Yamaha Mountain Max 700 - $6,995 (Anchorage)

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vehicle type: snowmobile
condition: like new
odometer: 800
size / dimensions: 151 x 2 inch
I have a 2002 Yamaha Mountain Max 700 with 800 miles on the clock. I rebuilt the motor at 300 miles with a Peak Performance Billet aluminum Head and Sent the cylinders off to get ported and polished along with SLP triple pipes and V Force 3 reed Valves and spacers to make it around 150 HP. I also put a Mountain Performance Deep Snow 151 Track kit on it with Ohlin's on the front and KYB coil overs in all four corners. I have all of the stock peace's too. The Track is a Camso Camoplast Challenger Snowmobile Track that was 4 pounds lighter than the stock 141 track. I put a new Boss seat on it in 2018 that was 5 inches taller than the stock one made it like I was sitting on one of these new Sleds. It has been in a full enclosed trailer it's hole life. It is as new as you can get and you can pick it up and move it. It weighs around 500 pounds . I have Evans High Performance Coolant in it instead of the regular green coolant. This coolant last ten years for seasonal vehicles and boils at 345 degrees and reg does 250 and boils over. I have all the stock seat shocks mufflers and head pipe and stock cylinder head. The Snow Machine has never been rolled over and is beautiful blue with a silver tunnel. The 2000 MM700 had the blue Top and Tunnel that doesn't look right and came with a glass head light and the 2001 and newer came with the new tunnel and new headlight. I can't remember the rest but look at them and you will see the better one. The Mountain Viper was the new bad machine that came out in 06 when the last year of the MM was 05. Thanks Call me at show contact info I am Mike. I don't have a trailer to take it any where and it is in the shed and it is in the snow but if you want it anything can be arranged. There are alot of little after market peace's that I have put on that make it all work better. There is a 1.5 inch billet aluminum handle bar rise that doesn't transfer vibrations that would go through the handle bars and go to you arms. This rise makes a big difference and with all of the polyurethane bushing that all of the aftermarket peace's came with. This snow machine doesn't have any play in the steering or any loose fasteners. This machine is tight and right. It works perfect and it sounds like a like a Lexus LFA race car. I also had a set of Helmet, Jacket, all matching snow pants and boot and a bag to put it all in. Gloves and Hats. show contact info Mike

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