The MTT-136’s long rectangular form, which resembles a downsized WWI tank, houses the sled’s battery, generator and belt drive system. The sled’s electric system also doubles as a portable electric generator. A hidden plug-in port on the side of the sled allows users access to a 110V system that can be used to power electric tools, lighting, recharge other devices. Martel also shows a.
Just Car News reports that the machine is simply an aluminum box with a tread track attached to it powered by an electric motor. MTT-136 treaded electrical sled is far more awesome than its.
NO MORE SNOW PROBLEMS With The MTT-136 Electric Sled! You heard that right, an electric sled! Most people would simply shrug the idea seeing how popular the current models of snowmobiles are but trust me, this baby will make your day nothing short from amazing. It can run around 28-130 miles on a single battery, all depending on your battery type of course, while the recharge timer for them is.The Innovative MTT-136 is a Treaded Electric Sled For All Seasons! -This amazing machine has numerous uses. As evident in the video, you can do anything from pulling a sled through the snow, to moving a stuck car, to towing logs on warm ground. The whole thing is said to weigh just 280 pounds, and depending on what kind of battery is fitted, you can ride the innovative sled from 28 to 130.MTT-136 treaded electric sled (5:54) Developed by Canadian inventor Yvon Martel, the MTT-136 is quite simple - some batteries and an electric motor turning a tank track. Martel is currently looking for manufacturing partners and distributors. You can comment as a guest, but registering gives you added benefits. Add Comment. Add your comment. Submit as guest (your name) Copy code. Submit as.
Called the MTT-136 (for My Track Technology, and, I can only presume, the 136th iteration), it weighs about 280 pounds and can haul a person or cargo for 130 miles on an eight-hour charge.Read More
Yvon Martel’s MTT-136 electric sled is able to do things that others cannot. Wait until you see it in action!!! By Robert Maggi. 4.003 Advertisement. Snow gives us the opportunity to indulge in a variety of entertaining activities. From building a simple snowman, to downhill skiing, to performing spins on a snowboard, the pleasure is so great that we want snow all year round! Another.Read More
Ski Doo Snow Vehicles Snow Sled Snow Machine Gyr Terrain Vehicle Snowmobiles Electric Locomotive Chenille MTT-136 treaded electric sled is far more awesome than its name The French Canadians have given us another strange motorized vehicle, this time a tread-based sled called MTT-136.Read More
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Mind Blowing: Amazing MTT-136 Electric Sled Looking like a mix between a snowmobile, a dog sled and a miniature World War I tank, Yvon Martel’s electric creation is nothing if not versatile. Known as the MTT-136, this French Canadian all-terrain, all-electric pulling device is one of those enigmatic all-purpose machines whose appeal ext.Read More
The French Canadians have given us another strange motorized vehicle, this time a tread-based sled called MTT-136. See it in action in our video.Read More
Mar 28, 2017 - Yvon Martel - Canadian inventor Yvon Martel has invented an electric sled called the MTT-136 that uses tank tread-like technology to move. The abbreviation MTT i.Read More
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Created by Yvon Martel, the MTT-136—which stands for My Track Technology—is basically just a tank tread wrapped around electric motors and batteries with a handle sticking out of the back. So.Read More