I'll start with some of the background for this year with plans, and what sleds we have and will be riding. We should have 3 Matryx Assaults in the fleet all being 850's. Should be cool to compare run quality etc between the three. Also all three have different tracks so that will be cool to test and see all of them together. We have a 1.6" a 1.5" ice storm and a 2" Mine is the 1.5" sled as I want a decent off trail sled but will also be trying to make mine both a trail weapon and good all around off trail sled in average snow. In addition to the Polaris sleds I still have my trusty and favorite 2018 Ski-Doo backcountry X. This sled has been modified to suit my riding and area by having a 42" wide trail sled front end installed. In addition it has XRS (piggy back) shocks, clutching, and gearing done. It's a very fast sled and gives 129/137 850's fits. We also have a 2021 Ski-Doo 900 Turbo on order but it's sounding like we won't be getting it if it shows up I have a tuned ECU for it, gears, and clutching. With that out of the way, I have purchased two barrels of VES oil for the sleds so we should have adequate oil on hand and sticking with the manufacture brand. While I don't necessarily agree the manufacturer oil is the best it makes it much easier to get things fixed under warranty if there is no protest due to oil type. If I had my way I would be burning Amsoil (No I don't need your opinion) Plans for my Matryx are a fresh wrap from ArcticFX. Its designed and going to be very colorful and busy the way I like it. I will be adding Ski-Doo front mounted rail scratchers on it, Dupont Sliders, offset axle with larger rear wheels, and I have some clutching goodies from Dalton to play with to get started.