998 Genesis Turbo Engine
The 998 Genesis Turbo Engine is unmatched when it comes to delivering incredible power. Every engine component from intake to exhaust is dedicated to producing uncompromised performance, earning the respect and reputation as the industry’s highest achiever.
YSRC High Performance Clutch System
The YSRC primary and roller secondary clutches are calibrated for durable, cool operation. They efficiently harness and transfer the massive torque produced by the Genesis Turbo to the track, all while minimizing drive belt wear. The primary shifts out aggressively to use all of the power while the roller secondary is quick to back-shift and provides additional ratio through its oversized sheaves for continuous acceleration.
Fox® Zero iQS Shock Package
Fox Intelligent Quick Shift (iQS) shock absorbers are fitted up front and on the rear arm so that the suspension can be adjusted on the fly using the left hand mounted switch on the bars. Compression damping is offered in three settings that range from soft to firm. Once activated, the SCU (suspension control unit), located on the shock body, alters the oil flow within all applicable shocks in less than one second to allow the rider to dial in the suspension feel based on the running conditions. The shock setting is clearly displayed. There are also two drive’ select modes which can be pre-set and held in memory to change the settings in one easy step. Rebound damping is pre-set to control kick-back and ‘packing’ in the rough, regardless of the iQS compression selection.
ARCS Front Suspension
The ARCS front suspension features tall, strong forged alloy spindles and redesigned lightweight upper A-arms. Revised for optimum suspension function and increased ground clearance, the Sidewinder SRX has a more predictable and consistent handling with less chassis roll.
Low Profile SRX 137 Suspension
The SRX utilizes a special suspension calibration with dual rate front shock springs and low preload rear torsion springs to provide a lower ride height through additional suspension ‘sag’. The lower profile enhances top speed performance while keeping the sled level in tight corners. The softer initial spring rates are consequently more progressive, ramping up deeper in the stroke to resist harsh bottoming while full travel is still available when unweighted.