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Default 2015 Yamaha's have been released

Some nice track upgrades to the existing models to make a new model designation. But really lots of BNG and a rebranded Mountain Cat. Oh and fugly orange and blue color option..


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Why do they even try any more?
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Why do they even try any more?
Good question.

That thing is horrible!!!!
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They are offering a dealer installed turbo option that will get you 180HP. on the mountain sled that would be respectable. Is it as light as the Pro or XM? of course not, but it is another option for the guys that just want a start and go type of sled.
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They are offering a dealer installed turbo option that will get you 180HP. on the mountain sled that would be respectable. Is it as light as the Pro or XM? of course not, but it is another option for the guys that just want a start and go type of sled.
True^^^ not trying to bash just disappointed every year. I wish they would build a light weight bad ass 2 stroke with their level of reliability and durability.

Not for me in the mountains but to each their own..
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why go to a Yamaha dealer to buy a sled when you can go to an arctic cat dealer and buy the same sled and have many more options for a power plant??
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why go to a Yamaha dealer to buy a sled when you can go to an arctic cat dealer and buy the same sled and have many more options for a power plant??
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why go to a Yamaha dealer to buy a sled when you can go to an arctic cat dealer and buy the same sled and have many more options for a power plant??
Some riders want the yammi powerplant. Best boosted four stroke power plant around.
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