Right Thru The Water

Jesse U.
2,153 Views 1 decade ago

I never knew a snowmobile could go thru the water like that. Was it because of his speed or are they designed to float for a bit?

23 Comments
  • shiver February 11, 2006

    Genius.

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  • yokiti February 11, 2006

    I believe that is all speed and balance.

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  • simon154 February 11, 2006

    Well speed does come into play when doing this but its mainly because of the catterpillar track on the back its covered in little fins for grip and upon entering the water with enugh speed they start to act like mini paddles pushing the nutter ontop of it along the surface. You gotta keep the nose up though or it will power you down into the lake.

    I had a go at this once and i fucked it up royally i nearly broke me fucking back.

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  • guyschips1 February 11, 2006

    or maybe the water was somewhat frozen?

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  • jrshabadoo February 11, 2006

    hydroplane....look it up

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  • metallicalover February 11, 2006

    You are correct jrshabadoo

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  • metzger February 11, 2006

    I've seen it done in warm weather conditions so forget the frozen part. It requires a modded snowmobile, practice, and speed-thats it. It can be done a lot longer than what was shown there, turning in water etc...

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  • metallicalover February 11, 2006

    I noticed he had his weight all the way back to keep the front end up

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  • genericduck February 11, 2006

    actually, i've seen snowmobiles actually ride IN the water,..... turning, and doing everything a jetski could do. The only bad part is, once they stop, they sink.

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  • troll_de_norte February 12, 2006

    yeah, u have to be going fast enough and have only a little stretch of water..

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  • redlinerider February 12, 2006

    There was a video like this on Maximum Exposure where they would do this a lot. Only problem was there was a bottleneck in the lake to get to the dock and they freekin crashed.(One dude, he had a mullet, which they emphasized. He was a total hillbilly)

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  • sanfordsarpie February 12, 2006

    gay

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  • canukcop February 12, 2006

    Been there, done that. People do little stretches of water like this with regular snowmobiles. There are also 1/4 mile tracks which require modded snowmobiles.

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  • username2 February 12, 2006

    While back somebody went 15miles on water on a snowmobile. He went out then turned it around and came back. I think he made it, if he didn't WTF!

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  • naughty_samara February 12, 2006

    AWESOME!!!! FUCKIN A MAN!!!!I LOVE SHIT LIKE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  • pablosdog February 12, 2006

    I used to live in cold weather but now I haven't seen a snowmobile in 10 months. Hurray for me!!!

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  • jimnkristy February 12, 2006

    Fuckin idiots. Hes goin a hundred. hed glide over the fuckin grand canyon. I cant believe you guys are having this discussion. What a bunch of fuckin wangs!

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  • looney February 12, 2006

    My 10 year old daughter can do that with both hands tied behind her back and whistling dixie.Even stones float on water when u toss them right

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  • manguba February 12, 2006

    briliant man

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  • kub February 13, 2006

    iwausa.org/pages/IWA%20main/index.htm

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  • bigcack February 13, 2006

    What simon said is right, the tracks on the snowmachine propell the water, as long as you don't dip the skis or nose under OR stop...you'll be fine. You don't even need mods, the mods just make it lighter and less prone to stall out.

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  • jacksonsguilty February 13, 2006

    Pretty sweet

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  • buddernutts February 22, 2006

    try base jumping

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