, one stump or rock and it looks like it would be all over, the bearcat went ok, (it had more power than the skandic too) it looked to be built better, any thoughts on these 2 machines?? also anyone have any experince clutching down a summit or raceing type machine? Ive heard guys do that and make them good bush machines?? thanks

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    Default What kind of mods?

    Quote Originally Posted by yukon254 View Post
    I have heard of people modifying the Bravo does anyone know how this is done? is it worth it? another question, I have a trapline in real deep snow country, a tundra can not break trail in my country most times, I got to drive a skandic SWT 800 and a bearcat widetrack both 4 strokes, no question the skandic went thru more snow but I didnt like the fan up front, one stump or rock and it looks like it would be all over, the bearcat went ok, (it had more power than the skandic too) it looked to be built better, any thoughts on these 2 machines?? also anyone have any experince clutching down a summit or raceing type machine? Ive heard guys do that and make them good bush machines?? thanks
    I used to have a Bravo short track when they first came out (1981, I think). I owned it for 16 years, passing it to my wife, then my son. I personally hauled caribou with it as well as logs; used it for ice fishing (easy to put in a truck) and ptarmigan hunting. It never broke down, but I always had to tighten things up because, as a one-lunger, it would vibrate itself to death. I never made any mods either.
    - Easy to pick up
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    - Easy on the gas

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