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    I agree. I also liked the early 2000's Yamaha...

    I agree. I also liked the early 2000's Yamaha Vipers. A little heavy but the triple sounds sweeeeeet. I never heard of any major problems with them and know of a few still running around with 6-7000...
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    https://vimeo.com/117246788 And how about a...

    https://vimeo.com/117246788

    And how about a super short video of the weekend as well
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    https://www.tetongravity.com/images/ci-images/3859...

    https://www.tetongravity.com/images/ci-images/38591/dsc_0084_(2)__forum.jpg

    https://www.tetongravity.com/images/ci-images/38591/dsc_0099_(2)__forum.jpg

    Lets bump this up
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    XP is definitely a worthy chassis, just different...

    XP is definitely a worthy chassis, just different than others of the time so it seems like people who didn't own one didn't like them because they could never get used to the extreme rider forward...
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    Smoke em if you got em. It'll be funner than...

    Smoke em if you got em. It'll be funner than walking
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    How long have you been waiting to sneak that name...

    How long have you been waiting to sneak that name drop in a comment?

    In reality though from all the flicks I've seen Keith is an insane rider and looks like one hell of a mechanic to go along with...
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    Yup tethers are a must as well. A sled track may...

    Yup tethers are a must as well. A sled track may as well be a chainsaw if you're stuck near it with the throttle pinned open. I've also seen sleds roll down a hill without the rider and be perfectly...
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    Your right hand should be on the handlebar when...

    Your right hand should be on the handlebar when you're sidehilling on the left side anyways so you should never need a lefty throttle. They are dangerous and unnecessary.
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