Ski-Doo Mini Z

Control and Suitable Power Sure to Attract Novice Riders

Story by Snowmobile.com Staff, Oct 11, 2007
 
 

Ski-Doo’s foray into the youth market begins with the Mini Z.

The 120cc, 4stroke engine should provide enough power to keep a young rider interested, while the 154-pound (dry weight) allows the sled to be easily controlled.

Up front is an independent A-arm suspension with three inches of travel, while the back provides six inches of travel.

To keep the beginner safe, the Mini Z comes equipped with a tether cord and controlled speed.

The sled comes in classic Ski-Doo yellow and uses the Mini Rev platform. The windshield is low-profile for a sporty look and the seat is designed for smaller riders.

The track is 10 inches wide and 69 inches long with a lug height of .63 inches. The tank holds one gallon of fuel.

Standard Features
 
-Mini REV platform
-3-inch travel front suspension
-6-inch travel rear suspension
-10 x 69 x .63-inch track
-Low profile windshield
-Mini seat
-Tether cord

Specs

Engine: 120 four-stroke
Colour:  Yellow
Platform:  Mini REV
Front Suspension:  A-arm Mini Z
Front Shocks:  Mini Z
Rear Suspension:  Mini Z
Rear Shocks:  Mini Z
Drive Pulley:  Comet
Brake:  Mechanical
Dry Weight:  154 lbs./70 kg
Track Width: 10 in / 254 mm
Track Length:   69 in / 1749 mm
Fuel:  1 US gal./1.8 L
Oil Capacity:  1 US gal./0.6 L
Handlebars:  Mini
Windshield:  Low
Skis:  Steel