Ski-Doo REV riders should all be familiar with the little black air deflectors found on most of the 2003-2007 REV models. Attached to the...

Ski-Doo REV riders should all be familiar with the little black air deflectors found on most of the 2003-2007 REV models. Attached to the top of the side panels on both sides, these little wind deflectors did a great job at helping to deflect cold air up and away from your knees and thighs.


Then the REV XP platform came out in 2008, and gone were the little wind deflectors. We rode them that way for a couple of years, but now we order the accessory “Knee Air Deflectors” right from our Ski-Doo dealer and install them on every one of our XP sleds. They only cost $19.99 for the set, and the hole locations are marked in the mold on the underside of the side panels. You do have to peel back the foam on the one panel, but it is no big deal. We even hand drill the holes so the drill bit doesn’t wander going through the soft plastic. Two holes per side, attach the deflector and install a couple of screws.


Since most of our riders are taller than the average bear we REALLY notice the difference. The tops of your legs above the knees will stay warmer, and they do not take away from the great looks of the XP chassis. We put them on every XP we get. Offered in both black (860 200 087) and yellow (860 200 088), under $20 for the pair.

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