• I've received emails and PM's asking me about "Group Buys" and promotions.

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    http://www.snowestonline.com/forum/showthread.php?t=269222

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    Have a great season.

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    MH

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Sheetmetalfab

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Oh I know they are out there, but you’re in the minority. Point is its nice to see a new option somewhere between a single pipe and turbo power wise (still nowhere near a turbo, I get that).
Funny I’ve only been around 5 turbo sleds and they have all run flawlessly 🤷🏻‍♂️
(All silber, 2 axys 800, axys 850, 18 mountain cat and a doo 850)

seems to be a majority.

all owned by first time turbo sled / average guys. (Mine is a 16 axys 800 / silber)
 

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Funny I’ve only been around 5 turbo sleds and they have all run flawlessly 🤷🏻‍♂️
(All silber, 2 axys 800, axys 850, 18 mountain cat and a doo 850)

seems to be a majority.

all owned by first time turbo sled / average guys. (Mine is a 16 axys 800 / silber)
That’s good! Doesn’t change the fact that that isn’t what I’ve seen.
 

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4 Silbers on 2013-2015 Pros, on low or no mile sleds, couple of them installed by the man himself- all reflash kits. Sidekicks on 16 & 17 Axys 800s. Some of them have good days (we ride all over elevation wise), but in my experience you never know whats gonna happen when you grab a handful of throttle. I never have been around a Silber Axys.