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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-11-2005, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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I want to put a newer suspension in my 1997 mach 1 700 ski-doo. Right now I have a SC-10 suspension and was looking to upgrade it with SC-10 III off a 2003 REV. Has anyone ever done this before? Is it worth the extra money? And do I have to buy any special mounting kit or will it just fit right in? Anything would be great!
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-04-2005, 06:07 AM
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I'm not sure but I think the front arm is longer on an Rev , I just put a ScIII from my 02 ZX into my 98 FIII C/K, it bolted right in . But because we have no snow I couldn't tell you what the results are . I'm waiting for an Mbrp widening kit to install X piggybacks in the front suspension . I will measure the front arm on my Rev and see if the

SCIIIs are similiar and get back to you .

The front arms are the same length on my 02 skid (zx) and 03 (rev).
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post #3 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-05-2005, 11:37 AM
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Hey,
I do not beleive it is a easy process to go to an sc10III from a an SC10. I was told to stay away from it as a project. I would recommend the M-10 OR EVEN BETTER THE M-12.
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I am wanting to do the same thing to my 98 mxz 670, I have already bought the sc10 3 from a rev 600, so i am hoping i can make it work over the summer, my suspension has had its time, i have been told the front holes line up but the back need to be redrilled, i am going to get measurments from my friends rev 600 or 800 and hopfully make it work. any one else know anything please let us know, thanks
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hey,
also remember to measure from the drive axel, not just along the tunnel. hope this helps and let us know how it turns out.
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I am wanting to do the same thing to my 98 mxz 670,* I have already bought the sc10 3 from a rev 600,* so i am hoping i can make it work over the summer, my suspension has had its time, i have been told the front holes line up but the back need to be redrilled,* i am going to get measurments from my friends rev 600 or 800 and hopfully make it work.* any one else know anything please let us know, thanks
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let me know how this one turns out. I thought about doing that but I have no idea how the rider forward position from a rev will work in an sc10 suspension. I would be curious what you thought of the ride next season.
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let me know how this one turns out. I thought about doing that but I have no idea how the rider forward position from a rev will work in an sc10 suspension. I would be curious what you thought of the ride next season.
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Hello, Slightly different situation, but perhaps this information can help you some. Withe the help of Mr Gutz, and then some information gathering on the web I have successfully installed an 02 sc10 III rear end into my 1996 Formula III 600! I took the measurements to go from c-7 to sc-10. Then I moved the brackets forward 9/16" from there. Bolted in place, and once my dumb ### flipped the spring guides over the right way, the suspension works like a charm. Thanks Gutz! Good luck guy..

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post #8 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-03-2005, 07:19 PM
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i had my sc-10-2 in an s chassis,they will mount in the same holes as the sc-10.the sc-10-3 mount holes are a little farther apart.
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If you guys get this to work post some pics I would be interested to see how it looks and works. good luck
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post #10 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-27-2005, 09:29 AM
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Mine will be in Nov 12th. Already have all the new parts, just need the time and help to drop the old out and put the new one in.
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