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Over the past few years Bombardier has been working at a ravenous pace doing everything possible to make snowmobiling the most exciting way to spend a day outdoors Now for 2003 their efforts will hit the sport like a bolt of lightning changing it forever The designer team at the bombardier factory have come up with a new way to enjoy the sport of snowmobiling They made several advances before but none as drastic and enjoyable as this The most incredible advancement is the way you sit on the machine This new relocation of the driver leaves you with a sense of comfort and ounce you drive it a sense of speed Now what is the Rev This is the question most snowmobile enthusiasts have been wondering The Rev is the new model in the 2003 SKI-DOO line up This new model was built brand new from the bottom up it features all new technology and styling which is different from the older models The objective of the Rev project was to build the best handling snowmobile one that was especially capable on rough trails In order to achieve this goal significant advances were made in Ergonomicsdriver positioning chassis rigidity mass centralization and front suspension With all this in mind the designer team did quite the job The main idea of the Rev platform is a new driving position 12-inches more forward than the position on current snowmobiles This makes the sled easier to maneuver and better isolates the driver from bumps From that ideal ergonomic position Ski-doo built the sled around the driver This was an industry first In addition to the radical new driving position there was some other improvements critical to the Rev Platforms design and handling Some of these other improvements are the pyramidal frame the response angle A-arm front suspension the steering over the engine and the weight deduction Since the MX-Z REV was to ride and handle
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