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2022 Mach Z

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by DeBo, Feb 17, 2021.


  1. DeBo

    DeBo Pro

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    NH
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    USA
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    Sidewinder
    Well finally some competition. They say 180HP and so didn't Yamaha and we know what that brought, 200HP. Ski-Doo is advertising the fastest production sled ever. I'm thinking it will be pushing the 200HP mark. Hell the 900T says 150HP and Dynos in at 165HP all day. I'm actually excited for the push on Yamaha. Interested to hear what you folk think.
     
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  3. yamamarc

    yamamarc TY 4 Stroke God

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    Massey Ontario
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    2019 zr9000 Ltd
    Sitting back and watching closely!!! Will the mach z be capable of 300 hp with stock internals? Will yamaha be forced to step up the game?
    Interesting!!
     
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  4. 1nc 2000

    1nc 2000 Lifetime Member Tim Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Marquette, MI
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    Yamaha FX Nytro RTX SE
    Its hunting season!
    Bring on the Mini z , I'll take your money!
    Ha ha
    I always have a $100 in my pocket!
     
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  5. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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    Yep this is it....never thought it would happen but very interesting DOO has a ton of new for 22.

    Lowered, Rip2(2 ply)track, Bigger injectors, factory launch control, smart-shox system, different gearing and clutching, one year only. 180hp but likely underated. Also a big price tag but comes loaded with all. BRP also brought Lynx brand sleds to North American now for sale...wow, what a big reveal. Also a baby 130hp turbo to boot.

    Also the biggest news IMO, BRP changed their iTC to a throttle cable design on ALL 180hp 900r models.....this alone means everything.





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  6. actionjack

    actionjack TY 4 Stroke God

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    Westminster, Maryland
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    USA
    Snowmobile:
    2017 SideWinder LTX-LE
    Why bring Lynx here?
     
  7. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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    Here is short vid...Lynx is an ultra tough suspended brand.

     
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  8. fatchance

    fatchance TY 4 Stroke Master

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    Well.....it's definitely butt ugly! We'll see if it can hang with the Winder
     
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  9. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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    Snowmobile:
    '18 RTX 50th "Winder"
    Smart shox system video...

     
  10. fxnytrortxkid

    fxnytrortxkid TY 4 Stroke Master

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    Rensselaer, ny
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    USA
    Snowmobile:
    09 nytro rtx
    By lowered they mean it’s the x package level not the xrs. So it’s nothing nuts. And $20,000 that’s pretty nice of them. Just roll that $2000 into your srx and let that Mach eat snow
     
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  11. number1kyster

    number1kyster TY 4 Stroke God

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    Location:
    Vermont
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    USA
    Snowmobile:
    2018 SW RTX SE
    Just looking through their lineup now. It appears that they increased pricing on all 4 stroke models. 2 stroke sleds seem similar to last season. The Mach Z is pricey, but I'll bet an SRX with EPS will be right in that ballpark.

    It is irritating that all the manufacturers are going to longer sleds. No 4 strokes in a 129 anymore. Doo drops a Competition series XRS in a 600r for 2022, and even that is a 137.#$%&*
     
  12. fourload

    fourload VIP Member VIP Member

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    Suspension looks great but price tag plus tax and studs doesn’t! Unlikely it will beat a SRX.
     
  13. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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    One thing I like is you can get a basic model Adrenalin 900r turbo, it has basic shocks, smaller gauge, but is alot lighter(Adrenalin-524lb) vs (Mach-548lb), and sits as low as mach z. And is approx $4850 dollars cheaper(Yellow), and the black one is $250 less then yellow($5100 difference)

    Dan
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    Last edited: Feb 17, 2021
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  14. 74Nitro

    74Nitro VIP Member VIP Member

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    2019 Sidewinder LTX
    8.5%.....no wonder DOO stock is doing so well!
     
  15. 20/80

    20/80 VIP Member VIP Member

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    Nova Scotia
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    2016 APEX LE XTX
    Stock Winder vs Stock Mach 1? interesting, I have to say it is so inspiring to say the least to see a company like Ski Doo compliment and cater to their costumer base, answering their requests with new chassis designs and engines and industry first 2 stroke turbo for the mountains, and now going to introduce the Linx line to north America riders, its no wonder they are market share leaders, Polaris has been quiet so something is coming to answer for their costumers, as for Yamaha they will take the power steering system from the Grizzly and put it in their stolen chassis in the winder and Viper models with some new paint schemes and shiny stickers, Yamaha's snowmobile division must be working over time to please their dwindling costumer base, they need a break!!
     
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  16. number1kyster

    number1kyster TY 4 Stroke God

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    2018 SW RTX SE
    Good point. Do Adrenaline models still have non-rebuildable shocks?
     

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