I’m really impressed with the handling, hoping for more snow tonight so i can try full speed
Is that baja yours? Damn, you must have some deep pockets!
When you try it wide open, do it in a wide open area please…
yea its mine, its a G3 and over 2 years old, I guess I do have different priorities to most the car i own is junk lol
I never normally go fast in places like this, I really did expect to be testing my new knees as I went round that first corner
As a rule when I’m not offroad I’m in low speed mode, Baja’s weight could cause real damage to parked cars/people.
I never tried mine in the snow yet but sounds quite interesting
have some spare belts handy! and don’t go to deep, but you get much more grip than you’d expect
Also have somewhere to sit the board somewhere to dry out.
Hi @sk8l8r, why some spare belts, does they break easily?
I broke my first belt in > 2 years in deep snow (more than 2ft) I was trying to push it a little lol
So I guess I don’t need spare belt yet, and with 4 motors, I should still be able to come back home
yea I didn’t even notice it snapped till the next day, I did stretch my rear ones a little and needed to re position the motors, really make sure you have a place for it to dry after - an ice encrusted soaking wet dirty bajaboard not something you want to try and move around your home, I use blankets, radiator and trays to catch all the water
BTW I use these if I’m out for more than 10mins in snow
I can vouch for Keis gear being toasty(on motorbike) if you can live with an extra draw ‘Current Draw 7A’, just need a 12v power source
They make heated insoles https://www.keisapparel.co.uk/product/keis-x300-heated-insoles/
If you’re a real snowmonster & if you own a Baja, well… you can afford it