Edited by sno-strm, 09 January 2021 - 03:57 AM.
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Posted 13 November 2020 - 07:48 AM
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Posted 13 November 2020 - 10:11 AM
I would definitely push for more color options like Polaris offers. With the high price of these sleds, color options are not too much to ask for. LED lights are nice but I ride very little in the dark so that is not a big issue for me. GPS on the new gauge is a "no-brainer". Probably need a little more work on the front end/a-arms. Not concerned about cosmetic body panel changes, Doo is still ahead of Polaris in body panel design flow.
Posted 13 November 2020 - 10:29 AM
I would like to see a 600 ace turbo in the 120hp range but that could be pushing the reliability. Be nice to have 4 stroke longevity and lighter than the 900. the current 900T (assuming it is really the 160hp stock) is 0.17 hp/cc and to get the 600 as a turbo to the 120hp range it would be in the 0.2hp/cc range. Be nice to be in the 600cc for insurance costs also
Posted 13 November 2020 - 10:39 AM
I would like to a see a true XRS come back.. with stock 4th wheel, bar pad, 2 suspension straps, proper compression & rebound shocks on all 4 however the way the trend is going in 2022 they will probably add WIFI to the new gauge, take away the 3rd axle wheel and make them purple....
Buy it, Ride it, MOD it, Tune it, Repeat ....
Posted 13 November 2020 - 03:23 PM
We could see the release of the 600 ace turbo with 120-130 hp, the 900 ace turbo will get a bump to 165 hp. That will dominate the 4 stroke market. Non- turbo 4 strokes will be available in 129" versions. 600 etec stays as is, and a new 750 cc etec introduced at 150 Hp.850 etec bumped to 900 cc and 175hp. More models with the new front geometry and skis that handle as good or better than the poo without any darting. Lastly, a brand new 8/10 scale model with a 500 cc single that kills the new arctic cat blast. Weight savings is coming across the board in 2023.