Ski-Doo’s Skandic series consists of five packages and five engine options.
The four-stroke-powered Super Wide Track (SWT) moves to the Yeti II platform for 2007. The sled has a 24- by 156- by 1.25-inch track. Features include mirrors, a mountain strap, reverse lights and a 2-Up seat.
Built on the GLX chassis, the SUV excels as a deep-snow work machine. It has a liquid-cooled, 600cc two-stroke engine with dual 38mm carburetors.
The Skandic Wide Track (WT) is available with the same engine or a 550cc fan-cooled powerplant. It has a 20-inch-wide track and is also dressed in GLX skin.
The Tundra is the lightest worker bee in the lineup, partially due to its 136-inch track. It’s based on the RF chassis and comes with a 300cc fan-cooled, two-stroke engine or the same 800cc fuel-injected, four-stroke twin as the SWT.
The LT has a 440cc fan-cooled engine and has a 15- by 156- by 1-inch track. One 32mm carburetor delivers fuel.
Front Suspension: Telescopic; Shocks/Travel: Hydraulic/6 inches; Rear Suspension: Articulating Slide; Shocks/Travel: Hydraulic/8.5 inches; Features: An articulating skidframe conforms to the terrain’s irregularities.
600 H.O. SDI:
This is Ski-Doo’s tried-and-true 594cc twin-cylinder engine with semi-direct injection.