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Old 02-03-2009, 11:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Any reviews on the USI X2 triple threat Skis. I just ordered a WHITE pair for 359.95. Feedback would be appreciated.
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Old 02-03-2009, 01:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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best ski ever on the pro-x, I've had slydogs, powder pros, c&a, and stockers... the USI X2's are the BEST all-around by far... i used the stg 2 fins and they rail in the turns, less darty than the others (except the slydogs, but they didn't turn well on the pro-x) and work surprisingly well as a boondocking ski... money well spent, you'll love 'em
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Old 02-03-2009, 09:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Any reviews on the USI X2 triple threat Skis. I just ordered a WHITE pair for 359.95. Feedback would be appreciated.[/b]
Where did you get them??
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Old 02-04-2009, 07:32 AM   #4 (permalink)
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eBay Store:KSI ENTERPRISES 920-788-0220 Can't wait to try them out. I called them direct and ordered them. He has ordered Polaris ski mounts for them. The entire kit for $359.95 Includes:2 - WHITE X2 TRIPLE THREAT SKI'S

2 - STAGE 1 POWER FIN KIT

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1 - SET OF 6" SHAPER BAR CARBIDE MADE BY STUDBOY
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eBay Store:KSI ENTERPRISES 920-788-0220 Can't wait to try them out. I called them direct and ordered them. He has ordered Polaris ski mounts for them. The entire kit for $359.95 Includes:2 - WHITE X2 TRIPLE THREAT SKI'S

2 - STAGE 1 POWER FIN KIT

2 - SKI MOUNTS

1 - SET OF 6" SHAPER BAR CARBIDE MADE BY STUDBOY[/b]

Post up some pictures when you get hem on! Would like to see how they look on the prox.
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Got them on my IQ and love them. My buddy has them on his 700 Dragon and they are kick ass. My guess is they would work great on a Pro-X.
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Old 02-07-2009, 02:50 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Got them on my IQ and love them. My buddy has them on his 700 Dragon and they are kick ass. My guess is they would work great on a Pro-X.[/b]
Thanks for the reply's. Sounds like they should be nice. I will post some pics. after Presidents Day weekend.
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Old 02-07-2009, 08:52 PM   #8 (permalink)
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got some on my pro xr....man do they bit! takes more effort to turn than that stockers but they turn sooo much better. check this out for pics http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/inde...howtopic=359842 your gonna love em
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i would like to hear from some of the guys running these skis too. i have not been a fan of usi since my px-301's. since then i have been running powder pros and have thought they are the best thing since the second coming of christ. i have a buddies with a phazer and a nytri and thye need skis big time.

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i would like to hear from some of the guys running these skis too. i have not been a fan of usi since my px-301's. since then i have been running powder pros and have thought they are the best thing since the second coming of christ. i have a buddies with a phazer and a nytri and thye need skis big time.[/b]
i've used everything on my pro-x, including the powder pros, the usi triple threats are excellent, the best all-around ski i've ever used on the pro-x
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