The GTX moniker translates to “luxury touring” in Ski-Doo speak. All of the models are in the REV chassis and are heavily equipped for long-distance travel.

Top-of-the-line Limited machines include an upgraded shock package that automatically adjusts the machine’s ride height.

The standard 2+1 seat allows the machine to carry up to three people. Lockable, semi-rigid saddlebags offer a secure place to stow extra gear. Buyers can choose the 800 H.O. PowerTEK or 600 H.O. SDI engine.

Suspension performance of the GTX Sport has been upgraded thanks to a new shock package. The sled is available with either the 600 H.O. SDI or 500 SS powerplant. The Fan package is basic and includes the 550 fan-cooled engine.

Ski-Doo’s Legend Touring series uses its simple RF chassis and low-maintenance, fuel-injected, 4-TEC V-800 four-stroke engine. Its smooth power is ideal for casual snowmobilers. The machine sports plastic skis, electric start, reverse and mirrors. The Touring package adds a 2-Up seat with passenger handles, cargo rack and upgraded rear shock.

Front Suspension: RF; Shocks/Travel: Motion Control/6.3 inches; Rear Suspension: SC-4; Shocks/Travel: Motion Control (front), HPG (rear)/13 inches; Features: The upgraded rear shock offers better ride quality for 2-Up cruising.

4-TEC V-800:

This four-stroke engine is new for 2007. It gets a claimed 25 MPG and is EPA-certified.

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    great ski doo 2007 legend touring.good on gas.put snow thrashers in front studs in rear handles very good.when trail is rough front suspension is too stiff it will lift skis in front but learned to so it alot, bought in new


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