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Old 12-31-2017, 01:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Picked up the new ZR200 for the boy and so far im pretty impressed with it. had to adjust throttle cable like others have and I bout a pilot jet drill kit to get rid of the off idle hesitation(have not drilled yet).

This thing moves pretty good and I can see my 6 year old getting two to three years out of it before moving up. Pulls good and on wind blown areas of the lake with the snow real thin it bounces off the rev limiter it could pull more gear. Had his old 120 with GSX motor gears chain etc for comparison and the 200 has more top end and better hole shot.

I can see these things being a good seller for Yamaha and cat.
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Old 12-31-2017, 02:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My son is 9 and was riding his 120 yesterday. The handle bars are way too low. He has really outgrown the size of the sled.

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My son is 9 and was riding his 120 yesterday. The handle bars are way too low. He has really outgrown the size of the sled.

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can u please post after u drill pilot im very curious if that straightens it out
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can u please post after u drill pilot im very curious if that straightens it out

Yes I will just need to call rec motor sports and get a starting drill bit size hoping maybe this weekend. Its not that bad after initial warm up and the boy has been riding the piss out of it so I have not bothered with it but I am also curious.
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Yes I will just need to call rec motor sports and get a starting drill bit size hoping maybe this weekend. Its not that bad after initial warm up and the boy has been riding the piss out of it so I have not bothered with it but I am also curious.
You ever do this? I just ordered the kit.
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You ever do this? I just ordered the kit.

Yes im using the 50 drill bit size with much better throttle response may go up to 55 I also installed the adjustable main jet but didn't see much if any improvement on that. Still needs more gear. Kid is 6 so he is pretty light and any flat hard pack or ice he is on the rev limiter and im getting the belt to the top of the primary my marker line is all but cleaned off to the top of the primary. He loves this thing and his 120 had a rec motor gx ultimate kit on it so it wasn't a slouch. I have a 370 in the barn for his next move but might get the new Poo in a year or two?
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Yes im using the 50 drill bit size with much better throttle response may go up to 55 I also installed the adjustable main jet but didn't see much if any improvement on that. Still needs more gear. Kid is 6 so he is pretty light and any flat hard pack or ice he is on the rev limiter and im getting the belt to the top of the primary my marker line is all but cleaned off to the top of the primary. He loves this thing and his 120 had a rec motor gx ultimate kit on it so it wasn't a slouch. I have a 370 in the barn for his next move but might get the new Poo in a year or two?
Change your rollers in the primary - it makes a big difference.
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Change your rollers in the primary - it makes a big difference.
were did you get the rollers?
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were did you get the rollers?
Speedwerx sells them, Rec motors should have a few options too.
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