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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-09-2001, 09:38 PM Thread Starter
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I am thinking of buying a 2002 Artic cat ZR 600 EFI. Does anyone have any input to share with me that has ridden one already? I have a 2000 MXZ 600 with DPM right now. I like the front suspension better on the cat and I like the EFI better even though I have DPM for the ease of maintenance. Please let me know.

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I finally got a chance to ride mine this weekend. The sled is awsome. The throttle response is right there when you want it. I love the sled. the new coupled rear suspension works great. It keeps the skis down and helps alot for acceleration. I swear this sled is quicker than my 700 was on it's best day. I can't find anything to complain about yet. It is the most comfortable sled I have ridden in a long time. you will no be sorry if you go for this sled. In my opinion it was worth every penny.

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I have an '01, I think that its the greatest, besides I think that it´s not very much changes from the '01-'02.(I think)

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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-13-2001, 08:22 PM
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I think 02's EFI is supposed to be rite on the money perfect. Not sure so maybee someone can step in and say ya or niegh.

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I have a 02 ZR 600 EFI Cross country Limited Edition....Will it beat the 2001 Polaris 600 SP XC
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I just picked up my 2002 ZR 600 EFI CCE, and there wasn't enough snow to do much, but I really like the acceleration and it looks great. *I am not a big neon green fan, so the CCE was the only way to go. *We are getting snow now, so hopefully I can go for a blast this weekend. *Good luck this season-have fun! *Alhthough I don't race much, from what I read, the Polaris 600 XC is fast, and will probably beat the Cat by a little. *I think handling and trail condititions will give the Cat an edge, though, not to mention the rider!

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Do all of the 02 cross country ZR's have the adjustable footwells?

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post #8 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-11-2002, 10:12 AM
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I have an 01 600 le, been a good machine, the only real change on the 01-02 is the coupling blocks and the wide runningboard tunnel, and of course graphics.
Horsepower/ motor are the same.

I would buy another.

Not as fast as my buddies 01 edge x 600 though.

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I have a 01 ZR600 LE, has been a great sled. *No major problems. *I had to get the front arm shock replaced under warrenty last year.

I also added a D 'n' D clutch kit (a must for this sled)

Keeps neck and neck with a 2001 ZR800 and a 2002 MXZ600 ProX


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That is not all they will do it in 10 ft. these things are faster than a F14 tomcat.

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