i think im going to be ordering a f6 and i was wondering if i should get snoprp or trail. i will be doing all trail riding so i think i should get the trail. dose anybody know the diffferences between the 2.
I am planning on ordering the new F6 and came across the same dilemma, sno-pro or regular suspension. From the research/info I found on this site, the Sno- pro suspension requires a significantly greater amount of maintenance. The rear shocks are constantly in need of attention, proportional of course to degree of riding, and are quite costly from what others have posted. I am speaking from what others have posted on this and other sites. Then there is naturally a stiffer ride. That is my .02. Hope this helps and good luck with the sled.
After riding a regular F-7 a fair bit this weekend I would say order the sno pro as its a bit on the soft side and definately needs the deeper track for any sort of decent traction in loose and or wet soft snow.
I would say that its less where you ride and more how you ride. If you like to stand up and play and have more low end hook up get a snopro. If you like to rail around corners the shorter track is better. If you pound the bumps get a snopro. If you want a better ride get a standard or a Sabrecat. JMO!
I had a Sno Pro F7. I'm getting a F6 standard and swapping the 1" lug track for the 1 3/8" lug. So, if anyone would like to buy/or trade my 1" track for a new 1 3/8" lug, let me know.
The 2004 Sno Pro rear suspension does not come with the cross-link. Reservoir shocks, only. There is a brighter light in the tach/speedo, duelly carbide runners, 9" drivers, new primary clutch, improved quieter track, new design coupler blocks, ignition coil mounted by the steering post, more sound insulation on the clutch cover and bellypan, and different profile rails. I think that is everything. I will check the notes from the dealer meetings.
well to be honest im not getting one but my dad is going to be buying it for me. hes says a f7 would be too much for a 14 year old which maybe it is. but now that we started riding up in new york r macines arent good enough for new york i have a zl 550 and he has a 600 sxr hes thinking about a rev. by next year my zl is going to be worth next to nothing and with acs no no no down thing he is considering buying me 1
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