Replaced mine last Friday at 950 miles-it had a 2" chunck missing out of it and there was quite a lot of wear on the sides. I never had a belt go bad on my ZL-I don't know if the belts are crappier or if the F7 is hard on them.
If you want a belt to last, get a 370 or 440 fan Seriously, these are really powerful sleds and if you can get a thousand miles of good performance, I think that's not too bad. I bought 2 at the Novi Expo and have yet to need to use the spare with 500 on the sled.
I have a little over 900 miles on mine . The last 525 miles
were put on in Vt in the last 5 days and I can hear a whining
sound It might be time fore a change. I have had no prob
with the sled and have not had the the updates done yet.
It is a f7 snow pro.
1000 miles. I just got it back from its checkup at the dealer and they gave the whole sled thumbs up. The track and chain tensioner were adjusted, lubed, new plugs, belt was ok but I have a new one ready. Moved my limiter straps to the 2nd hole last nite. Also moved the handlebars back about 2" so my [email protected] aren't sitting on the tank when I get forward :blink: .
This sled is awesome!
900 miles and took 2 lugs out of it but it was my fault. I was running high speeds on a lake with some snow cover and noticed rpm fluctuating four to five hundred rpm. Abuddy of mine disinegrated a brand new belt same day.
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