</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (Frostbit @ May 25, 2002, 11:48pm)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">Which of next year's sleds would you switch brands for?
Anything that I buy will mean a brand switch. I'm liking the Yamaha RX-1. They will have some time to debug the early production models, as well as learn weather or not they live up to the hype by the time I am able to buy one.
If I switched,it would be an F7. There is such a thing as a Rev. so that is my 1st choice.The RX-1 is an awsome package but not for me.
It will be interesting to see how these new sleds hold up. We will see who makes the best sled after next season.
Ohhh, I seem to have been in a hurry to get some posts, and forgot to read the part about "Switching Brands" And yet again, if I had the $$$$, I would move over to Doo, just because I am curious of the enemy (just kidding)
Wish I could ride them all and then decide. Saw the new REV on the trail this winter. Looked like a real cat killer. Then the F7 appeared. Only 430lbs plus. Can't wait till the white stuff flies to see who owns the top spot.
If I was to switch brands it would be for an RX-1. Like most, I would like to give it a season to get any bugs out becuase this ones either going to be real sweet or one bad lemon! It's a fast reliable motor in the R1. Hopefully it can take the consistent rpms and the cold weather in the sled???
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