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I have read on a few magazines now that bombardier is saying the MACHZ will be back in 2003 in the zx chassie with SC-10 111 and the new skis.  They also said DFI was a serious posability and an upgraded engine that makes more power and is cheaper to build but remains a 800 triple.  


FZAIR also mentioned simular things from a Qubec magazine.


Is it possible that Bombardier has not forgotten us muscle heads.  

Just imagine a 800 triple MachZ with the latest in suspention and in a ZX which is still one of the best chassies if not the best.  With the fuel eco of a 550cc and the power of an indy car.  Its going to kick ###.
 

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there you go little buddy just what you have been waiting for a new 2003 machzzzz2 with a cn tower in the graphics. now your wife can come home.
 

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Its about time if its true. Now what do I do? new rev, or mach in the zx, tough choice, ok how about the 800 triple in the rev?
 

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Its a simple choice.  

I think the debate will be over for most aggressive trail sled once this thing comes out.  

What do you want to do.  Go ultra fast in a straite line and not slow down to take the next corner.  MACH Z

Or do you want a 800 twin that uses more gas, Cant go as fast, and probably isnt the best for lakes and fast trails because the windshield is way low and your head will stick about a foot higher then it.  But be able to pound the roughest trails in new style and class.  REV.

Its a tough choice but you cant go wrong with either.  

Your right though just put the triple in the REV.  But im not pushing my luck.
 

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</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (Machzzzz1 @ Jan. 27 2002, 1:23pm)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">I have read on a few magazines now that bombardier is saying the MACHZ will be back in 2003 in the zx chassie with SC-10 111 and the new skis.  They also said DFI was a serious posability and an upgraded engine that makes more power and is cheaper to build but remains a 800 triple.[/b][/quote]
 
 

 
 


If this ends up being true.....I'm think I'm gonna suffer a
ligiment problem sustained for some time! Booiinnnnnnng.
 

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We only have 6-7 days left to see.  I don't believe everything I read though.  Which magazine said that?  My dealer says no triples this year.  Maybe Ski-Doo has lied to him.   Let's wait and see.  My friend from Ski-Doo says no triple either, but maybe Mach 3 twin.  Don't shoot me, I'm just the messenger.  Piece out.  
 
 
 
 

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In the Quebec magazine their is mention of a Mach Z 03 with sc10 III ans new skies but they do not say in what frame zx or ck3 also nothing on the dfi or engine configuration, will have to wait.
 

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Well it will have to be a triple.  Other wise whats the point of having a mach.  

Unless its only a single cylinder.  
 

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there is a big market in canada for the machz,I cannot see doo leaving this market with nothing to offer.
 

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i thought back in 93-94 ski-doo was guoted as saying"fuel injection does not belong on a snowmobile." After they tried it on the formula plusX,and it was a flop?
 

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Its not that simple of a choice for me. I ride on some pretty rough and tight trails most of the time, but also do alot of drag racing and some trips up north to the great wide open. Untill the rev my dream come true would have been the 800 triple in the zx, but by the looks of the new rev I really would love to have its riding position and suspension, but not to crazy about the big twins.
 

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When I last looked, the type809 motor still owns organized drag racing with the exception of very few other brands running well on an individual basis. When you talk Haydays, Fenwick, etc, these events say a lot. I can`t see Bombardier dropping that motor. If it goes away at all it won`t be permanent. They also need to have the big Z as a "plateau" for more experianced (older) riders who want more than a mogul masher and a $100 a month payment.

Logic says they keep it...so does the wish section of my mind!
 

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I had a Mach Z , now  a Mxz, its a little beter for the tight 1 sled wide trails with two foot moguls that make up my typical ride but if your talkin 800 trip in a zx chassis , sign me up now.
 

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The moment i find anything on the New Mach on the Net I will post it.  Just think how awsome it will look in the zx.
 

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I dont care what chassi its in, the CK-3 is fine with me, I just hope doo keeps the 809 alive  
 

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Yeah the CK-3 is definitly an awsome machine as well.  I find it hard going from a CK to a ZX.  The CK has no ski lift
 

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Machzzzz1,  Are you serious?  The CK3 has "no" ski lift?  HMMM, my 2000 Mach Z CK3 must have been a fluke.  I think you really meant the ZX chassis had no ski lift, correct?
 

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the ck3 is better than the f chassis but short of the zx.here's what I see coming the machz-x.but then again some of the ck3's I read about are better than the zx,go figure.
 
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