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irREVerent

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irREVerent last won the day on January 16 2018

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About irREVerent

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  • Birthday March 22

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  • Location
    Huntsville
  • Main Riding Area
    North Muskoka & Almaguin
  • Club
    HGR & ADSC
  • Sled
    '18 'Doo MXZ Blizzard 900 ACE
  • Previous and/or Other Sleds
    '16 'Doo Renegade Enduro 1200
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    Too numerous to mention...or maybe I just forgot...
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  1. irREVerent

    2020 Ski-Doo's

    I'd buy a ticket to that event... And I agree, Denis...I prefer the look of the wider G4 as well.
  2. irREVerent

    2020 Ski-Doo's

    I'm curious about that as well...of all the XS Blizzards I've seen on the trails and parked at hotels the last 4 seasons (and that's a LOT), I can only recall a couple of 600 ETECs, and one 1200. All the rest were 900s.
  3. Blue 2012 Yamaha Kodiak 450 SE ATV. Very low mileage, and in excellent condition. Never worked, plowed or abused, everything works, no cracked or marred plastics, stock Maxxis tires are still excellent. Only 870 original kms, and has just been serviced, including oil & filter change and thorough inspection of all components/systems…needs nothing. Always garage-stored, and transported in enclosed trailer. Full-size power but with compact “footprint”, great for tight and gnarly trails (length 6.5 ft, width 43 in., ground clearance 10.8 in.) Includes following features: * Electronic power steering * Independent double-wishbone rear suspension * Limited slip front differential with push-button differential lock on handlebars * Selectable push-button 2WD/4WD * Shaft drive, with CVT (belt-drive) UltraMatic transmission (high & low range) * 3000-lb Superwinch & roller fairlead (with rocker switch on handlebars & wired remote) * Full running boards with foot pegs * Separate front & rear brake levers on handlebars (motorcycle-style) * Aftermarket 3-way tow hitch - works with ball (incl.), pin or tow loop * Aftermarket rear-view mirror (for use on public roads) * Digital gauge (odometer, time, speed, hours, 2 trip meters) * 12V power outlet * Waterproof storage compartment * Alloy wheels * Crinkle finish on front & rear racks Yamaha “ATV Country” large rear cargo box (see pics showing it on rear rack) also available for sale, either separately or with ATV. Has 3 separate, lockable compartments, lots of room for gear, and soft backrest pad. Easily installed on (and removed from) rear rack with hand-tightened rack clamps (included.) Asking price for ATV is $6,100, and for cargo box is $150, or $6,200 for both if sold together. Typical Yamaha reliability. Only selling it because it doesn’t get enough use. Not interested in any trades, and no tire kickers…serious enquiries only, please. Can be seen in Huntsville. Thanks for looking...please send me a PM if you are interested, and we can go from there..
  4. irREVerent

    Thank You Tatachikapika Lodge

    X 2...great people, comfortable accommodations, great food.
  5. irREVerent

    De-icing Hammer

    Having borrowed this compact little mallet with the soft heads several times on our Big Northern Loop in February, I can personally vouch for how effective yet gentle it is for knocking all the accumulated ice out of the tunnel after a day on the trails. It's nice to be able to start each day out without the "crunchy growlers" that often build up otherwise.
  6. irREVerent

    2018 SKIDOO MXZ Blizzard, 900 Ace For Sale MINT

    It was sitting in front of sledjunk's Vector, which is in front of your sled in the pic. This was the loop where we saw the lynx, on the trail while I was leading, remember?
  7. irREVerent

    Moonbeam Gas

    No, Moonbeam gas was still open when we rolled through 3 weeks ago. The closed one you're thinking of is Opaz at Opasatika.
  8. irREVerent

    Danger 4 stroke torque andlight throttle pulls

    X 3. I'm also sorry to hear about these incidents, but more than likely operator error involved, perhaps due to inexperience with the machine, and likely compounded by the use of muffs (perhaps incorrectly installed?). Similar to Mrs. IQ Turbo, I ride a 900 Blizzard, almost always in "Sport" mode (most responsive throttle) and have never had an issue with or without muffs on. Mrs. irREVerent also has same machine... again, she's had no issues. The only time I ever use the "Eco" mode is when loading onto (or unloading off) trailer.
  9. irREVerent

    Great riding in D7 & D8 this week

    Great pics, Dee...thanks for sharing them. Glad that you, Terry and Blake could join revrnd and me for part of our Tuesday ride.
  10. irREVerent

    Port Sydney conditions

    X 2
  11. irREVerent

    Revrnd's Adventures

    Glad you could join us, Blake.
  12. irREVerent

    Whole Lotta Lurking

    Your tinfoil hat must be getting a little tight...
  13. irREVerent

    After the snow n wind storm in Gaspe

    Yes, indeed...except we couldn't see as well as that pic indicates...
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