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Old 03-08-2012, 08:06 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I am interested in the 600 ACE engine, having a hard time deciding between a 2012 MXZ TNT 600 ACE and the 2013 MXZ Sport ACE
I see the only difference being the shocks. What is the differenece and will I really notice anything.

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Well I am going to pick my 2012 MXZ TNT Ace up next week and it was a no brainer for me to decide seeing that Doo for 2013 is only offering in the sport. See the 2013 only has the 1 inch track and non rebuildable shocks in the Sport,and the 2012 MXZ TNT you can rebuild. Guess I like the painted tunnel also. Should be good for trail riding for me sometimes and the wife and anybody else that comes to our place to ride sometimes. Shoot I have a 2012 1200 MXZ X now but who knows this sled might just satisfy me. Still going to keep the 1200 for out of the hole FIX.
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Old 03-08-2012, 10:38 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well I am going to pick my 2012 MXZ TNT Ace up next week and it was a no brainer for me to decide seeing that Doo for 2013 is only offering in the sport. See the 2013 only has the 1 inch track and non rebuildable shocks in the Sport,and the 2012 MXZ TNT you can rebuild. Guess I like the painted tunnel also. Should be good for trail riding for me sometimes and the wife and anybody else that comes to our place to ride sometimes. Shoot I have a 2012 1200 MXZ X now but who knows this sled might just satisfy me. Still going to keep the 1200 for out of the hole FIX.
Looking at buying one for the wife and kids. Some of the places we go are shy of gas..it would be a great rig for that...I would probably take it myself once in a while... Still have the arm stretching torque with the other rigs I own.. Really depends on your style, the group your runnig with, and where you are going on any given day.
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Old 03-15-2012, 06:14 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Bought the TNT ACE the other day, for the family. Good deals on leftovers and 3 years warrranty too!! Looks like a nice sled... may not get any break in miles til next winter...

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Well I am going to pick my 2012 MXZ TNT Ace up next week and it was a no brainer for me to decide seeing that Doo for 2013 is only offering in the sport. See the 2013 only has the 1 inch track and non rebuildable shocks in the Sport,and the 2012 MXZ TNT you can rebuild. Guess I like the painted tunnel also. Should be good for trail riding for me sometimes and the wife and anybody else that comes to our place to ride sometimes. Shoot I have a 2012 1200 MXZ X now but who knows this sled might just satisfy me. Still going to keep the 1200 for out of the hole FIX.
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Old 03-15-2012, 11:33 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Bought the TNT ACE the other day, for the family. Good deals on leftovers and 3 years warrranty too!! Looks like a nice sled... may not get any break in miles til next winter...
Congrats on the new sled, still good to go up north if you leave now you'de be riding in the morning.
I just found on line the Doo dealer down you're way in Dartmouth has a 2012 Renegade 600ACE in the show room. There could be an Ace in my future...
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I was in the Dartmouth store that morning,then bought one in New Glasgow that afternoon. They will compete on prices...bought in New Glasgow because it was closer to me. They have an ACE renegade on the floor in New Glasgow also. My TNT was still in the crate.

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Congrats on the new sled, still good to go up north if you leave now you'de be riding in the morning.
I just found on line the Doo dealer down you're way in Dartmouth has a 2012 Renegade 600ACE in the show room. There could be an Ace in my future...
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Bought the TNT ACE the other day, for the family. Good deals on leftovers and 3 years warrranty too!! Looks like a nice sled... may not get any break in miles til next winter...
Well nice to see you picked one up. Sure you are going to like the sled. I see 2013 has the black hood and console. Might just change mine out come this next winter. Time will tell. Huh maybe the black hood and console will make it go faster.
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Default congrats on the ACE.

Putting my wifes away for the summer this weekend Should have bought it sooner would have over a 1000 mi on it. But the 500+ she did ride it was awesome.
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Old 10-11-2012, 08:09 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Just purchased two 2012 TNT Ace machines from Jackman Power Sports. Winter can't come soon enough. Also purchased a new trailer from Pro-Line. Had no problems selling my enclosed steel trailer and my 2007 MXZ's.
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Old 12-11-2012, 09:58 PM   #19 (permalink)
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