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Here we go guys check them out www.ggpowersports.com  looks like all they did was new graphics and put wide running boards on the xc! Still  useing the angle iron trailing arms!  I wish they would of did something big this year but I guess they are too busy making bobcat style loaders now! I guess we are going to suck hide tit again like we had to in 99-2000!
 
 
 

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hey ive been lookin at those pics as well, i thought the same thing just new graphics,but then i looked a little harder..in the last pic of the pro-x 800  there is a light gray sled  sled in the background..doesnt look like any of the other sleds in the pics??? maybe a new sled there?? just something tohope for..dont get down yet before they are offically released-INDY
 

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I ride a doo but i am still a polaris man at heart. and i think they look sharp.  Sure there is no big changes but they are sweet, i really like that vertical escape that is awsome.
 

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Polaro buds you are getting too much into the radical changes of the other three. First you need to see if they are worth all the press they are getting. They are different and they do look good but I think there is more build up then what is really there.
Read the skidoo sight on the rev. One guy tested it and he said you will need knee pads to ride it. Your knees hit on the hood. He also said is it a great ride for short rides and jumping but not something you want to ride all day.
 

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On the subject of the REV I agree don't beleve all the reviews ..you have to ride it for yourself to see if you like it or not..If you hit your knees on the hood maybe the miniz would be more for that type of riders skill level and the more miles you put on the better you will like the rev because it does not beat you and it turns easy. and also it's a proven winner on the race track . so go test ride it and push it hard in the rough and twistys..and most people will get off and say..wow! awesome!
 

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Sorry guys but I have seen the brochures for the 03's. Nothin new and radical from Polaris. Not even a twin over 800 like everybody was expecting. Colors and graphics changes , thats about it. I don't know if they have done any tweaking to the engines this year as compared to last year. I myself, am looking at the 03 SKS cross country 800. 144'' track 1 1/4 lug height, awesome looking graphics, tall handlebars with hooks and mountain strap. Looks like it could be an awesome all around sled. $10,900 list price on that one(Canadian)
 

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Sorry man, but we didn't take much time to look at the pro x. We were being rushed out the door , it was closing time.
 

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FROM WHAT I'VE SEEN THE NEW SLEDS LOOK GREAT ,I GUESS I'LL GET THE DETAILS ALL ON FRIDAY,BUT FROM WHAT I'VE SEEN I'M GETTING A NEW POLARIS,THANK GOD THEY DIDN'T COME UP WITH SOME GOOFY LOOKING POS THAT YOU CAN'T WORK ON CAUSE ITS CRAMNED IN SOME GOOFY SPOT.I'M PERSONALLY HAPPY THEY DIDN'T MESS IT UP.
 

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It looks like Polaris did another good job in the BNG department.  Other than the X, I didn't care for last year's graphics, but the '03's look good.  If nothing is new, at least they'll look good.
 
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