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I got to try out the Snowhawk Top Gun 800 today. Gotta say that it sure is a awesome toy for those days in the winter when theres alot of snow... :applause:

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Hey , Why not? If you are snow bound several months a year anyway I say go for it. How much is that thing?

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Hey , Why not? If you are snow bound several months a year anyway I say go for it. How much is that thing?

It's 155 000 SEK (Swedish Kronor), thats about 22 000 dollars. But I guess they are cheaper in the states :lol:

Even in sweden theres not that many days of snow :applause:

This is what it looks like when its not cranked over:

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$22,000...are you serious??? I can't imagine there is a very big market for snowmobiles at 22 G's. That's just crazy!

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I still dont get how that thing stays upright without wheels spinning.

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that is sweet, i live in minnesota and when we get snow it drifts so i think that thing would be really fun

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I still dont get how that thing stays upright without wheels spinning.

Ah it has a track that keeps it going, no different than bike tires

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i think a snowmobile would be funner but thats just my opinion

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its not 22,000, its more like 14,000

As I said, they are probably cheaper where you live. I know motocross bikes are allmost 1/2 the price in the states!

i think a snowmobile would be funner but thats just my opinion

More fun, no, easier to ride, yes. This one is alot lighter than a regular snowmobile and it has one of the most powerfull engines, 142bhp!

I still dont get how that thing stays upright without wheels spinning.

You haveto have the rear end pushin when you corner, that means you haveto open the throttle at the same time as you steer, otherwise it will fall down :applause: In a straight line its much more stable than you can think, almost more stable than a regular snowmobile!

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