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2004 Polaris Pro X2

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2004 Polaris Pro X2

Postby PolarisIsBetter » January 15th, 2004, 5:21 pm

i like new ones
Polaris Rules, and your sled sucks.
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Postby cdem72 » January 15th, 2004, 5:34 pm

more money than brains, pity!
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Postby yamaha1man » January 15th, 2004, 5:54 pm

He's new here AND rides a Polaris!! Oh help us all!
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Postby enticer » January 15th, 2004, 7:35 pm

HEY...DO YOU GUYS KNOW WHAT POLARIS STANDS FOR?
PULL
OFF
LAKE
AND
REPAIR
IN
SUMMER
AND BESIDES,FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS RIDE POLARIS
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Postby yamaha1man » January 15th, 2004, 7:45 pm

Enticer! I like it!And it fits, when I rode Polaris I walked home alot.BUT with help from friends and family I was rehabilitated and sold it. Now I know better.
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Postby Snojet Steve » January 15th, 2004, 11:11 pm

Hey buddy the motors are good but the frames are frail garbage.
Everyone is chasing the REV in the snocross world. Maybe in a race where you never test the frame much you and your Pro X make a good couple. I bet you're a 'cyber sledder' that has a sled in the circuit world but not on snow, right?
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Postby T'NT340rider » January 16th, 2004, 12:27 am

Hey lets see how your Pro X2 can handle thick woods, and deep powder. It CANT with that wide ski stance. On my old sleds, the widest stance is 34" and even that seems wide compared to my T'NTs and Olympiques.

VINTAGE= Lighter, Better build quality, and people who ride the old stuff arent cocky SOBs like ALOT of the new riders.
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Postby cdem72 » January 16th, 2004, 4:45 am

Most of these young riders were still suckling on their mother's teet when I was pounding the drifts on suspension with 3" of travel! :R They ride like they're watching Monday Night Football in a recliner rocker. No one-knee riding position and using your legs as shock absorbers and no backfires of flames into your groin with the lap-mounted Rotax's of the late 60's and early 70's! Hey, and when you get stuck in the bush and reverse doesn't help, you might as well leave that 550 lb. 100 mph anchor in the bush till spring. I can lift the rear of my sled up to my chest with one arm and it floats over 3 feet of powder with ease! Go [i]'Doo[/i] It!
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Postby T'NT340rider » January 16th, 2004, 9:01 am

yeah, these new sledders want a real man's sled, then try to go all out on a T'NT 775 or 640, 3" suspension, 27" ski-stance, TONS of torque, and capable of going 90mph if you are able to hold on. And some old sleds like the Rupp Nitros, El Tigres, T'NT R/Vs, Blizzards, RXLs, TX, ThunderJets, SRX, etc will give almost any new sled fits on a drag strip or ice oval. In fact last year, I saw a Polaris XP 600 going all out on a straight trail, then a 76 Rupp Nitro 440 blew right by him. The Reason, Better HP/Weight ratio. the Rupp: 90hp/330lbs, Polaris: 120hp/almost 500lbs.
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Postby enticer » January 16th, 2004, 9:11 am

thank you gentlemen..........to you mr.polaris is better,IN YOUR FACE......JUST KIDDING.....DOESN'T MATTER IF IT'S NEW OR OLD,AS LONG AS IT RUNS AND YOU HAVE FUN DOOING IT
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