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Old 03-16-2016, 08:38 PM   #21 (permalink)
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. Does it make those #'s in production units? Time will tell.
1st yr for sure power numbers will be close to what is out of the bag now.
after 1st yr they will dial back.
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Pretty badass two stroke numbers. If it's reliable, that will be a big time winner. They just raised the bar.
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Old 03-16-2016, 10:20 PM   #24 (permalink)
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So no ctec-2 at 800 and cat will just go to 900?
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So no ctec-2 at 800 and cat will just go to 900?
3 holer 600 would = 900 game changer. It's that simple! Why aren't they doing it?
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Impressive numbers. If it stays together they'll have an absolute winner.
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Doo says it's as reliable as a 4 stroke. Time will tell if that's true. But for now the bar has definitely been raised.
I might buy as reliable as a Phazer 4 stroke, but not the 40,000 miles plus some of the 4 strokes can manage. Still if they manage to hit Phaser numbers, that would be impressive for a 2 stroke.
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I might buy as reliable as a Phazer 4 stroke, but not the 40,000 miles plus some of the 4 strokes can manage. Still if they manage to hit Phaser numbers, that would be impressive for a 2 stroke.
I think doo said its good for 19000 miles. But the stress put on motors in the real world, I think most would be happy if 2 strokes would just last 8000 miles.
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3 holer 600 would = 900 game changer. It's that simple! Why aren't they doing it?
Please bring back the baby zirt! My all time favorite sled. Rode like shit, but damn it was fun to open up across the lake.
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Please bring back the baby zirt! My all time favorite sled. Rode like shit, but damn it was fun to open up across the lake.
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