YAMAHA Prairie Max






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Yamaha Prairie Max 600

Prairie Max 600






       16-02, 14-11, 14-06, 13-17

Our Premium 600cc
97 HP Snowmobile

-Responsive....this twin is equipped with Yamaha's Smart Carb technology that automatically compensates for temperature and elevation.
-That makes this sled as responsive, as a fuel injected sled but not as expensive.
-This model even has an Ethanol/ Regular fuel switch.

Equipped with a 136  track, this 136" x 1.5" paddle track this Yamaha is very versatile.  Out on the trail she is warm, and with the wide SX front suspension is very stable and can provide some decent lake speed!

Did we mention that our Prairie Max runs like a top in any temperature.

  • Warm snowmobiles that have an actual cowling, windscreen and some mass between you and the elements. We don't control the Weather, so the benefits of our snowmobiles would not be obvious until you take the time to think! This fleet of Yamahas are equipped to deal with all kinds of weather.

  • Raised handlebars with handlebar hooks, make the bars wider for better Ergonomics, for leverage and a higher position for standing, so you can change your riding position safely.

  • Our 600 Trail Breaker is equipped with a 1 3/4" x 136" light weight track for that little extra floatation should she follow up the pack with extra fuel of supplies.

  • Not just performance precise handling skis, but these models incorporate the latest DUALLY or WOODYS dual carbide ski runners, expensive, however the results, when you encounter a rutted trail is just astonishing. On a lighter sled you would think that we've added power steering. (a new snowmobile feature for 2011 on a $17,000.00 machine)

  • Skid Plates on all our sleds just because, a skid plate will absolutely minimize damage, like a shark bite only different!

  • They also have electric gas gauges and electric plugs for heated visors, more of our customers are showing up with their own helmets which are with heated visors, a couple customers bring just the heated visor and attach it to our helmets!

  • These sleds are also equipped with a hatchet and a bow saw just in case your trail is blocked with some light dead fall, or you decide to do the outdoors BBQ.

  • What does she weight?


  • These models are all equipped with the long travel smooth riding suspensions.

  • Yamaha designed these models by pushing the envelope, and industry standards with a wide stable 42"+ center to center ski stance.


  • The front suspension has 9 full inches of travel.


  • The fully coupled rear suspension has a full 11.5" of vertical travel, not a deceiving pivoting travel measurement.


The rigid but lightweight DELTA BOX, DIE CAST,  flat handling, aluminum chassis that has supported over a 100 models, a whole generation of good snowmobiles, until the very recent 4 stroke chassis changes.

  • We equip all of our sleds with mandatory cross country skidplates.

  • True One finger hydraulic disk brakes.

  • Great Ergonomics, handle bars that steer from a point closer to the shoulder than the waist, and foot rests where you can lock in with your toes, for a secure ride.

  • Easy to pull throttle, heated grips and heated throttle that are still the envy of the industry.

  • These models are also equipped with warm full height windshields.


  • Other modifications that we have made, involve changing the front end to one from an aggressive riding "SX" model as pictured below.

An original SX Yamaha pictured here

Prairie Max

  • You could say that by combining the wide better handling front end with the aggressive 136 track and rear skid (which is absolutely the borderline to run on the occasional groomed trail, we have created a Prairie Max out of a Mountain Max!

Wide better handling front end.

A good looking sled...

...from any angle!

Aggressive 136 foot print.