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Well, I cant wait to pick up my new F7 Efi SnoPro.I have never owned a Arctic Cat before,but from what I heard the sled "rocks".I am curious to know how the mileage was on last yr model? And is a pair Fly handlebars worth throwin' on the sled?
 

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by "Fly" do you mean...term used primarily in the 70's by people mostly of an urban lifestyle? if so, then NO! the best is all ready on there, enjoy.
 

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Originally posted by snojockey@Aug 31 2005, 10:04 PM
Well, I cant wait to pick  up my new F7 Efi SnoPro.I have never owned a Arctic Cat before,but from what I heard the sled "rocks".I am curious to know how the mileage was on last yr model? And is a pair Fly handlebars worth throwin' on the sled?
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Mileage is right around 11-12 mpg...some guys see more, some people see less....all depends on conditions...


Arctic Cats handlebars are the best in the biz, I dont know why people replace them with fly handlebars, but whatever floats your boat..
 

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people likely replace them for a personal preffrence and feel,and with a good aftermarket bar,durability.and add a lil height,fat bars work good for freestyle.so unless you plan on beatin on your sled,i wouldnt worry about it.
 

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Skip the flys and grab yourself an isovibe and enjoy. Perhaps a set of slp powder pro skis and hang on.

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glad to hear another person's coming over from the dark side... lol
as long as you like the "new school/dirt bike" ride you'll love it man. congrats!
oh and i got about 14mpg last year
 
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