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Old 04-05-2012, 11:32 AM
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Did a morning Session and went through a tank and jerry can by 1 pm, so headed back to Squamish when I got the call from Anthony, a reload of fuel and I was off again...another tank and jerry! Sweet Day!
























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Old 04-09-2012, 09:26 PM
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do the side panels rub on the clutch or can like they do on the xp, i've asked ya a couple different times on some of your other threads with no reply? anyway nice vids,

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Old 04-09-2012, 10:57 PM
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Nothing on the can side, I have a little rub mork on my left door...clutch cover is harder and build a little different and remember these xm's are P3's so not everything is set in stone...clutch rub is less on this machine but there is a little there, mostly from laying it over on harder pack...hope that helps, sorry might not have seen it in other threads and been out riding and skiing most days so don't always check, cheers dave
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Thnx for reply, pretty much my only gripe bout my xp, hopn they fix the side panels, any respectable mountain rider is always on there edge lol and side panels just don't hold up, appreciate the input,

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Old 04-12-2012, 08:52 AM
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Thats a lot of fuel, your arms must have been rubber the next day.

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Thats a lot of fuel, your arms must have been rubber the next day.

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Ha ha you would think but serously I would not normally do this on an older ski doo sled, the xm is that much easier to ride all day with...rode and sled skied the next 4 days. Before I hit the whistler ski hill for a day of rest...
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Two tanks and two jerry cans in one day? Thought the Doos were supposed to be good on fuel.
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Two tanks and two jerry cans in one day? Thought the Doos were supposed to be good on fuel.
They are! Over waist deep powder and to the bar, will drain the fuel, it would have been a lot more fuel if it was any other brand.
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That would have been a blast! Nice pics!
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They are! Over waist deep powder and to the bar, will drain the fuel, it would have been a lot more fuel if it was any other brand.
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