Get more out of your Renegade with the right accessories
To help you take your Ski-Doo Renegade to the next level, we’ve found some of the best available accessories and upgrades for your consideration.
Looking for accessories and upgrades to deck out your Ski-Doo Renegade with? We’ve discovered some excellent additions to your snowmobile that are worth checking out.
Ride On Cover (ROC) System
If your Ski-Doo Renegade is between 129 and 175 inches, this Ride On Cover (ROC) System will fit your snowmobile. We’re big fans of the quick-release buckle system that comes standard with the cover. It’s a cinch to operate your Ski-Doo Renegade while the cover is in place.
Instead of having to take off the cover just to move your vehicle. Simply leave it locked in place and steer with ease. You can even load and unload your snowmobile on or off of a trailer without removing the cover.
This means that you can look forward to your Renegade staying protected while you transport your equipment. This is a big plus in our books, as it provides convenient operation with less hassle to worry about.
Oftentimes, putting a cover on your snowmobile is a lengthy process. It’s aggravating enough having to take it back off just to move your snowmobile from point A to point B. The fact that you can safely move around your Renegade while it remains covered is much appreciated.
The Ride On Cover (ROC) System is a little more expensive than some budget offerings, but you can’t argue with the quality and fit that this unit provides. It looks great, too.
SPI Lower A-arms
If you’re interested in making your Ski-Doo Renegade lighter while also adding strength to a key component, consider investing in the SPI Lower A-Arm. This 4130 Chro-Moly steel part is designed to give your snowmobile greater strength and durability while reducing its overall weight.
It’s the perfect upgrade for your vehicle and will add further value to it, as well. With less weight, you can look forward to easier maneuverability and control while you’re out in the snow. It’s worth noting that you’re going to need to supply your own ball-joints.
SPI Ripper Wearbar and Carbides
SPI makes the list yet again, this time with its Ripper Wearbar and Carbides. You get all of the necessary Nyloc fastening nuts included with this set, ensuring that you’ll have everything you need to successfully upgrade your Ski-Doo Renegade.
The carbide runners are incredibly durable, thanks to their YG13 tungsten construction. You’ll have the peace of mind that your snowmobile is equipped with high-quality components when you’ve finished installing these upgrades.
You get both runners with this set at a price that is commendable. And while you can expect longevity from SPI’s Ripper Wearbar and Carbides, this is further cemented by the fact that they are rust-resistant. You can safely and confidently enjoy the snow without fear of wear and tear from the elements.
If you are looking for a way to improve throttle response and save a bunch of weight, this GGB exhaust is a great place to start.
Designed for Ski-Doo snowmobiles equipped with the 800 E-TEC engine, this muffler offers a straight flow through design and an aggressive exhaust note.
Best of all, fuel and clutching mods are not necessary prior to installation. You simply replace your stock exhaust with this one and you are good to go.
One point of consideration – this is significantly louder than the stock exhaust (+4-6 dB at idle and +10-18 dB under load vs. stock). Make sure it is legal in your area to have a louder machine.
LinQ Fuel Caddy
If you like to ride off the beaten path, carrying some extra fuel with you can be a life saver. This LinQ fuel caddy is designed to fit Ski-Doo snowmobiles with the Rev G4 and Rev XU chassis.
This particular LinQ fuel caddy can carry up to 15 liters/4 gallons of fuel and features a new design for easier pouring. It also allows for a LinQ tunnel bag to stack on top for additional storage.
It is worth pointing out that some customers complain that you need to purchase a shim kit so it will properly fit on the Renegade’s tunnel.
It’s also not exactly cheap, but there is some comfort in buying a Ski-Doo accessory made by the actual manufacturer.
Ski-Doo OEM Stock Low Windshield
No aftermarket product here. This OEM windshield ensures that you get a snug fit on your Ski-Doo Renegade.
We appreciate the attention to detail, as this windshield fits perfectly and is a breeze to install. Once in place, it stays put and is sturdy throughout its use. Its low-profile design ensures that you have plenty of visibility, and yet it provides some protection from the wind and snow while you ride.
The price isn’t bad, either, so you can deck out your Ski-Doo Renegade without putting a big dent in your bank account. The sporty design of this low windshield is the perfect match for the Renegade, too, adding some additional style to your ride.
If you prefer more protection while you ride, taller windshield options are also available and are pretty easy to find.
Ski-Doo Handlebar Grips
Let’s face it, you want to have the best control possible when you’re behind the bars of any vehicle, and a snowmobile is no exception. Worn out grips should be replaced as needed so you can always point your sled where it needs to go.
While there some quality aftermarket grips available, sticking with grips made by the manufacturer means you can’t really go wrong. These replacement Ski-Doo Renegade grips fit a long list of Ski-Doo models, including most Renegades from 2013-2017 model years.
The price for these OEM additions ensures that you’re getting quality you can trust at a cost that you can afford. The all-black design offers a sleek look that doesn’t detract from the rest of your snowmobile.
Ski-Doo Renegade Graphics
While it won’t make your sled go faster or handle better, a graphics kid can certainly make it stand out. The folks at Wholesale Decals offer a huge selection of Ski-Doo Renegade graphics kits that in all sorts of colors to give your sled a new look.
Prices range from $180 to $190 and, with a little time and patience, you can install them yourself.
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