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Snow Goer Canada Buyer's Guide 1987 - Yamaha

Part 4 of 4. Scans from Snow Goer magazine 1987 Buyer's Guide. Best viewed in full-screen. Part 1 - Arctic Cat Part 2 - Polaris Part 3 - Ski-Doo Part 4 - Yamaha ...

Deep in the mountains of BC on my KXF 450 Timbersled Mountain Horse

Deep in the mountains of BC on my KXF 450 Timbersled Mountain Horse www.okanagansnowbikes.com.

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hard to tell over the music. what gears are u running in? is that mostly first and second or what? rekluse clutch or anything.
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Haha wtf?
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Great video, looks so fun. Liked the music too
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+TheNuxi Dee-AMM bitch! I just got served!!!
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you know what would be better than a pink floyd cover? Pink floyd. Sign me up for the old farts club!
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+Old Geek Your user name checks out. Fuck off old geek.
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+Jacob Northrup liked the music? YOURE A FUCKING LOSER!
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loose the music dude it ruins the whole experience
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Music in general, but that music was fucking awful
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Thanks man. Props great video. You guys ever ride Alaska? 
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I have only been to Alaska once jumping my bike at Palmer for FMX show.
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Epic. Do you lean like a sled of does it turn like a bike
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+Reagan Sieg im looking for a bike to buy, give me some advice about witch kind of bike to buy
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It is a bike so it turns like a bike. Very easy.

Redline 1300 with Feeding System

Ski-doo XRS rips it

XRS ski-doo rips in up at sugarloaf maine.

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I'm gonna get me 1 of these come fall don't care if I gotta buy it used I seriously want an XRS 800 Etec!
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Make sure it's been in for the recall service! other then that i highly recommend it there a blast
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@exmarkman756 them must have been some large chores to get payed 15 grand for a 800 xrs
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Haha ur 12 and have an 800? Ur gonna get urself hurt or hurt someone else
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This song gets old I am 12 and love my mxz800xrs
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oh my god ... please STOP USING THIS SONG !!!
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Does anyone know the name of this song??
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soo little skill, so much sled :(
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I did fucking chores for 3 years
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AWOLNATION - Sail
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this video is sick
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dude that sick
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nice sled

Pirates Aboard the Variety Boat for Hope - Shaw TV Victoria

Arr Matey! All aboard the Variety Boat for Hope! Shaw TV's James Green sets sail on this Pirate Ship for kids and families with special needs.

Legebokoff Powder Assault RMR 2o11

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Awesome video! :) I think I've been there? :)
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Is Legebokoff your name?

Avalanche Roof Rake Initial use

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I realize I am off topic here but I would like to know where this video was taken since the view in front of the house looks to be either on the ocean or on a lake. Then again it could be an open field.
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+Paul Jenkins Haven't looked. I am actually happy with it. The snow in this video came in sideways fueled by heavy winds, then the temperature dropped below zero. What we were working through was packed and frozen.
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+Olytoo That must be beautiful to look out at each day. I am curious were you able to find a better roof snow removal tool then the one you are using in this video?
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+Paul Jenkins We are in Duluth MN overlooking Lake Superior.
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Needs bigger wheels and a MUCH stiffer and less flexible shaft. Dad got fed up pretty quick. Thanks for the vid. Its a deal breaker for this unit.
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needs a more sturdy pole me thinks.
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Thank you for posting this video. Tells me this product is not for me. I believe it's designed wrong. The path of 'most' resistance is low where the snow is but the pole is mounted to the top part of the head attachment, you can't get proper leverage. Better designs I've seen sorta have a head like this upside down like a U. The pole is attached at the bottom where you are pushing(slicing) through the snow to make better use of leverage. But like I said, thank you for posting this. If the manufacturer improves their design of this tool they should offer you a free upgrade. ;)
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+WCSkills I agree it could be improved. Just the same, I like it way better than others I have tried. This snow was well packed and crusted which is part of the difficulty. I am contemplating making my own to improve it.

