Do you need routine maintenance performed? We have the capabilities to do most anything that your snowmobile needs. It doesn’t matter which brand you have or what the problem persist, we take care of it for you. Engine repair, clutch rebuilding, suspension service, carb cleaning or any performance modifications you need, will be done in a professional and timely manner, so you don’t miss any riding time. Please call with any questions or to set up an appointment. 🙂
Please print and fill out service repair form below when sending in clutches, shocks or any other part for service to Goodwin Performance
We feel this is a must! Your shocks are a high performance part of your snowmobile and they should be treated this way. It is these shocks that are taking the abuse when you are going over hills, over jumps, and through moguls, not your body. Over time this use causes oil to break down and/or causes seals to go bad, which results in a very “soft” or “flat” feel in ride quality. To prevent this we highly recommend your shocks are serviced approximately every 2000 miles or to manufacturers specifications to maintain the ride you expect. To get your shocks serviced, simply remove them from your snowmobile (reservoirs also) and ship them directly to us. Our basic service includes disassembly, cleaning, inspection, and reassembly with fresh nitrogen and new oil. Any seals, o-rings, wear sleeves, or other parts will be replaced if necessary.
Most shocks are rebuildable. If the shock has an air valve on the body cap, then yes it’s rebuildable. If no air valve is apparent, then the shock most likely cannot be rebuilt. If you are unsure, please call us or snap a pic of the shock and we can let you know.
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Some of the Brands We Service:
- Arctic Cat
- Ski Doo
- Race Tech
- Ryde FX
- Walker Evans
Race setup on shocks is a must! We have over 15 years experience in racing setups to help you get the most out of your sled. Call us today to help! In season service is very quick turn around so you can make it to that next race.
All rebuilds include new seals, oil and nitrogen. We use TECH-SYN seals in all our rebuilds.
SS1-7001 Basic Shock $65.00
SS1-7002 Shock w/Reservoir $70.00
SS1-7003 Shock w/Reservoir & Remote Adjuster $72.00
SS1-7004 Arctic Cross Link System $125.00
SS1-7005 FOX FLOAT X EVOL/RC2 $105.00
SS1-7006 FOX FLOAT EVOL/R $95.00
SS1-7007 FOX FLOAT/2/3 $85.00
SS1-7002UTV UTV/ATV SHOCK $135.00
SS1-7008 FORK REBUILD $95.00 + parts/seals
SS1-7009 Fox Float Mega/Yamaha KYB Mono $85.00
REVALVE CHARGE $25.00 PER SHOCK
$10 LABOR TO REMOVE EXCESSIVE DIRT/DEBRIS
SPRING REMOVAL $2.00 STD SHOCK
SPRING REMOVAL $5.00 M-10/YAMAHA MONO
SHOCK LINE REPLACEMENT $10.00
SHOCK BODY REPLACEMENT $10.00
A 10% discount for 4 or more snowmobile shocks in any one shipment!
CALL or send us your shocks and see the difference!
To complete your engine package we have the capabilities of offering porting, head cutting, boring, re-sleeving and crankshaft repair. For a price quote please call us with your sled model and what service you may need.
We now offer a test and tune service with our stalker ATS system. With this system we can run your sled and make changes and see actual results (good or bad) to see what’s best for your actual application. We can overlay each run, to see actually what is going on and give you a graph to see your improvements. We use this system in all of our Clutch tuning, a must if you want to perform. Call for an appointment today!
After seeing the benefits of the Dynojet Chassis Dyno the last few years, we are now offering a performance service utilizing this “Tool.” Because this an actual “Chassis Dyno” we can see how the entire snowmobile drive train is working right in the shop – no snow required.
The Sled Dyno works by measuring track horsepower, which ultimately is what counts, it shows us not only horsepower, RPM, acceleration vs. time, but the condition of the clutches, complete drive train, and engine. When hooked up, we can evaluate the sleds entire condition, either from routine service or for all out performance development. If you have a problem that can’t be found, a couple runs may produce results showing engine horsepower is low, clutches are worn out, a drive shaft is bent or incorrect gearing. Or for the person with performance in mind, we can monitor track horsepower changes, when installing engine modifications, a clutch kit, or gearing changes, which will pinpoint your gains. We could go on telling the benefits received, but we don’t have the room. 🙂
Make an appointment for your sled and you will see for yourself.
CLUTCH HOW TO VIDEOS & INSTRUCTIONS
2017 SKI-DOO 850 ETEC on Dyno
2017 Ski-Doo 850 ETEC Pdrive Clutch Disassembly
SKI-DOO TRA CLUTCH DISASSEMBLY
SKI-DOO QRS DRIVEN DISASSEMBLY