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GSX800

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  1. George, give this a look for a start. It uses a Garmin Nuvi vs the Garmin Zumo that Ski Doo uses. The Nuvi has a larger screen than the Zumo, but it is not waterproof. It is really meant for inside of a vehicle. You can get the waterproof case for it. https://www.shopsledgps.com/product-page/copy-of-skidoo-gen-4-navigation-custom-options I’m still using the old Montana from my XS 1200’s that I bought used from a guy on QR. It works great, but I wouldn’t mind a 6” screen vs my 4” screen.
  2. We have two guys in our group running that track on their 900 Turbos. They have had no issues in 2500 miles. Tracks are both perfect. Sleds have not had any overheating problems in less than optimal conditions. They run Vespel sliders, so virtually no slider wear. They do not run scratchers. Across the lake in Saint Anne du Lac they were seeing 109 MPH on the speedometer.. The other two turbos in the group are both tuned, so not a fair comparison. The fuel usage seems to be about 1/10 - 2/10 more at the pump. They definitely hook up a bit better than the 1.25” equipped turbos. If it were an option on my Enduro, I would have opted for it.
  3. A little over 1300 here, most all on Tug Hill. First ride was late January. That was good, BAD and UGLY! I was thinking, there wouldn’t be many more of these rides if this was how it was going to be. Then came February, it turned cold, snow all over the state, crowds diminished considerably, trails turned into really good. Had some nice days out. Towards the end of February most of our usual Quebec gang trailered to Rochester. Yeah I know, that seemed weird leaving the Syracuse and Watertown area to go to Rochester. Rode from one of the guys home area down to Moravia for an overnight.. 150 miles and took all day. We had a good time though. It was just good to do a saddlebag trip.
  4. Seems as though a Biden line used during the debates was, he doesn’t have a plan., we have a plan. Hmm?
  5. Chris, you have to be counting your blessings that you did all that in the winter of 19/20. Imagine if you would have planned it for this past winter. I, like all on QR, enjoyed riding along.
  6. I just about spit my coffee out!
  7. Power tends to corrupt. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Case in point!
  8. An now Dr Seuss is a racist. Hmm. America must be very entertaining for the rest of the world.
  9. Wouldn’t be Casey Prisco’s boat in Port Ontario would it?
  10. If you’re drinking and driving in NY and you get lit up by the police officer behind you...you are screwed! I’m not aware that that has changed.
  11. You keep right. I’ll keep right. If you’re pushing through the corners, slow down. Thanks but no thanks for letting me know how many you have behind you. Keep both hands on the bars. Too many close calls that take your breath away these days.
  12. ^^^ I was thinking the same thing. Lol
  13. Not sure if they are open. 386 North of there and 63 going both East and West of the 386 junction is closed for logging this year so I would imagine not much traffic.
  14. Spent a night at Balbuzard back in 2015. Agree with Mike, one of the best meals we ever had.
  15. Gutz, thanks for posting this. The exact same thing just happened with my wife's 2016 900 Enduro. Yesterday we had a nice ride. Sled was perfect. I went out to the garage this morning to check things over, and the gauge was stuck on Air Suspension and Accel settings. You could not change any setting, and it wouldn't go back to the normal display. I disconnected power...twice, and removed the gauge...twice. Same thing. I'm thinking, great, a trip to the dealer. Googled the symptom and found your post. Grabbed the green key, and BINGO, it worked perfect. Thank You to a fellow QR!
  16. Hard to believe how thin the snow is at this time of the year. I hope the conditions improve so you can help those of us south of the border to keep our sanity. Stay safe and healthy and keep posting.
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