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I was at the local dealer ship. luckly for me is like a 3 min walk from my house :D.. and I was checking out the new revs..DYING wishing I had one of those badass sleds. Well I was just checking it out weight .. tracks suspension up close.. then I popped the hood. and side panels..

Not very much room for working on that engine. everything seems to be cramed in sucha small area it would be kinda difficult to just change your plugs out.. thats just me..

but is that one of the disadvantages to the rev platform or is it easier than I think?..



Also.. local dealer is heading to LAS VEGAS this weeknd to look at the new XP they will have information on them when they get back :)
 

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I was at the local dealer ship. luckly for me is like a 3 min walk from my house :D.. and I was checking out the new revs..DYING wishing I had one of those badass sleds. Well I was just checking it out weight .. tracks suspension up close.. then I popped the hood. and side panels..

Not very much room for working on that engine. everything seems to be cramed in sucha small area it would be kinda difficult to just change your plugs out.. thats just me..

but is that one of the disadvantages to the rev platform or is it easier than I think?..
Also.. local dealer is heading to LAS VEGAS this weeknd to look at the new XP they will have information on them when they get back :)[/b]
you think thats cramped to work on ,pop the cowl off a BRP Evinrude E TEC
 

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if you talking about the first generation REV it's not bad at all, you just do things in series. the old sleds were spread way out and it looked easier.
 
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