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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-12-2010, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2010 Nytro and wondering what skis are best to put on it? Its a Rtx-SE

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Depends what kind of riding you do most?
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Mostly trail riding and ditch banging.

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some people i know have switched to the oem mtn skis and claim positive results. all you need is the plastic bottoms, bolts and spacers. some like the c&a razors as well as usi's vx301's. i personally have no experience, thats just some of the feedback i have heard.
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Ya Right on I just starting to get ready for hopefully a another great season! I live in Minnesota and pretty much all trail riding and ditch banging. I have heard that the pilot 5.7 ski is pretty cheap and people say it works great. Has anyone heard about that?

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Does any have a clue? I just want to get a head start for the year!

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skis are like shoes. one size/brand/style does not fit all. in your situation, brand "A" might be the best ski available for your sled, but if your sled is not set up to run that particular ski, you will think its the worst ski ever. your buddies will be using brand "B" and raving about it, and you will use different carbides and hate those as well. there is no cut and dry this is the "best ski ever" for your sled, and a bolt and go wont happen. based on the cronies that hang with us, they like the mtn skis, oem from yamaha. cheap conversion, all your hardware will interchange. you need the bottoms, bolts and collars. then play with different carbides to suit your conditions and style. it will set you back less than $200. alot cheaper than any aftermarket skis.
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Thats all true! I just dont want to spend money that i dont have to! I have some friends that have Nytros and they love the pilot 5.7s. I just dont really want to spend 400.00$ if i will be just a satisfied with the stock ones.

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you can find used ones on craigslist or ebay for $100 or less for the whole setup.
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