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Postby Zee » November 15th, 2003, 3:21 am

03 --- 600 Rev Enduro sled, se-up to run the Soo. Speciality built front end. 600 motor with all the goodies. Speed suspenion from Wahl. Needs nothing. $ 20,000.00 or trade for?
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Postby bigdoo » November 15th, 2003, 11:17 am

I also have 03 rev 600 setup for I 500 in the soo put for alot less just the first 19000.00 can have it I will also throw in 1000 yamaha plus free delivery
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Postby xcr rider » November 16th, 2003, 3:03 am

What place did it finish last year? Qualifying speed?
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Postby maxiracer » November 16th, 2003, 7:07 am

Hey guys, that sled has potential, the fact we didn't get into the show last year was due to a lack of test time. I was hoping to get another shot with it this year, but sometimes that's just how racing goes.
As for the sled itself, it has a awesome strong motor, a wonderfully strong front end that won't break like a stock RAS will. It's a sled that in the right hands can win the soo.

Paul, I'd just like to say thankyou again for letting me try to get that sled into the show for you last year. Sorry it didn't pan out, but it sure wasn't for lack of effort. You and Louie were great to work with and I hope you have great success snowcrossing this season.
Thanks again, Max Fahling
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Postby snosports » November 16th, 2003, 7:23 am

Zee, are you kidding?
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Postby RX-6 » November 16th, 2003, 8:43 am

" Speciality built front end. "

I seen that at Haydays. Front end looked like junk, welded guess work is the best way to describe it. No wonder that thing couldn't even come close to qualifying at the Soo.
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Postby Parepadarappa » November 16th, 2003, 12:09 pm

Keep in mind that I didnt see one rev qualify for the i-500, so make your own decision
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Postby Zee » November 16th, 2003, 8:17 pm

It wasn't at Hayday's. You were looking thru beer glasses.
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Postby Zee » November 16th, 2003, 8:22 pm

You are welcome!
No regrets here. Always wanted to do it. Test time was all you guys lacked. Only getting rid of it because no time. It will make the show in the right hands.
Hopefully you catch another ride
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Postby Zee » November 16th, 2003, 8:29 pm

Thats right it didn't make the big race. Neither did your sled.
Oh, you didn't have a sled even try. I guess mine was better than your non entry. We all will see what your sled will do this year, if you got a sled?
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