who said the rx-1 is ugly ? the sled is kawky.
i am a doo'er and i know the new mxz-rev is ugly but i don't care as long as it performs, of course we already know it performs from the race results.
Paul, I was directing my comment to all of the people that were jumping on the RX-1 saying how ugly it was. I guess one should make sure that the new house they will be moving in isn't made of glass before they start hurling stones............
Does that thing float or did a Sea-doo ram it from behind? Low styling points but when you are on the thing, I bet all you see is the top of the windshield, ski tips and everything going by in a BLUR! Bring on the whoops!
I think everybody should wait to see it in person before making a judgement. Pictures may be worth a thousand words, but there's a big difference between two and three dimensions. From the picture, I suspect that the front end of the sled would look considerably different if the lower part were yellow instead of black.
I think it looks good, it's a radical change but change is good. It will definitely turn some heads, and bring more attention to the winter activity that we all love! Give it some time, it will grow on you.
hey the real skin thing is the best, i couldn't keep my belly down looking at pictures of the viper. seeing them on the trails is another the red is a knockout and carbon fibre is subtle but can't keep my eyes off of it.
I for one am not overly excited about Ski-Doo's "New Look". I have been a long time fan of Ski-Doo but I am considering the new RX1. After having owned a Yamaha R1, I am convinced that this motor will not only be reliable, but will be a target for other manufacturers to shoot for in performance.
If nothing else, this is a big step in the right direction! If we have to have 4 strokes, this is the best example that snowmobiling has to offer! Bring it on!
I love ski doo's and I do and don't like the new ski doo. I REALLY like the open mod sled that they are racing, but the one in snowgoer doesn't look the same. I can't put my finger on what exactly is different though. Something with the tunnel maybe??
I like the new chassis. I think it is a cool looking machine, but I don't think it is as versatile as the "old" ZX or CK3 type sleds. Seems to me this will be a great trail sled for aggressive riders, but how comfortabe will it be for the long cruise? How will it compete in the impromtu drags that we all face when we are having fun with friends? Anything now is just speculation, but we'll see what we get
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