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Yami 800 twin A-Arms single shock 146 horse 480 lbs

Postby ViprRyder » January 2nd, 2002, 12:57 pm

I just want to say I'm Not full of s**t I have these sleds and the snowcrosser 800 is faster than anything produced this year including the thundercat they are putting a 95 horse 4stroke in the Viper chassis I have not ridden this model but I have ridden the 800's they are impressive
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Yami 800 twin A-Arms single shock 146 horse 480 lbs

Postby Blue leader » January 2nd, 2002, 1:04 pm

Your english seems to be really good considering the location you say your from.... LOL. You say "you" have these sleds???? yeah OK
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Postby ViprRyder » January 2nd, 2002, 1:07 pm

I never said I owned these sleds but I have done testing on them are you saying everyone in japan is Japanese
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Postby Mainecat » January 2nd, 2002, 1:10 pm

Yup it takes Yamaha a few years to catch up.
We are all shakin in our boots waitin. It should be about 130hp when Yamaha finally releases it.
Cat will debut a ZR900EFI laid down twin in the sno-pro chassis at 160hp should weigh in at 460lbs.
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Postby OldCatRacer » January 2nd, 2002, 1:10 pm

I think they sell crack over in Japan also. I do agree that even if Vincent's snocross sled seems slower than the others it would still outrun most anyone on the trail for power. The bite in any race sled and setup would whip the trail crowd. This is not meant to be a bash.
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Postby OldCatRacer » January 2nd, 2002, 1:14 pm

The new twin Cat 900 will weigh 390 lbs with 163 h.p.
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Postby OldCatRacer » January 2nd, 2002, 1:22 pm

All jokes aside the 700 will be the best bet!!!(WINK)
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Postby ViprRyder » January 2nd, 2002, 1:23 pm

The 480 lbs I am refering too is the mountain sled that is w/ a 156 2 1/4 paddle Chris Vincent's race sled and motor have nothing carried over to the production models everything is new and has never been seen in snowcross or in any production or race snowmobile if you have questions about the new models feel free to ask
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Postby prosno » January 2nd, 2002, 2:10 pm

I have a question. Why is it that every manufacturer except yamaha has a sno-x sled very similar to their consumer sleds. Yami's mod sled is absolutely nothing like thier production sleds. Is this saying that the durabity of production yamaha's is nowhere near being capable of sno-xing. Everything from the hood to track is different. Guess they are sayin that their consumer sleds cant take a lickin like the other manufactures can. Just a curiuos question i had.
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Postby NorthernSkunk » January 2nd, 2002, 4:32 pm

you really wanna ask that question prosno go to amsnow.com's free boards and check out the yamaha boards. I have been sayin the same thing since the first viper ad. The yamaha crowd is stubborn I'll give them that lol.
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