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Posted On: 1/10/2017

When it comes to your snowmobile, control is nothing without good traction and the biggest contributor to traction is your track.

With so many different profiles on the market you can really fine-tune the performance of your sled to best match the riding discipline you like most.

Until recently, your choice from whom you bought your replacement track from was pretty limited, that is until Composit entered the market.

Composite tracks are roughly two-thirds the price of the competition and offer a wide variety of lengths, pitch layout and design.

Since 2008 Composit has increased its focus on North America and has continued to bring high quality, lower priced sled tracks to market with a performance focus, claiming they make tracks for riders, by riders.

Now just because this company claims the top spot for bottom dollar pricing doesn't mean you're buying yesterday's technology. Take for example the Tallon 32 1.25 inch pre-studded track. Currently offered only in the USA, the Tallon 32 is made of high strength materials to withstand the rigors of top end speed across frozen lakes.

The aggressive angled lug profile has outstanding stability for improved handling, acceleration and braking. Talon 32 which offers versatile and dynamic driving characteristics is highly recommended for aggressive riders who ride or race on snow covered terrain and hard pack conditions.

For those who prefer to play off the beaten path the Tallon 38 is a 1.5 inch lug that is offered in lengths ranging from 121 inch all the way up to 151 inch.

We recently installed a Composit Tallon 38 track on our 2017 Arctic Cat ZR 137 800 sled. The goal of the project was to increase the off-trail capability of the ZR 137 in the deep stuff.

With an asymmetrical lug layout this 1.5 inch deep track gives impressive traction in deep snow situations, while still staying trail-able. Extra reinforcement to the outer lugs give a strong shoulder and reduce track tears while also increasing outer bite for both acceleration and braking.

What's best, the track only costs $519 USD, which is a real bargain for anyone wanting to switch up the track profile of their sled to better compliment their riding style and discipline.

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383 FXR M R1 PRO LAMINATE JACKET 17 Monday, March 20, 2017
382 Pro Point Micro Stubby Air Impact Wrench Monday, March 13, 2017
380 LEGEND ZX-2R 2-STROKE OIL Sunday, February 26, 2017
379 SPOT GEN 3 SATELLITE MESSENGER Tuesday, February 21, 2017
378 Woody's Navigator Ski Protector Monday, February 13, 2017
377 Marlon Xplore Pro Sled Deck Monday, February 06, 2017
376 FXR HEATED TRANSFER GLOVE Sunday, January 22, 2017
375 Woody's Ease of Installation Tools Monday, January 16, 2017
374 COMPOSIT TRACKS Tuesday, January 10, 2017
373 POG: PERSONAL OZONE GENERATOR Tuesday, January 03, 2017
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