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Is the block on the ZRT 600 the same as the ZRT 800's?? or would a ZRT 800 top end fit on my ZRT 600???

If they would fit, do you think it would be at all possible that my 600 heads would bolt on to the 800 cylenders, (want it to be stealth)
 

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Originally posted by Zert Man@Oct 16 2005, 12:43 AM
Is the block on the ZRT 600 the same as the ZRT 800's??  or would a ZRT 800 top end fit on my ZRT 600???

If they would fit, do you think it would be at all possible that my 600 heads would bolt on to the 800 cylenders, (want it to be stealth)
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no/no/no
 

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Originally posted by C-NOTEPLUSf503@Oct 15 2005, 11:46 PM
no/no/no
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Ok thanks,


Ive been triing to sell it but no one wants to buy the ZRT's any more, so looks like im stuck with it, so i want to get some more power out of it but dont want to but tu much money into it, got any ideas, I want to do alot more off trail riding than my ZRT will let me do
 

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The 700 big bore is a good kit for the 600. It will let you suprise the stock 800 triples. It may be pricey, but I've seen them go off ebay, somtimes pretty decent..

I know what you mean about the triple being hard to sell. I had a hard time selling mine 2 years ago. After I rode the big bore ZR I got ride of mine, but somtimes I wish I kept it for a spare. It was still one of the best sleds I had. If you need to sell it don't worry, there's an ass for every seat..
 

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Originally posted by user2@Oct 16 2005, 06:31 AM
The ZRTs are to heavy but the APEX which weights even more is selling.
Good ads and alot of mistruths...
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What who said anything about it not selling because of the weight???? :dunno:

O ya and the Apex is lighter than a ZRT there guiness :div20: there only 539 pounds, a ZRT is more than that Ill guarneetee it
 

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Originally posted by Zert Man@Oct 16 2005, 07:19 AM
What who said anything about it not selling because of the weight???? :dunno:

O ya and the Apex is lighter than a ZRT there guiness :div20:  there only 539 pounds, a ZRT is more than that Ill guarneetee it
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BS, yamahas weigh more than that, they accidently gain 30-50 pounds since weigh up for the ads. Its been proven over and over they weigh a ton more then they advertise. My zrt with pipes and a lighter can, a couple gallons of gas, full oil and coolant weighed in at 534 lbs.
 

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Originally posted by 81 Hydrostream@Oct 16 2005, 08:42 AM
The 700 big bore is a good kit for the 600. It will let you suprise the stock 800 triples.
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Now this is true...BUT....the bore is so close to the Orings that it will end up burning them and leaking within 500 miles or less.

I had one.
 

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Originally posted by user2@Oct 16 2005, 06:31 AM
The ZRTs are to heavy but the APEX which weights even more is selling.
Good ads and alot of mistruths...
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You know what, that is the key to Yamaha's success. I've been burned a couple of times on Yamaha dirt bikes, Yamaha must pay good the magazines extra. I've fallen for the "bike of the year" stuff a few times. I'm a Honda guy, but I've strayed and quickly got rid of the bikes, finding out the hype wasn't real.
 

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Originally posted by Zert Man@Oct 16 2005, 11:38 AM
Where did you get that info from??? :dunno:
Ive looked all over the internet for the wieght of my sled and cant find it
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Check www.nadaguides.com, has all the machine specs. The ZRT's

2000 ZRT 600 is the lightest at 517 lbs.
http://www.nadaguides.com/Values/ValueOpti...000130&Letter=A

Yamaha's web site claims 551lbs for the newest APEX
http://www.yamaha-motor.com/sport/products...34/0/specs.aspx
 

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Originally posted by DrWho17@Oct 16 2005, 08:04 PM
Check www.nadaguides.com, has all the machine specs. The ZRT's

2000 ZRT 600 is the lightest at 517 lbs.

Yamaha's web site claims 551lbs for the newest APEX
A mere difference of 5 Gallons of gasoline. You won't be able to tell the difference in feel.
 

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Originally posted by user2@Oct 17 2005, 08:11 AM
APEX GT 192 studs gas,oil 644lbs.
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Like I said, my 99 tcat, full weight sled...620 lbs at the race track with heavy asphalt track, 50lb track, that is nearly 20 lbs heavier than my snow track!!! The asphalt skis are no lighter than my C&A Pro skis. Sure it could use another 5 gals of gas, but still!!

Geez, people used to say Tcats were heavy!! :doh:

nay-sayers need :frech32:
 

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I agree, im a die-hard triple guy and im gonna keep my zrt until cat comes out with triples again. If they dont looks like ill be driving the old ZRT the rest of my life..
 
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