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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-13-1999, 08:27 PM
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Highmark is highmaring

I watched first hand the new Ski-Doo Highmarks wasting the competition.
There was 3 of the them all bone stock except they all had a canister.
Nothing was even close when they started climbing in the steep and deep.
It made my '98x look sad, along with RMK's,Mountain Max 700's , the Powder
Specials don't even count they are so far behind.
We have so much snow out west I wish I could mail it to all you guys!
PS What's kicking butt in your neck of the woods?

X-Man

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-13-1999, 09:54 PM
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jet-skis and four-wheelers!

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sad, but true for here too

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-14-1999, 10:44 PM
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My buddy was pissed two weeks ago he had too much track. But this past weekend he fell in love w/ the HIGHMARK. Only another highmark could keep up. The new summit 700 is no slouch either!!!!

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That is good to hear! I knew this sled was the real deal. I just hope all those boneheads who buy polaris will finally see the light instead fooling themselves.

post #6 of (permalink) Old 12-16-1999, 06:59 PM
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It's a damn good thing us polaris owners have a sense of humor! By the way, it's about time the rest of the manufacturers have finally caught up with polaris! How many years did we have to wait?

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Yeah that is a good thing that polaris owners have a good humor. Thats probably because they have been making fun of all the other crap brands for what the last 15-20 years!!! I can tell you any nice RMK will beat the HELL out of any ski-doo you own or see!!!!

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Sorry to burst the doo bubble here, but my '99 RMK 700 out climbed the doo boys today by ten feet or so in fresh powder. Man I love this new 144" track that POLARIS came out with!

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even the 151 inch ski-doo highmark? and the 700 rmk comes with a 136 inch track, which has to be upgraded to a 144", right? they even weigh the same stock, so i figure a 144 incher will weigh a little more. i guess all these specs don't mean anything in the snow, eh? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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Re: Highmark is highmaring

All sleds are NOT created equal! That is a fact. The Ski-Doo Highmark is the best out of box sled this year. Anyone can build up there sled to be the king.
That is a fact. This sled can climb with most anything. Everybody has their favorite, but how much money do you spend to make your sled competitive?
(right Kitty Cat owners) If you have the money to mod your sled, great. But if your like me, 4 kids 2 sleds and one wife, you want to spend your hard earned money on a sled that's ready roll (climb) right out of the box... The Ski-Doo Highmark is the one. With the Polaris RMK line-up right behind, stock that is.
Happy Sledding Everyone,

X-Man

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