Mine are back ordered, did anyone get them done yet? And if so how are they?
I think that the 225 is conservative. Also, what setting are you running at???Originally posted by sledhead88@Jan 3 2003, 10:37 AM
This sled is setup for 225lbs or less. I too have yet to bottom out but when you add my leather suit and saddle bags this will definately bottom.
Don's Speed Parts, revalving (Slower) , springs (stronger), lookin at clicker resevoirs.Originally posted by redF5sp@Jan 3 2003, 07:29 AM
Who has your shocks and what type of set-up are you having them do the shocks?
I have the sno pro shocks on it, as well as the D&D adjusters I tried all settings with vidio tape and it was bottoming out on every thing, remember all the ads did they not say snopro suspension? I was thinkin Crosslink with clickers you?Originally posted by Tates@Jan 3 2003, 08:29 AM
Snowbilnd, I did install Black Magic Spring Adjust Block Kit.
It has 30% more preload on the back springs then the plastic stock blocks have. The item number 9228-10 for black
-20 for clear, and-30 for purple. These blocks are metal and not plastic so u wont strip the nut. I've always have had problems with my ZR s sagging, the F7 sno pro rear suspention and the blocks worked great and I weigh
255. I am still installing the heavy duty springs and shock kit. (when it comes in)
P.S. The number for Black Magic 1800 345 9543
Make sure the shaft that these blocks are on are welded good because ive heard some F7s need to be welded better
WOW.......sound's like( snow blind) should be racing with tucker and blair,Originally posted by Snowblind@Jan 3 2003, 07:43 PM
They call this a sno pro? NOT!! I have ordered and owned Limited Edition Cats and every one had a stiffer and better suspension then this! NO CLICKERS? All my others had them. That was the first thing I noticed when I picked up the sled No friggin Clickers?
Some guys ride, Few guys RIDE!!!! I'm talkin about trying 80ft tabletop 60Ft Doubles and hitting 4 ft bumps WOT! That's how I rode it first and why the shocks are Way too soft. Not to sound Pissed but I do My real hard riding on a track. That's where I can go crazy and nobody cares. I'm a 5'7" 155lb maniac on a sled.
I find the sled is nice for ditch banging and trail riding. I just hate slowing down because it will bottom out at 60mph on a little jump.
But I Really do like the sled just can't ride it for two more weeks.
Yes, I do race on the odd weekend, The 440 Sno Pro is made just for racing, timing, compression, fuel type required. no waranty $$$$$$$$$$$ So it is not a sled you just go for a ride on. I'm checking out to see if I can put clicker reserviors on the sled as well as the %20 shock and spring kit. By the way I had the chance to race Shawne Demarce, a kid that got a second to 7C in last years Canadian Champs pro series In BC and he kicked my ASS!Originally posted by Tates@Jan 3 2003, 09:06 PM
just buy a friggin sno pro already. these are consumer sleds, most of us ride hard but dont do table tops :wacko: