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I'm looking to buy a prox/x2/xr what ever i can find that is really nice and not beat. hopefully halfway trhew this season if not over the summer,my xc 600 doesn't take the abuse any more. i want to know what u guys think of the prox and if there are any really god mods for them. i was thinking mbrp can and clutching and some track setup. what do u guys think. it is very well appreciated
 

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Find a 600 pro x, then you won't have to worry about smoking the engine when the water/oil pump belt breaks.

The pro x is a great rough stuff sled. Don't expect it to be a smotth trail sled or a lake runner.

Set up will depend on what engine you get.
 

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im really not looking for speed. i want crazy bottom end becasue im putting a ripsaw on it and i want to be abile to jump like i o now and more and i want good podwer runner becasue im intense at carving and sidhilling.
 

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Well i ahve a 2002 prox 600, my second prox sled. i abouslutly love the sled couldnt be hapier. what you are describing is what the sled is ment to do! mines a 136 tracks usa kit with a preditor track. it holds up to abuse good heres a pic from last night.
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A properly setup 600 rocks. I love my 700X2 with a "new" slp single pipe/can combo I just installed last weekend, talk about a bark and pull when I hammer it. I need a steeper helix now.
 

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The Pro X has a awesome suspenion for jumping and hammering mogouls. I have a 2004 700 Pro X, 136 X 1.75, Boyseen reeds, MBRP can, SLP air horn intake, 800 Pro XR pipe and geared 21/41. It rips really good. I love the sled, I really wanted an X2 but they were hard to find at the time(brand new), I am not crazy about the Ryde shocks, wish they were Walker Evan's, I just might change yet. Everyone that has rode it all say that Polaris should have kept that line going. Here are some pics from last weekend.[attachment=51327][attachment=51328][attachment=51329]
 

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my 440 pulls harder from 20 then most sleds do no matter what the size itl pull ahrd till about 85mph it takeas beating, ive jumped it prolly 30-35 feet so far so like nothing big yet but its taking it like a champ.
 

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IMHO if your not trail or hard pack riding DON'T put on a Rip Saw. I had a 1.25 on my 04-800 XCsp and loved it on the groomed and hard pack, but man did it suck in the powder. Sleds that I would walk all over on the groomed would make me look like I was standing still (and chances are I was) once we hit the soft snow. I got rid of it and now have on a 1.75...what a difference.
 
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