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  1. #26
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    The Jag...

    complete with a rack!


  2. #27
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    I 2nd GoNads on the sled to get,
    but i just got a new 800 Xp 154 and looking at the togwotee snotel I might get to use it tomorrow. Maybe i will have some picks then! Yee Haw

  3. #28
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    Ours...



    Ski-doo 800/151 Highmark X package with a number of mods.
    Racks are by x-rack ( http://www.x-rack.com/ ), out of Utah.
    Last edited by AlpenChronicHabitual; 10-21-2008 at 07:09 PM.

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    The more I am learning, the more I am inclined to go with and recommend the Arctic Cat M's. Riding stance and fit and finish is not quite as nice as the SkiDoo's, but the engine just seem to be WAAAAY more reliable. Of course everyone has stories of any sled being a total nightmare as much as people have stories of running anything for thousands of miles without incident.

    Seems to me though, that AC continues to dial in their design while SkiDoo changes constantly to stay at the forefront. That's cool, but their R&D department seems to consist of their customers.

    That said, here's my wicked sick Peak Slayer 800 (did anyone else read that? Hilarious):



    And my Peak Slayer 1000 in action last season:

    Last edited by Dside11-11; 10-21-2008 at 06:54 PM.
    Chocolate? This is doodoo, BABY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ireallyliketoski View Post
    I'm thinking about buying a sled this year, what kind should I get?
    ^^^^^^^

    What the others have said, with an added comment.
    If you go onto snowest.com and check out the ski-doo forum, is seems to be accepted by most that the 2006 Rev models had the least amount of issues.
    Some earlier models (04/05) had issues with rings, and the 07 model came stock with clutching issues...
    Last edited by AlpenChronicHabitual; 10-21-2008 at 07:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ireallyliketoski View Post
    I'm thinking about buying a sled this year, what kind should I get?
    Like I've said 100 times. Buy an older RMK, then you can have a grand ol' time on it and when you crash it into a tree you wouldn't absolutely destroy your sled. You can fix it cheap and buy a new sled when you're more comfortable on your sled.

  7. #32
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    Our antiques patiently awaiting snow.





  8. #33
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    I've had a couple 03 RMK 800's and they're pretty bomb-proof and cheap to fix. Although the newer rev platforms are a billion times easier to ride.

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    this sweet video came from BLURREDELEVENS skiing blog! you and your bros are killing it!!


  11. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlpenChronicHabitual View Post
    ^^^^^^^

    What the others have said, with an added comment.
    If you go onto snowest.com and check out the ski-doo forum, is seems to be accepted by most that the 2006 Rev models had the least amount of issues.
    Some earlier models (04/05) had issues with rings, and the 07 model came stock with clutching issues...
    The clutch manufacturer switched the specs on brp without telling them, they warrantied all clutches, so it's no longer a problem.... the new REVXP's have bigger issues than that. I know 3 people who didn't ride much lasts season because their new rig was in the shop more than they were out riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dside11-11 View Post
    That said, here's my wicked sick Peak Slayer 800 (did anyone else read that? Hilarious):



    And my Peak Slayer 1000 in action last season:

    Here's the inspiration for that piece (the 800 for sale w/ shock issue):


  13. #38
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    My new (to me) sled AC KC900 162"

    And my Summit 670x


    Sooo stoked to get out and BRAAAPPP!!
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    You get that 670 right yet? You are the only person I have heard have bad luck with one of those. Sick King Cat.
    Chocolate? This is doodoo, BABY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dside11-11 View Post
    You get that 670 right yet? You are the only person I have heard have bad luck with one of those. Sick King Cat.
    Rebuilt top end on it, didn't crack the bottom end. Some metal possibly
    slipped into the bottom end, which would get in the bearings eventually and screw it up. Runs wicked strong right now.
    Not sure what I'm going to do with it.

    Also, that offer for that 98 Powder Special still stands. My buddy lives in Eagle, so you'd have to go there to pick it up.

    Let's hope it dumps somewhere around here soon. I'm dying to get out.
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    That king cat will be a little more your size and style. You kinda looked like a monkey fucking a football on that little 670.

    Do you know if the Pow Special is a 600EFI? Reverse? Still down. Would love to get reverse.
    Chocolate? This is doodoo, BABY!

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    H-Wood - are you the jaded local? If so, brilliant!
    Chocolate? This is doodoo, BABY!

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    I'll ask him tomorrow.
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    I'm just a jaded local. The true Jaded Local lives inside each and every one of us, like The Spirit of Christmas
    or herpes.

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    Sick dudes.

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    2004 900 M1 EFI

    Its up for sale if anyone is interested

    Left Handed Throttle, Riser Bars, Skis, 1600mi the rest is stock

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    Just bought my first sled, '97 Summit 500. Stoked! (pics to follow once i acquire the hardware to actually pick it up...).

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    My Montana has an East Infection

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainman View Post
    Such sick sleds. May have to meet you up in Montucky this Winter.
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    I need to sell my condo. Then I'll be able to sled wit' ya, brett.

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