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any snowmobile. i snowmobile in bear valley have a 2002 700 summit 144 but am on the waiting list for an 800 rev.

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Excellent choice on the Rev. IMO they are the best sled you can get.

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I have 3 sleds.

2004 Rev 144 800 HO

2003 Summit 151 800 HO

2000 Summit 151 700

I rode the 151 Rev, but like the way the 144 handles in the trees.

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'01 800 RMK 151 with pipes and clutch work mine

and '02 800 RMK 144 my bro's.

Mine's too hard to turn, I think we're gonna sell our snowmobiles to get quads :thumbsup:

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My first sled was a 2000 Skidoo Summit 700, with a 136" track. I have been riding a Yamaha SX Viper Mountain for two seasons now, probably one more. My dream sled is a Skidoo REV Summit X 1000 that unfortunately goes for $11K. :thumbsup:

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Besides the sleds listed below (I'm running those in snowcross and hillclimbing) I also run a full Modded 800XC and a lay down 1500 triple in drag racing. The 440 is getting bumbed up to a 670 as I type this. We got a new factory 440 on the way. :thumbsup:

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I want to try one of those snowhawk things. They're like a dirtbike for the snow.

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I want to try one of those snowhawk things. They're like a dirtbike for the snow.

Looks like they'd suck in powder, and if one fell over that would really suck. You would be trying to lift a five hundred pound maching while sinking farther into the snow :thumbsup:

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I want to try one of those snowhawk things. They're like a dirtbike for the snow.

I want to try one also! They don't look like much fun in the deep & steep pow based on all the footage I've seen. But they look like lots of fun when the snow is firm!

Snow Hawk Website

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I have a snowhawk dealer right by my house and I really want to try one. Theyre 9 grand though and they need the right conditions to be any fun. By the way Im an avid snowmobile, I have a 02 polaris xc600sp, Im buying a MXZ rev or polaris fusion before the season starts though.

Chris

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All the guys I've talked to about them that have ridden them say deep snow is where they work the best. I guess they climb alright too because of the low weight. I'm planning on renting one this winter, I'll post a ride report when I do.

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