yea having an 800HO in the REV would have been AWESOME! wish i could have ordered a REV this year, but i gotta stick with my 01, i got it all fixed up tho, so it will still be awesome, plus it will give the REV a year to prove itself and get any problems worked out.
I could be mistakin but I think his 800 rev ran a 5.5, you gotta wonder, the 800 stockers that won previous year where runnin 5.63`s or so. I would think the new motor would be down on power but maybe the weight diff? or the different chassis as far as effiecintcy? at any rate maybe doo is on track.
I joined this forum about an hour ago and “Machzzzz1” don’t let me be disrespectful to your 1775 posts but I think you might be a little bias. Do you have any actual data to back that comment. I would love for it to be true because I bought a REV 600 also, but I was hoping for a make, model, year and some times.
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LOL, zzzz1 does like his Doos. The #s dont lie,that is quick. As far as the fastest 600,that would be from Polaris,or well, until I read this topic.
Machzzz1 a biased forum member? Nah, never! He's the most biased guy we have but boy does he make it intersting sometimes. And he is the biggest pro-lifer(two-strokes) we have also. But don't go against him unless you have your kryptnite in hand.
That’s what I like to hear about my new sled. I better buy a new helmet I’m gona need it.
119.8 horses in a 455 pound 600. Dam! Good thing they put that new snow flap on that thing or I’d be breaking Arctic Cat windshields. Ha Ha
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