2003 Skidoo MXZ X 800

Beautiful short track rev for sale.

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Worst year ski-doo in the rev design.. never buy a 2003..
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+ThisAccountIsNeverUsed m not sure about the exchange rate but you'd be better off saving a bit for the xp if you're close, they're that good. They were nearly as big a jump in performance over the rev as the rev was over the old zx sleds. Not sure where in Canada you live, but used prices in Maine are generally 10-15% less than what you'd find in New Hampshire and Vermont, I haven't done any sled shopping in Canada so I'm not sure on your prices. Hopefully we'll have a good winter this year, were not off to a great start here on the east coast. Oh and just so you have something to base my earlier comments on, I'm 38, 6'2", 170 pounds, and ride mostly tight technical trails and do a good amount of off trail adventuring on power lines and first tracks up peaks. I'm glad to help!
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+ThisAccountIsNeverUsed I have several sleds, not all of them skidoo, but a few years back I sold my 03 x package 800, not the one one in this video but very similar for an 08 x package 600sdi. The newer sled is much easier to ride, more comfortable, and I'm quiet a bit faster on it. Night and day really. I'm actually a huge fan of good 600s, they're over $1000 cheaper used, easy to start, good on gas, not as hard on tracks and belts, vibrate less, break less, and are still super fast. Unless you live in the mountains out west at high altitude, love drag racing, or are a really big guy, the 600 could be a great motor for you, that being said, I did not like the 600ho of the rev generation. The Xp chassis 600 Sdi and etec (released in 09) especially are fantastic motors. In my opinion you'd be much better off with an xp chassis with a 600 than an original rev chassis with the 800. The early Sdi and etechs are $3500-4500 in good shape where I live and ride (Connecticut and Vermont).
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+Chris Fiondella I was fixated on getting an X package 800 sled, so within my price range ($4500 Canadian) I've been relegated to looking at older REV chassis'.  Staying within that budget, is it worth it to get an older sled to have the X package shocks, etc. or is it 'better' to get an early adrenaline/base 800 XP and have the piece of mind of owning a younger sled? You've been very helpful Chris. Thanks, Jeremy
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+ThisAccountIsNeverUsed our experience with the engine choices here is that the 800 was better than the 600HO motor. Our 600HOs came through jetted poorly and were soft and unresponsive on the bottom end. We had a few piston failures of the 600HOs as well. All these sleds were known for ripping the intake boots that hold the reed cage and then lean seizing. Aftermarket reeds came with metal intakes and fixed this problem, definitely worth doing if yours hasn't been done. The 1000 engine had belt alignment issues and should be avoided. There was another 600 motor known as 599 that was better than the 600HO but it only went in a few models and was relatively rare. These are good sleds that started the revolution in rider forward design, if you've found one in good shape that matches your budget, go for it. If you've got a little more to spend, get a rev-xp, they came out in 08 and they're even better!
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+ThisAccountIsNeverUsed We ride with a big group of guys, our crew has had several of these 2003 sleds and they have been very fine. They were the first year of the new REV style chassis which was a total redesign of the platform, as such there were a few kinks that got ironed out in the next season such as the beaver tail that you mention. There also wasn't much room between the track and the cooler if you were planning on putting a tall lugged paddle track in there but anything up to a 1 1/4 studded track or an 1 1/2 unstudded will fit fine, just avoid the cooler protecting bars with the studs as they don't fall over the drive Windows like they do on later sleds. The beaver tail was actually ok if you didn't miss the space on the back of the tunnel for tieing stuff on. It does a better job of keeping snow down behind you and of not getting mangled and stuck up in the tunnel. It worked good on trail, not so great off trail where it could sometimes be in the way in deep powder.
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I'm looking at an '03 super clean and stock MXZX 800. Can you please tell me why this specific year was so shite. I know that it has the beaver tail and that the 800 engine is never the best but...
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