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Yup, having a bro working in a dealership does have advantages. I'm going to test ride the Rev at Trois-rivière Qc. tuesday. I should be in class but I got my priorities  
 If anybody want me to ask questions to bombardier's rep, I'd be glad to doo so.
 

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Could you please ask if there are plans to phase out the triples or will they have one in the REV or MXZX chassis in the short term future.
i know a triple pipe is impossible in them but what about a triple cylinder single pipe?
what a trail sled that would be.
 

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 well your life is sour grapes for sure, testing the all new sled with a dark tan.  
 

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you will love it..i had the chance to ride it and i loved it!! and putting a 136 on would be no problem.... check this 3 cyl out..155 hp
 

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DFI --- Isn't that the SeaDoo four stroke triple?
 

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Can you explain what that engine is a little more.  Like where it came from.  

Also Wheres the turbo.
 

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Paul, Doo I sense a bit of jealousy, may I remind you, the caribbean cruise... I mean course was for my education and I will personally risk my life on an prototype sled to make sure that it's safe for consumers, you should be thanking me  
 

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That engine is the Sea-Doo 1500cc 155 hp triple. Don't be suprised to see it in a 2004 Doo as an RX-1 killer.  I doubt it will be a 2003 mid-year though.  They could call it the Mach Z/4!  It will likely grow a few more HPs in the transition into a snowmobile chassis.
 
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