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O.K. HERE'S THE DEAL. SOLD MY 98 ZRT6 LAST SEASON (7000 MILES). I'VE BEEN SITTING ON THE MONEY TRYING TO DECIDE WHAT TO BUY. I'VE BEEN AT THIS GAME FOR 5 DECADES 150,000 TRAIL MILES, SO BUYING THE HOT NEW SLED FOR THIS YEAR IS'NT THAT IMPORTANT TO ME. I RIDE EXTREMELY HARD,BUT SAFE. F-CAT AND ZR9OO WILL NEED THE BUGS WORKED OUT, WHICH IS NORMAL FOR 1ST YEAR SLEDS. BUT I CAME ACROSS A DEALER WHO HAS A LEFT OVER 2002 ZRT6. I KNOW HOW TO SET THIS SLED UP TO DO EXACTLY WHAT I WANT. $6000.00 O.T.D. IT'S THE LAST OF A BREED. WHAT WOULD YOU DO ?

BEEN RIDIN MY WIFE 98 V-MAX

ENOUGH SAID
 

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the zr 900 is an awesome "bug" free sled...Don't be afraid...the f7 does have a few issues, but still awesome and only a few have had bad luck...
 

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2002 ZRT 600 is a good sled. Has all the bugs worked out and the power valves make a big difference.
It's no Firecat or ZR 900, but it's a great soild sled, I sure like mine.
 

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The ZR's and the Firecats will have better resale value. My local dealer had 600 and 800 ZRT, took forever to sell them. Just my .02 worth.
 
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