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Per Vesterberg 

 

 

Is it difficult to pick the tight inside line in a corner or are your carbide runners just worn out and obsolete?

 

 

Don't worry, we have exactly what you need. Our runner range is the widest in the market and has runners to suit all types of driving. There you will find runners for relaxed touring as well as  the most aggressive competition.

 

There are plenty of ways to use your snowmobile. Sometimes you enjoy the sunny winter days with your family driving on groomed trails. Another day you might jump your sport snowmobile over to the bumpy enduro trails of your neighbourhood to test your skills with your friends. The demands on the runners depend largely on the shape of the trails and the way you want to drive on them.

 

  • Leisure runners have low price and light steering. Their users accept a moderate grip but they rank the runner durability high.
  • Work runners are made for serious business. They steer really well while pulling a heavy load on a groomed trail.
  • Sport runners are your choice if you are looking for good grip, stabile steering and good overall balance in fast trail driving.
  • Competition runners have superb grip for those who like tight inside corner lines or use high profile racing tracks.

 


All Totaltek carbide runners are hand made in Finland from the best available materials. The rod itself contains chrome-molybdenum, which gives the steel three times better wear resistance than normal hardware store round steel has. This super strong material makes the carbide wear blanks at both ends of the runner unnecessary. Totaltek carbide runners are gold-anodised and packed in professional level clear plastic packages with easy to use recommendation lists and simple product codes.

 

 

 

DEEP SNOW For driving outside groomed trails

 

 Zero

 

Reliable steering with cheap price.

★★★★★   Price

★★★★☆   Steering response on snow

☆☆☆☆   Steering response on ice

★★★★☆   Lightness of steering

★★★★★   Steering on rocky ground

★★★★★   Durability on stony trail

 

  • Zero name comes from its design which has no carbide blanks at all. This runner model has longer bolts than our other models for the same ski. This is because many customerswant to add an extra plastic skin under the ski to make it wider and stronger.

 

  • 13 mm rod with flat sides, which makes the steering a lot more precise.

 

 

 

 Utility

 

Sharp hard packed snow steering with competitive price.

★★★☆☆   Price

★★★★☆   Steering response on snow

★★☆☆☆   Steering response on ice

★★★★☆   Lightness of steering

★★★☆☆   Steering on rocky ground

★★★☆☆   Durability on stony trail

 

  • New runner type for utility snowmobiles. This runner is a combination of "Touring" runner's economical price and the precise steering of flat side machined bar from "eXtreme". Polaris Gripper and Lynx CTRL skis geta more accurate and responsible steering with the use of this runner.

 

  • 13 mm rod with 5 pieces of 90 degree carbide bites. Total length of carbide is 127 mm.

 

 

 

 Freeride

 

Sharp hard packed snow steering with competitive price.

★★☆☆☆   Price

★★★★☆   Steering response on snow

★★★★☆   Steering response on ice

★★★☆☆   Lightness of steering

★★☆☆☆   Steering on rocky ground

★★★☆☆   Durability on stony trail

 

  • The name Freeride is telling, that this runner model is light to drive, and it also steers well on soft trail. The sides of the runner have been milled flat in order to imprive the grip of steering on soft trail. We tested the Freeride with snowcross- ja enduro drivers using C&A skis and they were immediately attracted to the ease of steering.

 

  • 13 mm rod with 4 pieces of 75 degree carbide bites. Total length of carbide is 130 mm.

 

 

SPORT For sporty driving on trail

 

 Touring

 

Good steering with touring runner price.

★★★★☆   Price

★★★☆☆   Steering response on snow

★★☆☆☆   Steering response on ice

★★★★☆   Lightness of steering

★★★☆☆   Steering on rocky ground

★★★☆☆   Durability on stony trail

 

  • Economical choice for family snowmobiling. Touring snowmobiles need carbide runners for safety on slippery ice coated trails. You can loose control of your vehicle even in low speeds, if you cannot steer it!

 

  • 12 mm rod with 5 pieces of 90 degree carbide bites. Total length of carbide is 127 mm.

 

 

 

 Racing

 

Sharp steering with competitive price.

★★★☆☆   Price

★★★☆☆   Steering response on snow

★★★☆☆   Steering response on ice

★★★☆☆   Lightness of steering

★★☆☆☆   Steering on rocky ground

★★★☆☆   Durability on stony trail

 

  • Our most popular model for sport and competition use. I you are not sure which is best for you, choose Racing. Two out of three customers are buying this model; they cannot be wrong!

 

  • 12 mm rod with 8 pieces of 90 degree carbide bites. Total length of carbide is 204 mm.

 

 

COMPETITION For enduro, snocross and when you have studs in the track

 

 Sprint

 

Sharp and light steering with competitive price.

★★★☆☆   Price

★★★☆☆   Steering response on snow

★★★★☆   Steering response on ice

★★★☆☆   Lightness of steering

★★☆☆☆    kivikossa

★★☆☆☆   Durability on stony trail

 

  • SpriNt is a good compromise between the aggressive steering of snoCross and the light steering of Racing. We recommend this runner for modern snowmobiles with long travel suspension. When the suspension keeps the ski on the ground all the time, the steering works great also with a shorter carbide.

 

  • 12 mm rod with 4 pieces of 75 degree carbide bites. Total length of carbide is 130 mm.

 

 

 

 Snocross

 

Racing level steering with competition runner price.

★★☆☆☆   Price

★★★☆☆   Steering response on snow

★★★★★   Steering response on ice

★★☆☆☆   Lightness of steering

☆☆☆☆   Steering on rocky ground

★★☆☆☆   Durability on stony trail

 

  • Totaltek´s most versatile model for racing and aggressive trail driving. SnoCross is used most likely by an aggressive driver on a hard surfaced trail with an older sled model and a high profile track. SnoCross is also for drivers with studs on the track and perfectly balanced chassis.

 

  • 12 mm rod with 6 pieces of 75 degree carbide bites. Total length of carbide is 195 mm.