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PROCROSS F/ZR/ElTigre/RR 2012 + chassis, Not C-Tec2 talk.

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post #21 of 24 Old 09-17-2012, 04:20 AM
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how are you liking the sled? im trying to decied sno pro or RR and 1100T or 800?
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post #23 of 24 Old 11-20-2013, 09:25 AM
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Hibbert RR 800

I really bought it for my son who absolutly loves it. Me have only ridden it for about 20 minutes and still love my 1100 turbo much better. If you ridding more like a motorcrosses then the 2 stroke 800 HIbbert is the fastest sled out there. I've seen him race just about every 800 out there and in real world what I have seen with my own eyes nothing has come close to beating it yet. For my style of riding it is just too much work for me to race through the bush and trails. Again for a 20 year old it's the best. For me who is 48 nothing I love more then my 1100 turbo as it rides softer gets good enough fuel mileage when not racing accross the lake and I have never had one second of trouble with it. We put on about 2000 miles each year so not a ton but he loves his sled and I love my so it works well. But if you want a rocket on trails or through the bush the 800 Hibbert wont dissappoint.
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